Tuesday, April 6, 2010

~ Garden Wire Whites~


Hi Friend's,
I'm joining in on the fun over at
~My Romantic Home~ For "Show and Tell Friday" Hosted by Cindy. And I'm also joining in on ~ White Wednesday~ Hosted by Kathleen over at Faded*Charm.
Today, I have two white painted French wire Victorian plant stands. They do make reproductions out there so be careful if your planning to buy vintage. We have arrange seculants and geraniums, on these wonderful stands.
The plant stand on the top of the post is a treasure we found at Matildas Mouse. a barn sale about 45 minutes from the house. I like the fact that it has several different little shelves to place pots and moss in all the different area's.
Thanks for taken a peek at our little treasures...Julian

35 comments:

  1. Your planters are wonderful!

    Jeanine

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  2. Hey Julian,
    Love the wire plant stands... I like the top one and the little area under the lower archway... cute!
    Thanks for your kind comments :-)
    Bella

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  3. Julian,
    Thanx for your comment on my Antique weekend pictures. I looked up your blog. I love your header.I love your dogs!!! I too have a Westie. and she is my heart. (she attended the antique weekend too) She turned 4 in sept 16th. look up my post on my blog on that date. I dressed her up up for the occasion and took pictures. she is a hoot!. anyway thanx for your comment :)

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  4. I LOVE your white plant stands. I have never seen one like the in the first picture. I would have bought one like that too:)
    ~Debra
    Blog; Capers of the vintage vixens

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  5. Cool looking plant stand, it does hold a lot of plants. Very nice.

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  6. Hi Julian, love the white wire plant holders. Thanks for your comment last week. I'm off now to paint a metal hanging basket white, inspired by your post, keep smiling. Angela@mousehousetales

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  7. How pretty. So delicate, yet does its job! Your dogs are just precious. Are they Cairn Terriers? We had a wheat color Cairn named Emma. She was so sweet.

    Be sure to drop by AtticMag this week and register for our Giveaway!

    Allison

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  8. what a wonderful planter! so sweet and perfect for spring! :)

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  9. These are soo lovely..wow..enchanting! beautiful photos..gorgeous!
    kiki~

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  10. These are amazing, just love them. I think the top one has my name on it! Glad you all were OK after all the shaking last week. That must have been a little scary.
    Debra

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  11. Love the plant stands, I'm always on the lookout for those. You have them filled just perfectly.

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  12. Hey Miss T. I'm so glad I found you this morning. You are so good in the garden. I wish I was, I try but nothing grows. I think it's the water.

    come visit
    cindy@stitches

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  13. Ciao Julian! Finally I'm back to visit you! Two very long days at work! I see Spring has already been very generous in your garden!!! Your plants stands are gorgeous! My garden is so little and already so filled of plants and stuffny...I cannot buy anything else!!!
    Enjoy beautiful and sunny days!
    Vale

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  14. Hi Julian! Those are wonderful! I cannot wait until it's warm enough here to plant flowers. Happy WW, Theresa

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  15. Those are so nice! Welcome spring! Thanks for sharing :)

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  16. love these! I'm still on the lookout for a vintage trellis for my barren backyard - it's in need of some serious shabby!

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  17. I love your vintage plant stands! I have recently started looking for one to add to my back patio.

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  18. Love the plant stand, it's just beautiful. But more than anything,I love those sweet,adorable little doggies. They are sweeties. Happy VTT, have a wonderful weekend.

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  19. Oh, your plant stand is wonderful, and it is vintage not a reproduction. Nothing like these vintage pieces to charm up a patio! Love them. Have a great VTT!

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  20. LOVE those plant stands. Especially the first one. In fact, it's just what we need for the wedding. Don't you need to take a little road trip to OK.!? Be sure and load it in the back of the car. :)

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  21. Oh, these are so pretty. How I wish I would find one for a song!! Beautiful way to display flowers and plants.

    I found your blog over at Linda's Thrifty Tuesdays and I'm so glad that I did. I signed to follow and will be back often.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  22. Gorgeous! I've always wanted one of those!!!

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  23. Hi Julian ... Funny thing ..I've been outside digging in the dirt and I just came in for a little brake ..turned on the computer and went straight to your blog ... So I just saw your beautiful plant stands .. I was just putting some pots on one of my stands before I came in.. they are 'nothing like yours' ..but I still felt a nice connection to you ... Your gardens are "amazing" and you inspire me so much.
    Thanks ...Betty

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  24. Great plant stands! They are really sought after and you have TWO! Nice finds. Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  25. Beautiful! I love these wire plant stands ... I don't find them often, but when I do ... they are far out of my price range : ( ... so, so pretty!

    xo
    Jill

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  26. Ooooh, I love those wire planters...I've been wanting one for some time, but haven't found one at a price I can afford. The rose you asked about it a David Austin, I believe it's Eglantine. Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

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  27. Ohh i love those. I am so crazy bout plant stands. *sighs* I inherited some from my abulita and ive never quit collecting them since. Thanks for your encouragement.

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