2015 Potting Bench and Patio

Decorating the Patio with Vintage Finds & Garage Sale Furniture www.organizedclutter.net
I am sitting back on the covered patio looking left at my little weathered garage sale outdoor table and chairs, antique dough riser with red geraniums, and outdoor throw pillows from Menards.  The pillow pattern matches my covered patio Adirondack cushions.  (Not like me to be that matchy!)


Decorating the Patio with Vintage Finds & Garage Sale Furniture www.organizedclutter.net
Those are vintage bottle caps attached with magnets to the dough riser for extra bling.

Annuals & Antiques on the Potting Bench www.organizedclutter.net
I didn't put TOO much on top of my potting sink this year, but in keeping with the fact that it is a potting bench, I stacked terracotta pots on the bottom shelf.

Annuals & Antiques on the Potting Bench www.organizedclutter.net
 I have been planting flowers since Friday.  We can have frost up until Memorial Day in northern Minnesota (and even past that occasionally), so it's always a busy gardening weekend for me.
Most of my perennials are still very small, and the flowering crabs are in bloom all around the neighborhood.  
I will be sharing more garden posts soon.  I think I may have less junk and more flowers this year for a change!





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10 comments:

  1. Bonjour,

    J'aime ce petit coin de jardin où une belle âme flotte...

    Merci pour le partage de vos magnifiques photos.

    ❀ Gros bisous ❀

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  2. Your porch looks so pretty. Sounds like you were very busy planting flowers. Don't work to hard and have a wonderful week.
    Mary

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  3. My porch is my project next week, and you have given me some GREAT ideas. I would love to know where you purchased the names of flowers sign!

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  4. wonderful bench and whole patio is lovely.

    blessings
    Barb
    PS love the green!

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  5. Looks like such a cozy spot. Love your potting bench!

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  6. I enjoy seeing what magic you may have outside. Can't wait to see

    Cindy

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  7. Love that dough riser and your green color choice!
    Everything looks nice!

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  8. Everything looks very nice. I to have a dough riser but never thought of using it as a planter. As another poster asked, I too would like to know where you purchased your sign with all the flower names, thanks!

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  9. I purchased the flower name sign at the Tattered Angel. https://www.facebook.com/thetatteredangelstore?ref=ts&fref=ts

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