28 thoughts on “Almost Wordless Wednesday–Look what I found…

  1. Tonya Morin

    Every junk yard should see this email………….how much nicer they would look if only they filled some cars or trucks w/flowers! Ha!

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    1. Marian St.Clair Post author

      Tammy–You should have seen me hit the breaks! I couldn’t stop the car fast enough. They were just parked along the side of the road in front of the barnyard of a wholesale nursery, but with no signs within sight.

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  2. Katie Robey

    Marian, I have a sister who lives near Seattle and a nephew in Portland. My sister got her degree long ago in horticulture and plays with gardening so I sent this to her to see if she is familiar with the island/nursery. Beautiful pictures and great use of old rusty trucks and farm implements.

    Katie Robey Marlborough, MA

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  3. Marian St.Clair Post author

    Katie–The display was about half way between the bridge onto the island and Cistus. Can’t believe the nursery that does the display hasn’t painted a logo on one of the trucks. I guess everyone on the island knows, but there wasn’t a person or sign to be seen anywhere.

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  4. Judy Mooney

    Marian, thank you for the good memories. I lived in Portland before moving to Greenville and visited Sauvie Island many times. Plants there are sure doing better than mine here in all this heat and humidity.

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    1. Marian St.Clair Post author

      Judy–Yes, the island was lovely and lush and, then too, the display was irrigated. Portland is a very interesting place. Excellent public transportation and fabulous food. Love Powell Books too, though it caused a problem with packing…lol.

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  5. Chloris

    It just shows you can make a container out of anything. I once saw a long- abandoned truck in the rain forest in Martinique. It had ferns and Busy Lizzies growing all over it. It looked amazing and nobody had planted it.

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