Red and White Outdoors

Hi everyone!

I have a little thrifted treasure to show you but, I also wanted to share some pretty pictures of a little greenhouse we visited which has a lot of red and white happening throughout it.

First my treasure. You know I love trays but, I have no wooden ones! Amazing huh? Now I do! I picked up this pretty wood fruit tray for $1.00. I am not doing a thing to it. I like it just the way it is!




As you can see, it was originally $2.99 at SA.



While we were camping we visited a little greenhouse. This greenhouse was in the back of the owners house. She had some cute areas with flowers throughout her yard and so I thought I would show you them. Isn't visiting smaller greenhouses the best place to get ideas for your own yard!

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I loved that she had flowers growing in the cracks as well as weeds.

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26 comments :

  1. I love, love, love that tray, Diann! I love red and white...It's so cheerful and you can do so much with it! I am glad you enjoyed your visit to the greenhouse! Sending good thoughts your way, Karen

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  2. No wooden trays? How did that happen? Now you have one and it is very cute. Glad you aren't going to change it. Great garden and green house you visited. Love all the pot groupings.

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  3. Wow....what a beautiful place that little greenhouse was and what great prices!!!!!! Just perfect!

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  4. Beautiful gardens! And a cheery tray to boot! Thanks for sharing--Jacqueline

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  5. What a great little property to visit. That wooden tray was quite the bargain! Good find!

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  6. Your tray is charming! And what a lovely garden, so pretty!

    Happy Rednesday,
    Sally

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  7. Cute tray, don't think I would do anything with it, either. Great price! Why can't they put those nasty little price stickers on the bottom of things?
    I love going to a small nursery, they have better plants and prices, usually. I like that old water pump in one of the photos.

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  8. I like that tray, Diane..it matches my kitchen as I have afruit motif.

    The garden you visited was very pretty! I loved all the different decorative containers they had.

    Happy Outdoor Wednesday!

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  9. Oh I love it!!! THe Well is my fav.

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  10. Nice tray find. We can never have too many. Looks like a great nursery.

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  11. There's so much character in all those different plantings. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. That's some serious gardening. Just lovely, too.
    Thanks for sharing your cute new tray with us! Enjoyed your pics.
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  13. What original containers! I can imagine how they would inspire anyone to go home and plant more flowers.

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  14. sweet tray.. sweet price too! Can't beat a bargain.. I wouldn't do anything to it either. I love your garden area..the well, the black pot and the water spicket out there is neat and I love the birdhouses. Thanks for sharing all the wonderment's..Mica

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  15. That tray is absolutely adorable. My goodness I can't get over that it was orginally 2.99..lol.

    I too love visiting small nurseries. Hubby and I when we are out for a cruise will stop and visit. Like you, I get so many wonderful ideas.

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  16. I'd have picked up that wooden tray also. It's really pretty. I can't imagine their sale lasting very long at those prices.

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  17. Love your new wooden tray! What lovely little garden areas at the greenhouse! Especially the container gardens. Love the huge black kettle filled with flowers. Can you just imagine how heavy it is!

    ~ Tracy

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  18. That's a darling tray. I wouldn't touch it either. I like to shop at most independent nurseries and yes, one gets great ideas there. Happy Rednesday!!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  20. That's a great tray. Glad you are keeping it as is.

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  21. yay..such lovely photos..lovely blooms..and sweet nuthatch having a snack! that's a really great find..the tray is fabulous..gorgeous! You are awesome!!
    Kiki~

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  22. Great tray Diann, and you sure can't beat that price! Thank you for sharing the pretty flowers and charming garden accents. Glad you had a good trip. laurie

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  23. good deal on the tray. the flowers are beautiful.

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  24. What a pretty garden! I love the big hanging pot! Have a good rest of the week :)

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  25. I can't resist a cute tray! Love yours! And what a bargain. Thanks for showing the flower photos. It's always nice to see other's ideas. I'm intrigued by the PVC pipe with petunias.

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  26. A cute little yard, indeed! Glad you're keeping the tray as is - it's pretty!

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