Saturday, February 23, 2013

Nursery Love

 Last weekend we went to a favorite nursery. It is a creative lovely place. This little house is set on the grounds. Love the green roof.


This would be a perfect playhouse or garden shed.


The shop carries many delights. Love those old chicken prints. Way out of my budget though.


 Just adored the succulents in the old barrow. We have one right now we are using as a sandbox but I can see this in its future.


Then down the road for a country drive. It was so green and lush. Can't wait to go back. I love to take this country road to a little farm to buy preserves and baked goodies. It was closed this day so I will have to share another time. It is a real treasure.


43 comments:

  1. I'm dreaming of sunshine and gardens and flowers and succulents, I feel closer to summer while looking at this awesome nursery!

    Mary

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  2. What a pretty nursery and view on your way there. I love the idea of succulents in the wheelbarrow. Thanks for sharing!!

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  3. What a lovely place to visit!

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  4. What a gorgeous little house. If it was in my garden, it would be a chicken coop! :D x

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  5. What an adorable little house...the trip to the nursery must have been such fun....

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  6. Nice and warm! Love your photos!

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  7. That little house is like a small enchanted castle :)

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  8. Oh I'm loving the scenery!
    Thanks for the tour.

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  9. That house has won my heart - it seems to be right out of a fairy tale!

    Thanks so much for joining in this week!

    xo
    Claudia

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  10. That little house is unreal. How fun. I love wonderful places like that. Hugs, Marty

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  11. Such adorable little houses! And looks like a fun place to visit. Would love to follow you on facebook. Visiting from top shot and think your photos are lovely!

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  12. Wow! What a special place and great photos for WTS ^_^

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  13. Sounds like a wonderful way to enjoy a hint of spring.

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  14. I miss going to the nursery this time of year, snow on the ground here!
    Looks like a wonderful little place.

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  15. I am so looking forward to the sun coming out, the temperature rising and trips to the garden centre to buy plants and flowers! Just can't wait! Joan

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  16. What a sweet place to visit- I am so jealous that your weather is good enough to do that- xo Diana

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  17. So charming! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. I would love to go shopping there! What an adorable little playhouse. I bet your daughter loves it too.

    Big Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  19. That garden center looks magical. xo

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  20. That little house is arable. We are already having spring like weather off and on here in south Texas. I get out and work in my yard every chance I get!
    Blessings,
    Lorilee

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  21. I just came over from Mockingbird Hill when I saw the little thumbnail photo of your Favorite Thing. There is no mistaking photos of Cambria Nursery and Florist!!! I live in Orange County, and go up to Cambria every chance I get. No trip is complete without a stop at this nursery. I also love Garden Shed and Grow, but Cambria Nursery is just lovely. I could live in Cambria, and may retire there.

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  22. That looks like such an awesome place to visit. I love when succulents are planted in all sorts of containers. It's so charming!

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  23. That little house caught my eye. What a magical, little place!

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  24. How cute! Where is this Elaine?
    xo Kris

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  25. really beautiful images!!!
    ~Linda

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  26. That shed is so cute! I could easily see it as a Woman Cave. Cheers!

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  27. Love this nursery. I wish we had one around here.

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  28. That is really cute...where is it? I know you don't live too far from me...I'd love to visit! Have a wonderful weekend!!

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  29. I love the wheel barrow filled with succulents. I did much the same with a large container last summer. With our hot dry summer it did great. Now, if I can find an old wheel barrow.
    I loved this post.
    Balisha

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  30. Oh love those pics. So lush and green. It's giving my the planting bug.

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  31. that last view is my kind of view. awesome shot!!! ( :

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  32. What a magical creative place...it must have been a great visit there! Love your photos and I like the wheelbarrow of succulents too. Would like to plant some kind of container of them this year!

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  33. Love the nursery. That little house is so adorable! I'd love to have something like that in my yard.. and oh all those treasures for sale..Your photos were beautiful. Thank you for sharing them :)
    Robyn

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  34. Lovely sequence of shots....looking forward to spring since we have 3-4 inches of snow on the ground here in Chicagoland♫ Happy week-end♥ My Top Shot effort: http://lore-eleven.blogspot.com/2013/02/tic-tac-toe-skyscapes.html

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  35. What a neat nursery.
    the little house looks enchanted!

    I was just thinking the other day, succulents for the wheel barrow. My strawberry plants didn't survive in there... but I bet succulents would.

    Pat

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  36. What fun... such a lovely series of images... Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #71!

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  37. What a charming little house. Thanks for sharing. I love the containers too.
    I hope you'll drop by to see My Daughter's Master Bath Redo - #83 at Met Monday.

    Allison
    Atticmag

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  38. What a cute and cozy place! Thank you so much for participating and sharing it at SHOW-licious Craft Showcase Party!

    Marti
    http://sew-licious.blogspot.com/2013/02/saturday-show-licious-craft-showcase-21.html

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  39. This made me want to go to a nursery so badly - we are still in the throes of winter here! That little house is precious. Hope you can stop by the enchanted oven for some baking fun.
    xo,
    Lisa

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  40. Now that is a gorgeous nursery! I think you have us readers still in the throes of winter, green with envy! And speaking of green, that last photo has me practically drooling. I not only miss green landscape so badly, but I miss California, too! It's sooo beautiful.

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  41. I love the pop of green in every photo . . .

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