So, here are my forbidden photos of the indoors (and some of the outdoors) of Garden Fever, a neighborhood nursery in Portland.
|A display of tender plants just inside the door|
|They had Bromeliads in bags|
|This one, and a second the same color, came home with me|
|There's always Tillandsias|
|Lovely head planter|
|Lots to love!|
|Will monograms ever go out of style?|
|A nice book display|
|I considered buying this as a gift for Kris Petersen of Late to the Garden Party, but a quick look inside told me there wasn't really any useful raccoon-proofing advice.|
|Fun, colorful tins|
|I've seen this Hershey's Kiss-shaped pot at Molbak's|
|I've been seeing a lot of these green speckled pots for sale in just about every nursery I've visited, but these are the best prices I've seen yet.|
|Aha! I've finally spied the outdoors, and it looks like it's well stocked with plants|
|This Clematis armandii 'Snowdrift' smelled wonderful!|
|Nice color and healthy form on a 'Color Guard' Yucca -- mine is still pretty spindly|
|Loved this frilly pansy|
|Why doesn't this popular plant ever get any cheaper?|
I passed a display garden, mainly a large raised bed, on the way back to the car.
|I love bottle borders, but this one isn't quite right to me. The bottles need to be sunk just a little lower, and they left the labels on, which seems rather tacky to me.|
|Lots of blooming Daffodils|
|Nodding Hellebores on top of a tall wall is a great idea|
|So pretty, and easy viewing|
OK, tantrum over. Someone give me a lollipop.