Monday, December 30, 2013

Topiary Pots in the Snow

Alberta spruce clipped into a three ball standard.

Our topiary pots have found a new home by an old shed for the present, but I am itching to use them to get started on the layout for a new knot garden... any fair day now...

These plastic terra-cotta colored pots look nice but can stay out in the snow all winter without fear of breakage.


Hope you are snug in your cozy home for the end of 2013!
~Julie

12 comments:

  1. I am pleased to see the transformation that you will do in this new garden.

    I wish you a very happy 2014

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    1. Thank you Francoise! Happy New Year to you!
      ~Julie

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  2. You will have so much fun designing your new garden, will you start again or is there some planting already there that you like?
    Wishing you and your family a Happy New Year in your new home!

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    1. Thanks Pauline! There are some wonderful mature trees, but not much for plantings. We will be making some drastic changes at the beginning in layout - even changing where the front door is. It will be a lot of work, but very worth it I think. :)
      ~Julie

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  3. I'll be you are just dying to get on with your new garden plans. Wishing you, your family and your new garden all the best for 2014!

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  4. yay!:) cant wait to see your beautiful designs come to life!:) Happy New Year!!!:)

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  5. No fair days here right now just a lot of snow. I wonder if you are getting this storm too. Happy New Year.

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  6. A very Happy New Year to you Julie and to your family. Looking forward to seeing your new garden as it unfolds. Christina

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  7. I love your new house, Julie. Can't wait to see what you do with the garden. A knot garden sounds so Elizabethan England to me -- lovely! Wishing you a very happy New Year and joy in your new home. P. x

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  8. I do love topiary, and I love that you have yours in pots. I may try that this year. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  9. I bet that you are very excited about the upcoming gardening season! I can't wait to see what you are going to tackle!

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