Sunday, August 2, 2009

Don’t you just love a good pothead?

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I love this…It stands over 5 feet high

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Saw it in Stuart FL at

Tropical Ranch Botanical Garden

along with this guy

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And this phenomenon of nature …do you ever really look at something you

see everyday…and all of the sudden REALLY see it?

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Purple Passion flower

Divine!

43 comments:

Tammy said...

I ♥ whimsical items in gardens! Just adds charm all over!

Deborah said...

Holy Moly that is some pothead! I LoVe it. Are those in your yard??? Sorry about stealing your airplane...

ChrisC and JonJ said...

I love it!!! It's true.Until I started blogging I don't think I REALLY looked at things.
And I adore that first pot.Wonder if I could relocate it.Hmmm......

erin said...

i love good pot!! i'd like to see water dribbling down the sides of the first pot.......happy sunday!

The Bliss Journey said...

I love the whimsy, what a fun way to give your garden personality.
Kathleen

Laura Trevey said...

so cool!! love the "potheads" :)

blushing rose said...

That is really neat! Love his hairdo ... TTFN ~Marydon

Karen Deborah said...

I could use one of those!

roostreehouse said...

Oooh cool-its Chia pets for grownups!! Err...grownup gardeners...


that flower is very passionate about being a flower indeed. Divine times two.

xoxoxoxoxo Rhonda Roo

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Linda...very funny! Love that first pot - and to have it 5' tall would be perfect!

sealaura said...

love the guy with the crazy hair. looks like a mega chia pet! ch ch ch chia!

style odyssey said...

the passion flower is gorgeous! reminds me of a trip to bermuda...first time i'd ever seen them. such an exotic-looking flower.

the pots are cute, clever!

niartist said...

Oooooo! I want purple passion flower in my garden!!! I wonder if I can get it to grow as an annual through the summer months!? Oh Linda, your garden and your home, always leaves me green with envy. Thanks so much for playing along with SAGS this week! :)

Dagny @ Beautiful Living said...

Passion flowers are just amazing. One of my closest friends is just hopeless with all kinds of flowers except for the passion flower. Hers looks like a mansion, it's stunning!

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

I love it, Linda! Beautiful post!!

Hair Bows & Guitar Picks said...

I live in Stuart!

Farmgirl Paints said...

Wow that purple flower was gorgeous. I would love all the color and fauna down there!

Stephanie said...

Passion flowers are THE most exotic amazing blooms....

you are a pothead extraordinaire! That first one is almost as tall as ME!

Ivy Lane said...

Love you pot heads!! and that purple passion flower!! yes..it is surely divine!!!!

Maya said...

The biggest I have ever seen!

anita said...

thanks for reminding me to ck
my passion vine climbing unnoticed
behind other tropicals on my back fence. i love these..so do the
butterflies :)

erin said...

hi again...just wanted to thank you for visiting me and for your lovely comments...actually, i have a beach painting of vero beach...i posted a picture of it on april 30th. my mom-in-law lives in vero. most of my other beach images are of honeymoon island (dunedin area). love your blog and sense of humor!

Black Zebra said...

Loving the pots! Thank you so much for having me on the list,you're a rock star!xxxxx

jillian96 said...

Cute "potheads". I've seen "jugheads" before, but not potheads:) Love your blog site full of inspirations. Another great blogsite is isabellaandmaxrooms blogsite. This week is another giveaway...4 PB pillows!! Hop over & get signed up for a chance to win just by posting a comment.!

Ms. Tee said...

Oh, those are too funny - love them! My son would have a cow. He loves tiki-looking stuff. :)

SarahWhite said...

You cracka me up you pothead lover! That thing is way cool. Your yard...it must love you for all the love you have given it. So pretty!!

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

No...not MY yard, all. I wish.

It is in Stuart FL...a big gorgeous garden that they turned into a botanical garden (with 35 volunteers!) I want 35 volunteers. Yep.

Restyled Home said...

What a fun post! I love your photos and it makes me want to hop on a plane and see your beautiful neck of the woods. Is it brutally hot right now, because that might stop me in my tracks...!

Cheers,
Linda

Üdo Ümami said...

LMAO - potheads! ::sings:: looooove it!! xoxox <3 Üdo

The Consummate Hostess said...

So funny!

Florida Sue said...

I love those pot heads. I only have a monk with a succulent growing out of his head, but I would love to get more.

King of New York Hacks said...

That one pot reminds me of the brady bunch Hawaiian curse episode LMAO

Renae said...

I love these...you take the bestest pix!
That first one is my fave....and all your tropicals...fab!

Brenda said...

Oh, how I would love some of those gorgeous fellas in my yard!
Brenda

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

I have the North Wind in my garden. I do have a thing for faces!!

Hill Country House Girl said...

Thanks for your visit to hill country house. I have been waiting for someone to ask about the big "pluffy things" on the wall of the Soiree office! I will email Callie today and find out! I love all the color you use on your blog and especially LOVE purple passion flowers

Ry @ Sotto Il Monte Vineyards said...

Just what I need - more enticement! I'm a shamless collector. I haven't seen any pots like these two. Watch out for the Passion Flower - mine have over run the garden. Beautiful and Passionate.

Rebecca said...

Gosh, I would love the pothead jar! What fun to have in a garden.

for the love of a house said...

I love the 'guy' head!! And you get to see a purple passon flower every day? Wow, now I'm jealous!!

Micke said...

Beautiful blog!:)Whats your favorite cookie?

Teacup Mosaics said...

Just love it!!!Too too funny:)

Blue Muse said...

Those potheads should meet Earl! haha. Passion flowers are so beautiful in an alien sort of way.
xoxo Isa

dec0r8or said...

I don't know why....but I have "ch-ch-ch-CHIa!" in my head right now! Hee! Great pots!

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