Gardening in the Pacific Northwest (Vancouver, Washington)
I *thought* Santa was a winter gardener, but I didn't know he had a talent for topiary. Those cross-stitched ornaments are great, Phillip. Sounds like a pleasant way to spend the winter too.Merry Christmas!
Wow, what an eclectic collection--and an abundance of memories associated with each, I'm sure. Merry Christmas, Phillip!
I really like your collection, especially the one you made! Happy Holidays!
i like the elephant gardener.it's really cute.
Hi,I'm visiting by way of Carol at Maydreamsgardens' blog. What an incredible collection of garden ornaments! Where do you find them ?I was born in Jasper and grew up not far from you in Winfield. I was back home this year and was amazed to see that while there are some beautiful old homes not that many people seem interested in gardening ! You have an incredible garden and I can see that you've put your heart and soul in it - it shows !Come on over for a visit .
The ornaments come from all over the place. Many of them are gifts. Carolyn Gail, I have an aunt who lives in Jasper. Thanks for visiting!
You've got a great collection, Phillip and it does look festive ~ I have just a few, but one of them is the exact same St Fiacre. Mine hangs up all year on the veranda so maybe it doesn't count as a Christmas ornament here. Annie at the Transplantable Rose
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very beautiful collections of ornaments . i love this accessories ! like you i have collections of wind spinners . lovely !