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Posted by indigosunshine West WI (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 5, 12 at 20:07

I found this old rake at a garage sale. My husband made trellises from RR spikes and I planted Morning Glories on them. I think it is just beautiful!


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  • Posted by cnm1 6 Oh (My Page) on
    Mon, Aug 6, 12 at 5:51

Love it, love it, love it. Boy - garages are not that big in the city!!!


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WOW..beautiful.


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Awesome!!!!!
I bought a hayrake too.
But it has been like a lot of other things-
Put on hold since Bill died and my health
problems. I would like to get it moved to
the garden one of these days.
I love the blue morning glories on yours!!!!


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Gorgeous! & the welded RR spikes make a terrific trellis...I have my Gr'pa's rake like this that bought at his farm sale ...it has many, many things growing one of which is Sweet Autumn Clematis for a vine ....LOVE yours! Jeanne S. Here's a Close-up of the Clematis last Fall:

Sweet Autumn Clematis Rake Garden CloseUp9.11


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Gorgeous! I have a hay rake just like that along my driveway, but mine doesn't have the awesome morning glories on it...maybe next year.


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Absolutely beautiful!!!!!!


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The morning glories and clematis are both gorgeous. Thanks for sharing. Marylee


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Lovely! Is that a little man in center of pic? His jacket matches the lovely blue shade of the Morning Glories! Jan


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Thanks everyone! The blue in the middle is my attempt at making toadstools out of two aqua glasses.


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Very pretty! Love the SAC too.


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The hay rake makes a beautiful trellis which ever flower you display on it. The blue really takes my eye. TYFS Jlily


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