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July 20, 2008

eliz @ 8:51 am #

I must have that brandy bottle. I don’t know if I’d put it in the garden, but I love it!

Pam/Digging @ 10:55 am #

I like to see folks having fun with their gardens. As always, I enjoyed your bottle tree and flowers, and I still remember the bowling ball story!

Robin Wedewer @ 6:04 pm #

Ah, some very good examples of whimsy. I’m not sure I’m on board with the bowling ball. But I will admit to making my own forest of Ents with faces on trees. And I just posted on Examiner about some cool flamingo stuff, so that’s all good.

Fun post!

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Anna @ 7:45 pm #

I never tire of seeing how things can be displayed in the garden. You’ve made it interesting and fun. I bet it looks just as interesting in Winter. Loved your friend’s garden too.

July 24, 2008

I had a flamingo like yours many years ago, but painters dropped a ladder on it. I loved it in all its tackiness. Your blue bottle plant is spectacular & just seeing the bowling ball reminded me of your post about it. You’ve inspired me to try to do more found objects (I have only reused glass chandelier shades), but then I have to consider your advice not to overdo it. There’s a thin line between whimsy & cheesy.

July 27, 2008

I love the shoe garden!

July 30, 2008

Nan Ondra @ 9:42 am #

A truly excellent collection of whimsy, Craig. A pink flamingo in your garden? I’m truly shocked – and delighted. And how fun to see that you have wonderfully whimsical friends as well. I apologize for taking so long to visit, but I greatly appreciate you participating in the Design Workshop again this month!

Lisa at Greenbow @ 3:43 pm #

I like your whimsy. It doesn’t appear that you have too much. I really like the bowling ball on the rebar. Does it swing in the wind? That would be a hoot. Your friend has even more things than I do. That says a lot to me.

July 31, 2008

Your whimsy post was a lot of fun, Craig – I had to leave a pair of heirloom concrete flamingos with my sister when we moved to TX – they’d already been repaired and that trip might have finished them off. Wish I still had them. When Felder Rushing came to Austin last year he brought his Featherstone flamingo along – you really do need one!

If you want to make your bottle tree sound more classy, Felder gives this genus the botanical name Silica Transparencii ‘Gaudi’ in his Tough Plants book.

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Liam Manchester @ 2:46 pm #

Looks like a lot of those statues are from They have many cool things for the garden. I own many!

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