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Saturday, June 15, 2013

Cambria Nursery - A Favorite

Whenever we are in Cambria I could care less about shopping in town but I sure do love a visit the the nursery. It truly is a gem.

The have many demonstration areas that advertise their landscaping business. Yes, I will take this garden please.



Color is everywhere. And things just bloom so much brighter by the sea.


They have lots of fairy gardens on display.






                             Their shop is full of so much eye candy and fun things.



                               


24 comments:

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

Those chicken pillows ARE perfect for you!

20 North Ora said...

You do need those chicken pillows for sure! What a lovely place to wander around and drool!!

Judy

Kathy said...

Where oh Where is this little piece of heaven? I am pinning these gems into my boards. Thanks for sharing. I am your newest follower, Love your blog. Kathy

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

The chicken pillows are *so* you!!! :D

How much fun is this shop! Can you believe that I finally got my annuals planted on Thursday.

xo,
RJ

Merlesworld said...

Thats a pretty good nursery, I like the display areas you always get ideas in these places and lovely flowers.
Merle.......

Diana Schmied said...

How I would love to have a nursery like that to visit! The nurseries around here have become less and less distinctive, with less and less selection -- barely distinguishable from the plant departments at Lowes or Home Depot.

Susanne said...

I can see why you would love going there. I would too, so much to look at and to enjoy. We have a place called Corso's in Sandusky and they have all sorts of back yard pond ideas and the green house of course. I have not been there for awhile, but their gift shop is loaded with all kinds of pretties. Aren't those fairy gardens so cute, love, love, love them! I agree, the pillows are calling your name.
Susanne ♥

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

I can SO see why you insist on visiting that magical garden paradise!

Thanks for sharing!

Sarah Adams said...

Just gorgeous! Sometimes I think less is more, but more is beautiful!

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Beautiful nursery.
I love seeing all the flowers blooming at the nurseries. We recently found a mom and daughter 'home' nursery; but seeing how it is just the 2 of them...it doesn't have all the pretties. It just shows off the flowers and things.
I have loved going there to get our plants this year...though there is no eye candy. :)
I like the little extra touches this nursery has.
I can't help but wonder what is in those barrels? Something hidden maybe? pipes, machinery... are they rain barrels?

:)

Kris said...

Looks like a beautiful nursery! I love those pillows too!!!
xo Kris
PS The hens are all doing well.

Teresa said...

That is one gorgeous nursery! I would love to see one like that here.

martinealison said...

Bonjour,
Un coin réellement charmant et qui vaut bien le détour...
Merci pour vos merveilleuses photos.
Gros bisous à vous et bonne fête à tous les papas.
Gros bisous à vous et bonne fête à tous les papas.

Rachy said...

Wow! How beautiful is that!!!

Love the cushion :) x

Cindy said...

I love going to a good nursery that has nice display gardens. It really inspires me to try new things. You're lucky to have this one in your area.

Terra said...

My cart would be full if I visited that Cambria nursery. How charming to see a fairy church.

Michelle said...

When I was a kid a neighbor had a tiny fairy garden in her back yard. She had a walk way so you could walk around the yard and see all the hidden gems in between the flowers and bushes. She even had a little bridge over a small pond with a gnome fishing. That was about 40 years ago and I can still remember all the details. It was so lovely.

Susan Jackson said...

I see a lot of people agree with me...the chicken pillows are so cute. Thanks for the party.

Debra @ Homespun said...

Such a lovely place...sweet little fairy garden! :)

Last I looked at MINE the squirrel had been trying to either bury a peanut there or check out the acorns my grandson and I got out at my moms, lol! So much color and beauty in your pictures of this wonderful nursery! Get the pillow, what the heck :)

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest said...

Oh my gosh - I'm going to have to fight your for that garden :) So gorgeous! I don't know if I'd be able to stick to my budget in that store!

Stacey said...

Great place! I would be a happy camper there!

Our Neck of the Woods said...

It is so pretty there! I especially love the cute little fairy gardens.

Acorn to Oak said...

That looks like a magical place to visit! How fun!

Precious said...

I would love that nursery.

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