Christmas Lists

  • Post published:12/09/2010
  • Post comments:6 Comments

I have barely begun my shopping, but I admit that much of my shopping is done in the bookstore.  On the other hand many gardeners like to get plants – or gift certificates for plants to be used in the spring.  I did let a comment slip about how many new roses I’d like in the spring.

Fountains and birdbaths attract the birds, but they are also a beautiful ornament in the garden.

Of course some things wear out and need to be renewed from time to time. Gloves. Clogs.  What do you need or desire?What’s on your Christmas list? Plant society memberships?  Garden magazine subscription? If you want books be sure to comment on Monday’s post, and next Monday’s post, and the Monday after that. Storey Publications we love you for helping me celebrate my third blogoversary!

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  1. Carolflowerhill

    Great gift ideas Pat! Is this your blog anniversary? Where was the first photo taken? I would love to know for I want a living Christmas tree! Do you know what they are? The deer might just adore their tender shoots! Happy Blogaversary!!! I am so glad I was lucky to meet you this year. Many Many Happy Returns!

  2. Cyndy

    A gift certificate for Plant Delights Nursery or Swan Island Dahlias would hit the spot, and always gloves – there are never enough! Happy shopping and Happy Blogaversary Pat 🙂

  3. Pat

    Carol- I took all the photos at Shelburne Farm and Garden. Meeting you in the flesh was my great gift this year.
    Cyndy – I think I’d like those gift certificates too. And from Chamblees Rose nursery and Antique Rose Emporium.

  4. Congratulations on your blogaversary. I think I’d like those nifty Japanese secateurs I listed on my blog. Here’s to lots of traffic stopping by on my blog.

  5. Jennie Brooks

    love the fountains and bird baths in bright colors.

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