Monday, April 13, 2015

Our Garden show up front!

Rice Paddy snail shells planted with succulents. My words of wisdom are never walk barefoot in a rice paddy.

Wheat grass and spike moss! Love that green!

A hand painted chicken chalkboard from a local Battleground artist.

And a hand painted sign from Sara, my daughter. She will graduate in June and I feel so excited for her. So now you have seen both of our booths and I hope it tempts to you to come shop.  The show goes on until June 10 so you have some time. I restock ours daily so it really changes. Why you could come more than once.......


Our booth in back. The European bench is stunning and is a true one of a kind. If it does not sell I know right where I will put it:)

The vintage architectural scroll piece is not for sale as we use it at all the shows we do. I always am on the lookout for pieces to sell.

A pulley with two planted buckets bursting with hostas and geraniums.

The large ostrich ferns are always popular!

Peter Rabbits lost coat and slippers with a wise quote "Listen to your Mama" garden stake! So try and make it to this show as it is amazing and so varied. It changes daily as the vendors try and keep it full and neat (I have two booths!). Then get outside and garden!

Monday, April 6, 2015

The Garden show is coming!

The long awaited garden show at Monticello in Portland opens this Friday at 8:00 am!  Here are a few sneak peek pics of what we have in our display. It is certainly not finished but I have plenty of time -Ha!
The most incredible thing we have is the European cement bench with lion legs and pillow tuffting on the back. It is quite the one of a kind thing that people come to the show looking for. It is certainly the heaviest thing at the show! I will post pictures when the display is done. So get down to see what all the fuss is about. I know Monticello will be posting some sneak peeks too so visit their blog to see more. Tired but happy. Instead of having lunch like most of the other dealers, Bob and I went and bought a mid-size John Deere tractor with a mower to cut all our pastures. Sweet little machine to make this place sparkle! More soon.. Mary