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Model T tool box and petunias

Posted by indigosunshine z4 WI (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 20, 13 at 14:34

Don't you just love wave petunias!?! I planted these in a rusted tool box that my DH hauled out of the weeds in a junk yard. We bought the wagon wheel at a flea market in Nebraska.


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RE: Model T tool box and petunias

I was never crazy about petunias as a kid. I didn't like their smell & they always got so "leggy". However, I'm CRAZY about "Wave" petunias. I particularly like the fuschia color you used with the rusty metal. I would never have thought those 2 colors would look so nice together. - Laura


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Beautiful!!!


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Stunning!! Love your rusty junk too!


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A beautiful display of flowers and rust! it is amazing what you have made from it.TYFS JLily


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Beautiful!
For some reason I can't grow wave petunias!
Don't have problems with most other things--
but them--Just don't do well!
Love the junk arrangement!


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Looks great!!


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Yep....love wave petunias and yours are doing quite well. Like your rusty treasures too


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I vote with stunning! It is a "wave of petunias."


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Looks awesome!


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Really does look like a wave heading toward the sidewalk!! Great look with the rust in background! Jan


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I have to agree with stunning! Love your wagon wheel and other stuff.
Kathy


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