Tuesday, February 2, 2010

gardening on the brain...






ok, i am not trying to "force" he he the issue here but aren't we all ready for spring?
here is a preview of what is coming to red ticking in the next couple months... i couldn't wait to show you..

36 comments:

La Maison Fou said...

I was just watching Man shops the globe show, there were these garden chairs ........

Leslie

Robin said...

I've been bitten by the garden bug also, can't wait until all this snow is gone so I can start digging!

The yellow benches are amazing, so are the urns.

flwrjane said...

Yes I love the chairs. Yes I love the vessels. Yes I love the spring. Bring it on.

chair up said...

Love it all but those urns are my favs.
Angex

Ivy Lane said...

LOVE the chairs.. I would re-paint in yellow and make some great cushions..... ahhhhaaahhhh...spring... I was just out re-filling my frozen bird feeders for the cardinals... can't wait to get my hands in the dirt again in the back yard!!!

Nikki said...

I'm worried we're still going to have a cold snap. I already saw some cherry trees blooming. We're well on our way!

La Dolfina said...

Love your stuff!!

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

love all of it....

Velva said...

Yes, we are all ready to Spring! I think what is coming to Red Ticking looks delightful.

Beach Vintage said...

Yes please yes please I will take all of those yellow chairs. Stunning.

sarah-jane down the lane said...

Wow those stone urns are divine...I wonder what the postage would be! Tee hee.

Thank you for your lovely comnment,

Sarah x

idémakeriet said...

Yes we are all ready for spring, but we have to wait a while.
Mother nature is not ready yet.
Very nice things you showed, want to have!
By the way thanks for visiting my blog.
Hugs Gerda

Doug said...

Great accessories - and for sure, I'm ready for spring! I'm rebuilding my own garden design right now and these large containers (or similar although I prefer really big clay pots) are going to find a ready place in the new design.

NYCLQ said...

L*O*V*E the chairs!! and SO desperately need new ones for our patio! I hope I can find some treasures as fab as yours when I go thrifting for them!!

:D Lynda
http://nyclq-focalpoint.blogspot.com/

Cozy Little House said...

You and me both, girl! I TRULY have gardening on the brain every single day.
Brenda

OceanDreams said...

I love all of these photos, very inspirational! Spring should be here even sooner! Thanks for stopping by my blog. ;)

preppyplayer said...

I can smell the dirt already!

Parisienne Farmgirl said...

I just blogged on the need for dirt too...and, yeah, I am gonna need those yellow chairs!
I just found your blog and am adding it to my sidebar, can't wait to see your garden.

Jennifer said...

I love everything here!

Kathysue said...

I just bought some new bright pink flowers for pots on my porch. We have had a couple days of sunshine but now it is back to the rain. I just smile when I see a pretty bloom or the new fresh green on the hills. I am soooo ready for Spring,it is by far my favorite season!! Love all of the pots for plants, they all have such great shape and patina, green will look wonderful in any of these, kathsyue

Jacqueline said...

I love it all. Those yellow distresed chairs, the pots and the urns...gorgeous.
I am SO looking forward to Spring. XXXX

Content in a Cottage said...

I've always wanted one of those ribbed zinc barrels. Nice post. We in the northeast will dream about spring as a snowstorm approaches. Rosemary

mimi charmante said...

loving those big galvanized containers!!! I really need to get myself to Madison Park one of these days... Hopefully before I head to France myself!
xx

creekside rummager said...

Well, I was going to try and tell you which thing I liked best, but I kept adding another one - so - I love them all. I wish I could shop.

Lanette of Cottage Elements said...

I wished I lived in Seattle! Love those zinc barrels. And the crates and wood barrels are pretty awesome, too. Looks like you have some amazing things. Looks like I may need a road trip!

Lani

Renae said...

I am ready for spring too but hjave a feeling it's going to be a while! Seems like after Christmas we cannot wait for spring!
xx

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

Wow, you have a beautiful blog!! Thanks for visiting and hope you have a great weekend, Theresa

Kristopher K said...

totally ... mmmmmm .... love love love these photos and loving this blog :)

Francine Gardner said...

I am so ready for spring....and also on the look out for garden furniture and accessories for my new to be opened showroom which has a great terrace...It will have to bear the new york weather though..

the.neo.lifestyle said...

love the urns, could die for them :-)

David

pam@pixelimpress said...

love, love, love the chairs and herb boxes. will you be posting again when these actually do get to your shop? i'm in the area and can "pop" down to buy. pam

A Country Farmhouse said...

I have gardening on the brain too. It's exciting to think about digging in the dirt once again! Trina

Ann Marie said...

i love all of these images! can't wait to have a home and a garden...someday.

Millie said...

I want those gorgeous yellow chairs & I want them now! Such a fun post Pam, packed full of fabulous garden must-haves.
Millie ^_^

Lisa said...

This epidemic seems to be growing. I looked ALL OVER lexington last year for those zinc barrels. Wish we were closer as there are so many amazing garden bloggers. If we did, just imagine what our gardens would look like!
Have a great week. Lisa

Rochelle said...

Yep...gardening - in the northwest and canada north it doesn't seem to come along until later. We've had a couple of nice sunny days here but soon rain will come again and prolong the wait until I can get outside to garden. What I wouldn't give to be back in my native California roots soakin' up the mild weather they have!
Thanks for stopping by my blog! And, btw, they do not put peanut brittle in those candy boxes - but, all the other stuff is good! good! good!
Cheers!
Rochelle