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Odd Places to Garden

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It might be fun to explore the oddest places that people have seen a garden.   I would imagine there would be some very interesting and kooky places.   I thought while it is raining outside and I am in here at the computer I would look at some of the various places that gardens were planted at the recent Canada Blooms event.  There was the hydroponic display of lettuce, a bicycle basket, a lovely wicker basket, perhaps a rooftop, how about in the trunk of your car, upon an easel, in a fancy red Radio flyer or maybe a little red wagon.   I thought it was fun. 

Mosaic Monday is a fun meme hosted by Mary at Dear Little Red House.   I will be there.    Valerie

Comments

Love the garden in the trunk of the car, so cute. Wonderful mosaic Val. Enjoy your week. hugs, Jen.
Hi Val
Love the picture frame garden.
Judith
Bernie said…
What a great topic. It's amazing the ideas that people come up with and yet it seems to work when filled with plants. Who would think of filling a car boot with flowers?
Vee said…
I like these ideas. I do garden in a bike basket, in old boots, once tried a stack of old tires, but didn't like the look. Worked sort of like raised beds, which was nice.
ellen b. said…
So many fun ideas. For me the challenge is to choose the right plants that I will not kill off.
Have a great week Valerie!
Shelia said…
What a lovely spring mosaic. Love the flowers in the little red wagon.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)
Carol said…
These are fun, so creative! Really enjoyed this mosaic!
Jill Harrison said…
some people are so creative in their gardens. Thank you for your lovely mosaic of wonderful ideas. The sun is shining, I think I had better go and weed my garden.
Thank you also for coming over to my blog - sorry you missed out on the souffle and pizza!
podso said…
What a gorgeous mosaic! So creative, bright and cheerful!
EG Wow said…
This is a really fun mosaic, Valerie! So many great ideas.
Rajesh said…
Beautiful mosaic of fabulous gardening ideas.
Naturegirl said…
At first glance I guessed that these were taken at Canada Blooms! Thank you for giving me a peek. I usually attend this annual event..but this year I was in the desert as you know!Happy week to you!
Lynn said…
Inspiring mosaic, Val. I love the garden in the bike basket. So cute. I'm so glad spring has sprung. Thanks for sharing your pretty photos.
~Lynn
www.cottageandcreek.com
Jenni said…
I think the bicycle basket is my favorite :) Pretty mosaic!
Jackie said…
Morning, great mosaic. What great ideas for different container planting. Jackie in Surrey, UK.
Snap said…
what a fun post. i need to find some *interesting* containers instead of the pots I use! happy Monday~
This looks lovely. Hope to see you at My Dream Canvas! Have a great week ahead.
Pondside said…
Very cute!
I have a garden bed built into an old bench and one in a coal scuttle.
I love all these photos! I think the wheel is really interesting, as well as the car trunk. Great post! XOL
Georgianna said…
What fun, Val! I can definitely see the wagon and bicycle in our garden but the others I would have a hard time convincing D! I'm back and catching up. Hope you are well and have a super week. – g

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