We spent Saturday morning at Martin Viette. The visit was so much better than their website!
I loved this green-roofed shed, it looked healthier and happier than the one we saw at Rodale. (Which I didn't mention in my post about Rodale, because it looked like crap.)
These are adorable garden whimsey, that I wish I could make, but they look too involved for me. All those nails in all those little sticks? I see total frustration there. So, I'll just enjoy the pictures.
This is the shed that I want in my yard. I think I need a new yard to put it in though.
Anne in the background, Black Knight Butterfly Bush in the foreground. I bought this puppy. =) And the tiny touch of crocosmia lucifer in the lower right? Yeah, I bought some of that too. Also, a yellow crocosmia, whose name I've forgotten.
Grown-up-sized garden whimsey. Don't you want a giant apple to curl up in? At ten thousand dollars per apple, this is something else we left behind. =(
These chairs were painted for charity, which I'm sure was totally worthy, but we didn't buy them anyway. Just more pretty pictures to look at.
This little bell thing is neat, and, if I can find my childhood brass bell collection, is something I would try to make... I think I actually have my box of bells here in the basement, remind me to take a look for it.
Sunday we went to the concert-on-the-green. I brought the two dogs that I'm sitting for, Shadow and Wilbur.
They really were good dogs, for the most part!
Not a pet, but it hung out over our heads for most of the performance...
A local character. I don't know who he is yet, but every Sunday, he puts his chair waaaay up front, in the middle of the field that the kids play in, and just watches the show. =)
And we came home to this guy on the door. Any ideas what kind of moth this is?