Sunday, June 14, 2009

I am a pot/head….

…Collector.

My Mother is a pot/head

collector

too.

It is a family problem.

We’re working on it.

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These pictures are only a small sampling of pots…and assorted heads

sigh.

I told you…it’s a problem.

we’re working on it.

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This green pot itself is over 3 feet high not including plants.

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We have three of these suckers below they are close to 4 feet high each.

BIG pot/heads. yep.

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One of the many heads on our property…

I have a feeling we are representing

practically every religion known to man....and probably offending them too. Sigh.

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…This guy? Don’t even ask.

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Join the delightful Artie with other gorgeous gardens in his

Share a Garden Sunday.

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Pot/heads Unite!

45 comments:

Linda/"Mom" said...

* "Oh, mein Gott", Linda! "Heir is ser shun!" (It's been a while since I WROTE in German... hope I did it correctly!)~~~ WOW!!!! Soooooo pretttttttyyYY!!!!!

XO & "DANKE" for providing these beautiful "shades of GREEN" this lovely Sunday a.m.

Linda in AZ *

vicki archer said...

Love the pots and I love the fact that you have so many...that is the best part; passion for your collection, xv.

Deborah said...

Oh Linda, my head is spinning and I am short of breath...I LOVE, covet your jungle. Yes jungle. that is where I belong. Most beautiful photos of a most stunning yard. **turning green with envy** Are those blue wine bottle stuck in the bush??? Embarrassingly, I have quite a fine collection of blue wine bottles...**blows kisses** Deborah

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Yep Deb...you've found us out. In addition to being Pot-heads we are wino's too...blue winos!

Hee. Thanks all for your nice comments...off to score some more pots!

Sixpence and a Blue Moon said...

What a beautiful display! I love every one of them, and the way you have them displayed...sucks the air out of me, so picture perfect.

xoxo

Amy said...

pothead! (she giggles uncontrollably...). Okay, I've started my pot collection. Maybe today I can take some pics for you and post them on my blog, but I only have two or 3 so far. I was going to get another this summer. I adore the top pot. hee hee.

no, Mom, I'm not high.....

Brenda said...

I am thoroughly in love with your pots! Now I'm going to be scouring the planet for them. Your garden is totally beautiful! (Oh, and as to your question, is Survivor the lone fish? Well, he was. Until I got the fish my neighbor's granddaughter dubbed Spot.)
Brenda

Maya@Completely Coastal said...

Your problem looks fantastic to me..., all around FANTASTIC!

ChrisC and JonJ said...

That is the best collection of pot(ooops I mean pots)I've ever seen.

MissBliss said...

Great colors...kind of ocean-y...just up my alley! And love your tropical jungle...this time of year they simply mushroom overnight, don't they...oops, heading inti the hallucinogenic wordplay, well, pot is a gateway drug! Great collection...love how it relects your style and humor!

Stephanie said...

your pot/head garden is the best! if it ever stopped raining and the sun came out I could photograph some of my pots...

I know, not complaining..too much...a RAIN problem in Colorado.

My Nasturtiums have the biggest leaves I have ever seen!!

I'm off to enjoy Sunday gardens

~ Lisa @ AbidingThere~ said...

Linda - I love that scalloped birdbath! It's gorgeous :) You guys have such beautiful property.

simpledaisy said...

Wow...
Now that's a lot of pots!! Your garden looks really lovely!!!

Karen Deborah said...

you have an amazing collection of both plants, pots, humour, etc... etc.... should all of this really be in one place?

Sharing my garden too.

Karen Deborah said...

as in I am STINKIN GREEN with envy at the beauty you have created just so we are totally clear about this!

My Castle in Spain said...

well...i would like to have this problem!
love your pots...and...the bigger the better!
:-)

PamperingBeki said...

I LOVE pots! The bigger the better.

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

I hope you and your mother don't work too hard, overcoming your addiction! This is incredibly gorgeous Linda!

niartist said...

Oh Linda! I wanna come live with you! THIS IS GORGEOUS! GORGEOUS I tell you! Oh - me oh my - my idea of heaven! :) Thanks for playing along with Share a Garden Sunday!

Blue Muse said...

Love the pots and the heads! (And your sense of humor!) Your gardens are so inticing and a little mysterious. Love them.
xo Isa

Ivy Lane said...

Loving all your pots and heads!!! Here's a question...which one is your favorite!! I LOVE the budda heads.... I would love to see an aerial view of your gorgeous grounds!!!!

Melissa said...

Gorgeous! I'm addicted to pots, too. Which reminds me, I need some more for all the new flowers I've acquired...

tales from an oc cottage said...

Ha Ha! Love all your pots! (just don't eat all my Cheetos, ok!)

m ^..^

sealaura said...

oh Linda! they look so pretty though... I can see why you are hooked!

anita said...

the pot addiction has led some to become pot dealers...be careful linda...be very careful:)))))

they look gorgeous each one, in your garden!

Hibiscus Moon said...

Amazing collection! Where do pick them all up?

Farmgirl Paints said...

Wowza! You have yourself quite a collectionl I love them all. Somehow I don't think I can pull that look off up here in midwest Minnesota. They look lovely with all of your flora everywhere:)

~~Rhonda said...

Thanks for sharing your garden! Beautiful! So lush and tropical looking. I love the pots. Lovely accents! ~~Rhonda

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

I adore those chartreuse ones. Such a perfect colour for a garden!

Eloise said...

Beautiful pots, Linda! And your yard! Oh my goodness, is it ever lush and gorgeous! Thanks for sharing your collection.

Porchlight Interiors said...

What a perfectly lovely addiction to have! Tracey xx

Renee Finberg said...

i am crazy for beautiful pots as well.

xx

Astrid said...

Love all your pots! Love your beautiful jungle!

for the love of a house said...

LOVE all the pots/heads!!
Yes, I hear ya... I've personally been pondering the question of late- am I a "collector" or horder?!!! You should see the garage- how many antique iron urns does a person really need??? Apparently a LOT!! Help!

Your yard is stunning and how wonderful that your mother is a collector too!! I want the shell-shaped birdbath? filled with succulents! Please!! j.

Lemonade Makin' Mama said...

You make me laugh!!

Bumpkin on a Swing said...

<------BIG POTHEAD TOO!

LOVE THE PICS LINDA......SO BEAUTIFUL, YOUR LITTLE OASIS..

LIBERTY POST EDITOR said...

I want to be a pothead too! When I grow up..that's what I'm going to be!

Rhonda Roo said...

Um, from the looks of the 7th pic down, you've also been hitting the bottles..blue ones.

Tsk tsk..come on over to my yard, for a weed intervention tee hee

you ought to like me, as I am a crackpot...

Ok, seriously. GORGEOUS. I'm just jealous.

Joyce said...

I love the title!!! LOL... Great photos my friend. xoxo

Lisa (aka) French said...

Well I guess I am becoming a pot head too....how do we stop the madness?? (lol) French;)

Michelle said...

Yup, a pot head myself...

great post...love them covered in moss. Delicious indeed.

Ms. Tee said...

Linda, your gardens and house are amazing - like something out of a magazine. I love all of your pots -keep them all!!

Sun-Kissed Savages said...

Loooooovin' them all, but the blue and the one in front of it with lemons (?) are my favorites. Just amazing!!

Carrie said...

Oh, the pots are very beautiful designs...and spotting them around the garden must be a delight for your guests!

Carrie said...

Oh, the pots are very beautiful designs...and spotting them around the garden must be a delight for your guests!

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