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Friday, July 8, 2011

Marigolds

I have an abundance of marigold seeds and do not have any clean spot to plant it, so I created a hanging basket. I used hanging metal baskets that are available at the dollar store, plus a dollar husk and... voila, a floral basket.






 I also scattered some seeds around huge plants planted in spacious terra cotta pots












I would love to expand my yard to yours. If you're interested to plant some marigolds, email me and I'll send you some seeds.


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George said...

I really like both your marigolds and the hanging baskets you've created. Both are beautiful.

rainfield61 said...

Our world is always beautiful with all these flowers around.

betchai said...

you are so creative Tes, in whatever aspect, gee, you are giving me more tips to garden, thanks so much!!!!

Luna Miranda said...

i haven't seen marigolds in a hanging basket before. cool idea.

EG Wow said...

You are so lucky to be able to buy the liners at a dollar store! Here they cost a fortune. :)

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous bloom! I love Marigolds because it keeps away deer hehehe.

Today's Flower at my end, hope you can drop by,. Have a blessed Sunday!

Jingle said...

love these shots, refreshing.

Modern Mom said...

Pretty blooms!

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Dave said...

The marigolds are certainly doing well. You could even plant a couple of trailing plants in those hangers as well. Daves photo views

SquirrelQueen said...

Great idea to use the hanging baskets for the marigolds, I wouldn't have thought about that. I need to check at our Dollar Store for liners, every other store wants way too much for them.

DoanLegacy said...

Beautiful flowers, and very affordable way to make your home the more terrific!

Joyful said...

Your container plants are doing well ;-) Happy week!

Sharon Wagner said...

You are very seedy. But I mean that in a good way. Ha!

Melissa said...

Your marigolds are beautiful, Tes.

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

Your marigolds are so pretty!

snowwhite said...

Oh, your marigolds are so lovely. The vivid yellow color of the flowers is delightful accents in your garden. I suppose they are the fittest flowers in a summer garden. You were very lucky to find metal baskets and fibers husk in the dollar shop. As EG Wow said, they are expensive here also.

kulasa said...

ahhhh you have wonderful hands Tesya..those are simply gorgeous!!

RNSANE said...

What great ideas you have, Tes. The marigold is always such a cheery little flower that adds so much wherever it is planted! We need these little splashes of sunshine in our world - just like we need you!

seo new york said...

Could someone please tell me what people in Medieval times used marigolds for..and please write the source you got it from..thank you!

seo manchester said...

I am new to this place. The climate here is so unpredictable. A few days it is sunny and most of the times it is cloudy. A marigold plant that I bought few weeks back is almost dying. What are the other plants that can be grown indoors with such a climate?

seo manchester said...

I am new to this place. The climate here is so unpredictable. A few days it is sunny and most of the times it is cloudy. A marigold plant that I bought few weeks back is almost dying. What are the other plants that can be grown indoors with such a climate?

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