If the homeowners association doesn't like green houses, how do you think they would feel about a small wind turbine in the front yard?
We were walking by the booth . I stopped, Pat kept walking. For crying out loud, don't you think everyone who reads your blog knows about this stuff. Well all I could think of was "well maybe." Just in case you don't know about this stuff, if you don't have a horse, it's all you need for your plants.
This was a nice addition to the garden show. The show sponsored a green architecture contest for high school students.
Somewhere around a zillion of Ty Pennington's fans, admirers, or maybe just relatives showed up for a seminar. Past shows had celebrity guests in closed off areas. The new show team had it figured out right, out in the open for everyone to see. Great idea.
Every garden or food show Pat and I have gone to seems to have a vendor with Elvis stuff. I don't know if these are different guys or just one guy trying to get rid of the same three things.
Christine B from last frontier garden found Elvis at a garden show she recently attended, so maybe there is an Elvis garden connection that I don't know about. I mean, I am still new at this gardening and blogging stuff.
Alright Jodi, from bloomingwriter, I found a shamwow booth. Or at least a wow and a sham booth that doesn't infringe too much on copyright.
Who can resist a golden aluminum christmas tree? I can't, Pat can. You know what happened.
There is something about animal rescue and gardening that seem to go together. Bob and Fred are both rescues.