Now I have never been a collector of things. I also have never been a real gardener. For some reason these two things have entwined and I now collect any old teapot that someone will part with. I am also having fun finding the 1 and 2 dollar pots at the markets. Never any more than that as they are to become teapots of flowers. I absolutely love fresh flowers and they cost so much and die so quickly. Why not a teapot full of blooms that I can move around and put in the house whenever I feel like. I can change them over to the current seasons flowers as needed.
It was my birthday the other day and Mick took me to the markets on Sunday and then for fish and chips at the beach. Then he was going to take me to the movies but I wanted to spend the money on plants and potting mix. Then I spent a lovely few hours later in the afternoon potting them all up. Below is some photos of what I did. They are still babies so not all of them have flowers as yet. I will update the photos when they come to life with colour.
Bargara Water Front, Qld, Australia
These only lasted a few weeks but the birds and bees loved them and hopefully I will get another spray of flowers again. They looked like fairy floss. Just gorgeous.
Rainy afternoon at our place.
And last but definately the most important - my grand daughter Charlotte who is just about 6 months old now and loves her Grammy to bits.
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