Bless the Blooms

In my backyard by a old dying birch tree, I set up an outdoor vignette, mostly in neutrals and foliage plants.

 Remember my Shabby Chic crosses from Easter?  They are made from a vintage level (tool) and vintage door knob plates.  For garden use, I put a thin metal rod in one end as a stake.





A couple old half barrels filled with sweet potato vines, bacopa, creeping jenny also topped with a galvanized pail planted with pony tail grass,

 Flank my recent old barn door purchase.  

(I am so happy I got this door) 

The door is attached to the tree so it doesn't blow over.  A simple grapevine wreath hangs over the window.



My framed lobelia is close by hanging from the birch tree.




Kind of a serene spot in my Organized Clutter life!















17 comments:

  1. Just beautiful - I love neutrals and whites :-)

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  2. Simply awesome Carlene! I'm glad you got that door too :-)

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  3. Beautiful, love your yard art and the trees.

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  4. It would be heavenly to tour your garden in person. So many clever and inspiring touches. That door is great, and I've loved that framed Lobelia since the first time I saw it. laurie

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  5. I'm so happy you bought the door too! It's a keeper.

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  6. It looks like something for an outdoor wedding.

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  7. Just when I think I've seen it all, you amaze me again. I love the door!

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  8. It's beautiful! The framed lobelia is awesome as well!!

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  9. So lovely and tranquil. I love the framed flower, what a cool idea!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  10. Looks good! I love The door and pretty Lobelia hanging in the frame. great idea.
    ~Clara

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  11. This is soooo gorgeous!!! Love the crosses and the way you made them. That old door is a showstopper. Pop over for a visit to Cloches and Lavender and follow along

    Cynthia

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  12. This is simply fantastic. I LOVE the fact that it is in neutrals -- really an eye-catching display and that door is over-the-top fantastic. What a good eye you have for outdoor decorating! You know I already LOVE the framed pots! That's how I think I found you in the first place :)

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  13. What a gorgeous farm style garden vignette. It looks simple and perfect!

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  14. I have 2 old barn doors that have been laying out back that I scored from a friends farm. I just haven't decided what to do with em. You gave me an idea!! You should link this in my DIY Showcase Link Party I cohost every week!

    Shelly
    minettesmaze.blogspot.com

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  15. Very pretty! I really like the color scheme and the way the plants look in the buckets. That door is fabulous!!! Exactly what I've been looking for! Love the idea of framing the pot of lobelia too - so cute! Nice place to hang out and think. Hugs, Leena

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  16. Oh my friend, I am drooling over that barn door! Everything looks so pretty. I have neglected my yard slightly this year. Especially with being gone so long. Can't wait till my trees are big enough to hang things from. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  17. Love the old door in the garden! What a beautiful yard you have. I'm visiting from Funky Junk. I'd love it if you would share this at "What We Accomplished Wednesday," at Green Willow Pond, if you care to. It is live Tuesdays at about 6:00 EST. Have a great week!

    Deborah

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