I am a red wagon!

PANSIES delicate, vibrant, strong, transparent, supple



RED WAGON random, portable, vintage, changeable, blooming



ORNAMENTAL CABBAGE
ruffled, vivid, unusual, sturdy, flexible



parked
right
outside
blooming
away
no matter
the weather

WHICH ONE ARE YOU?

just a quick update : it is 28 and all my plants are under cover and I pulled the red wagon
under the porch eves...Texas weather!

20 comments:

Busymomma66 said...

Oh, it's so nice to see some plants. All I see is white and grey.

I think I'm like a pansy. Sometimes vibrant, sometimes invisible, sometimes delicate, sometimes strong. Often all at the wrong times, lol.

Liss said...

I like the things in your garden and I want them :)

Claire said...

definitely the pansy!

Claire said...

ps- i have a postcard that i would like to send to you. would you mind emailing me your postal add? my email is burge.claire@gmail.com.

thanks!

Anonymous said...

I went to the garden center (Well Lowe's, but still) yesterday and took a bunch of photos of pansies. So I loved your cheery photo. Pansies are so common I think we forget how really miraculous they are. Thanks. And thank you for commenting on some of my Flickr photos. I appreciate it.
Bonnie

spread your wings said...

i love pansies - their cute little faces.
very creative post.
my first instinct is to say I'm a red wagon.

Mary said...

Oooo, I like your obsession, too! LOL

Jennifer said...

How nice to have color in your garden.
It's so blah here. I think a grocery store bouquet is in order for me today!
Thanks for the inspiration.

Gayle said...

I think I am a Red Wagon! How wonderful to have flowers to see outside at this time of year. Wow, definitely protect them from that cold air!

leaca said...

Aw how cute. I want one of those little wagons.

MaryAnn Ashley said...

I always plant pansies... they seem so hardy too. I'm not sure which one I am.. depends on the cycle

Oliag said...

I wanted to say pansy - then I saw the word vintage and knew that was me - the little red wagon...

Vanessa said...

i love all the purple! hmmm,,,, i guess that means pansies...

Beth said...

beautiful in any temperature !!!

{and here, it's -40 with the wind chill and there wasn't any school today}

Elizabeth said...

ornamental cabbage! I walk by those every day and always always wonder what they are. Lately, I'd been thinking that they probably had a name like skunk cabbage or something. Thanks for posting the photo and the name. :)

Shalet said...

Texas must've blown the hot air up north. It's bee in the 50's here! Happy Love Thursday!

Toni said...

Apparently I am a cabbage - at least today. I can't believe you can get things to grow - it is the middle of winter!! Wonderful images. =)

MedaM said...

I love pansies; always charming and with the smile on its beautiful blossoms!

kendalee said...

I'd like to say pansy but probably more of a cabbage these days! Gorgeous to see these when it's so grey and bleak outside - thanks!

Georgia B. said...

wonderful post!

i really can't pick which one i am. many of the descriptive words in each sound like me. delicate, transparent, vintage, random, unusual, ruffled.

my husband would probably say the first. he calls me "delicate trooper". if i had to pick one, i'd say i'm ornamental cabbage.