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23/08/2013 at 06:45

After  yesterdays question about statues i was thinking about some of the things ive seen here used as plant holders  such as a bath outside one farm house front window,

But the one the sticks out "and its still there today is a toilet, full of flowers and sitting under the post box at the end of this little cottages path, its even got a loo roll holder fixed to the fence,

On the little old wooden gate is a picture of a cat with the beware of "loulou" she'll lick you to death.

Can anyone beat that for a statement?

23/08/2013 at 07:14

What are you going to buy, the statue or the lions?

23/08/2013 at 08:43

I'm not too hot on imaginative plant holders......I have reclaimed old chimney pots, washing machine drums (that I've made into "stone" containers) and reclaimed old kitchen sinks, again turned into stone troughs.  

However, old wheelbarrows, watering cans, shoes, etc are often used to present some impressive annual displays. 

23/08/2013 at 09:01

Hubby's old leaky wellies grew two lovely carrots

23/08/2013 at 09:05

galv bin and dolly tub .found flt tipped .have you seen the price of these on ebay and the stone sink  my mum bathed me in when a babe .

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