Monday, April 30, 2012

Potting Bench Sneak Preview



Right off my back porch, I have a little herb garden.  I am always puttering around
there because I love to nurture the fragrant herbs and snip them for recipes.
Although I have a potting shed, I also wanted a spot to keep some essentials close
by and to provide a backdrop for the herb garden.




So I have created a potting bench from a ....  (it's a surprize), but I am only going to
give you a sneak peak today.  As you can see ...




my creation started with a thrift shop find and then just kept on growing.
Woops ~ bad pun.  Why do I do that?  Can't really help it, I am the
queen of bad puns.  Anyway, the weather here has been really rainy, so I have
to step out for pics between the raindrops.  

But ...




Tomorrow I will (hopefully) be taking lots of pics to show you all my whole
herb garden ~ potting bench and all.  In the meantime, check out that 
Arugula in the basket.  I'll be snipping that off for a salad with cannellini beans
and chopped shallots tossed with a vinaigrette.  Yummo!

So until tomorrow ~ stop by and visit ~

and

Bentley has dirty paws.  He has been racing through the garden beds
chasing the squirrels.  Maybe we need an outdoor shower!

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

12 comments:

  1. Love what you've posted so far. Aren't herbs fun?

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  2. Your potted plantings look so pretty...I'll be back tomorrow to see everything and be inspired.

    Blessings,

    Vee

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  3. I'll be waiting! It already looks great and OH SO MUCH FUN!
    Big Hugs to you,
    Donna

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  4. I can't wait to see your potting bench. I love what you have shown us so far. I am so excited ~ I love potting benches. Your arugula looks just yummy ~ Bentley stay out of the garden for your mommy ~ only when it rains. It must be much easier to bath Bentley than Chessie ;-)

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  5. Hi Susan, beautiful post. Loved your decoupage bucket on your other post too. It turned out beautiful.
    You have beautfiul projects and I am so impressed with all your photos.
    Have a lovely week. And I'm praying for your mother too. I read that as well.
    Blessings,
    Debbie

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  6. Hi Susan, for about half a second, I entertained thoughts of buying herb plants while at the nursery today. It sounds like fun, until I remember the efforts one must take. Hope you join Linky for those of us on it now. I know others would also enjoy following you on Linky. Thanks, Helen

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  7. Herbs are lovely and great for cooking. Wanting to see the potting bench.
    It's a great time of year.

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  8. Hi Susan and Bentley Sweeties...
    Oh your herbs and plants look so lush and happy. You do have a green thumb sweetie. I have never tried herbs but maybe it is about time I gave it a try.

    I can't wait to come back and take a closer look at your treasure that you have created with such love. Potting bench come on down...

    Hope you and Bentley have a glorious day tomorrow. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

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  9. I have been playing catch up here this morning Susan! My days have not allowed a lot of time for blog reading lately and I have missed it. Love the pin cushion you made. It's so pretty! Looking forward to seeing more from your lovely garden! xxoo

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  10. so far it looks like a lovely space. your plants look nice and healthy.
    Cathy

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