These spring weekends have been so busy. I've had events on Saturday which leaves only Sunday for me to get everything done. Somehow I have managed to do some yard work and get some flowers planted. I have added a few fun things to my vintage container garden and I am always on the lookout for more!
I found this vintage chicken feeder at a yard sale this fall and was able to snag it for $5. I knew that I wanted to plant alyssum around the bottom. I have it sitting on an old metal step ladder in my favorite corner of the yard.
This metal wash tub has a faded red/orange color to it and this bright orange Gerber daisy was the perfect flower for it. I might still plant something else around it.
Having a log planter has been on my list for awhile now. I mentioned it to my brother in law and he was quick to make me one. It's a little small, but I love it anyway. It has pink geraniums and orange violas.
Now I want these lining both sides of our driveway. That's going to take a lot of flowers and we better start collecting logs now!
I made this tiered planter years ago and had all of the terracotta planters painted white. After being out in the weather, it has aged to perfection and I love this look better than the original. I have pansies planted in this.
One of Cody's Christmas presents last year was a street sign. Our driveway is long and can be hard to find if you aren't paying attention. A custom made, double-sided street sign now hangs proudly out front on one of the light pillars we have on each side of the driveway.
Hope you are enjoying Spring!
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