I'm in the garden...

The weather has been so very beautiful here the last few days...It feels like summer! In the garden everything is growing at an incredible...


The weather has been so very beautiful here the last few days...It feels like summer! In the garden everything is growing at an incredible speed. I need to get some gardening done, but with this weather it is a pleasant task. So if you are looking for me, I'm in the garden!






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27 comments

  1. Such wonderful pictures Josje! I love that table and chairs set. Did you make it?

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  2. Beautiful pictures. Enjoy the spring and your garden.
    Mona

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  3. Het ziet eruit alsof er zo een paar elfjes op de thee komen :-)
    Dat pottenwerk is ook prachtig!!!
    Groetjes, Monique

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  4. What a wonderful setting - I would be in the garden too if it looked as inviting as this :)

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  5. I do love your garden! your table and chairs set is something Id love in real life too. Enjoy your Spring, Rosanna

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  6. Your garden pics are so neat! This is one of my favortire things to do- I love setting things up in the garden, too!

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  7. wat schatig,en mooi op de foto gezet.
    groetjes adrie

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  8. I love your table and chairs....everything really.

    I am on my way over for tea... OK?
    ;-)

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  9. Can that be tea for the 3 of us???

    I would so enjoy tea in that fabulos setting (plus the chance to meet you both of course!!)

    Beautiful pieces once again Josje.

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  10. Lovely scene Josje!! I love the colors of the chairs and table,mini regards,Sonia.

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  11. Wat een pachtig rood setje, alles bij elkaar. Heerlijk weer, he! Ik moet nodig verder met mijn paas-stolp, maar vandaag was ik ook bezig bloemen op het dakterras te planten.

    Groetjes,
    Marit

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  12. An enchanting scene!
    I love your chairs and the table.
    Geneviève

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  13. Wow, I never knew there are forget-me-nots that get metres high :-) it all looks so real! I love the chairs and the ironwork, did you do them?

    Enjoy the easter days, wheather shall stay till next week...

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  14. Heerlijk is het om in het voorjaar dit weer te hebben. De wereld wordt er een stuk vrolijker van. Je hebt het sfeertje mooi neer gezet met je prachtige potten en tuinsetje tussen de vergeetmenietjes!

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  15. Oh, I'm coming right over Josje!!! Your scene is so lovely ! I Adore the red furniture.... and the mini pots.... I can't wait for the WARM part of spring to get here.... it is being a chilly one.... so your little garden looks just DIVINE right now! Thank you for sharing!

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  16. What a nice scene Josje. First I thought it was a 1:1 scene bujt a better look telss me it is 1:12. Enjoy the lovely weather.

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  17. hi
    what a nice place!!!!! i like red!!
    lovely cushion.
    have a nice day,
    regina

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  18. Love your garden within a garden :)especially those pots :)

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  19. You are a master at design and ambience! That red set is absolutely the perfect touch to highlight the cherries and transferware. And the mossy pots ... perfection as well ... !

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  20. Ese plato de cerezas es sublime¡¡¡, nadie diria que no es una escena a tamaño real si no fuera por que los tallos de las hierbas asi lo dice, magnifico trabajo , GENIAL¡¡¡
    Susi.

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  21. Thanks everyone. I've had the mossy pots for a few years and I am afraid don't know who made them.

    Patty, no I did not make the garden furniture. It is by Serge Piacentino from France. I bought it last year at the fair in Arnhem. It is lovely isn't it?

    Catherine and Linda, absolutely! The tea is waiting for you!

    datBea, I use a secret recipe fertilizer, makes everything grow huge ;) I did not make the chairs (they're by Serge Piacentino) but I did do the 'ironwork'. They are grilles for front doors which were used a lot in the 19th century and are popular again today. It isn't really ironwork, but I rusted them so they look like they are.

    Daydreamer, I hope your weather has improved! If not, your always welcome in my garden. Tea is waiting ;)

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  22. Absolutely lovely! The miniature items are adorable.

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  23. Tout est superbe. Vos créations sont un délice pour les yeux !

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