Cobbled together with more rescued bits this greenhouse is instantly charming.
Testament to a woman's growing love, fascination, passion for cacti.
Inside, above, refrigerator shelving + old windows creating a roof.
Attached to the house the greenhouse only needs 3 sides. Above, one side.
Above, the other side. A free greenhouse !! Not your style? Paint it.
Inside. Aaaaaaaaaaaaah. Something about greenhouses does it for me. Neat, messy, empty, full, being in a greenhouse has always melted my heart. Each one, no matter its condition, a life force. Telling me stories. And the smell. Oh my, the smell of a greenhouse. I would buy the perfumes.
Shopping at Born Again Antiques, firstname.lastname@example.org, 304 East Main Street, Hogansville, GA 30230, 404-422-8504, last week for my garden, Allan Boyer, co-owner, said his wife, BJ Boyer, filled the front window with her cacti during winter. A come-on line if I ever heard one. Within 15 minutes I was walking with BJ, & her newest dog, into her garden. BJ makes new antiques by cobbling together broken antiques. The woman has got an eye. (This is not an ad for them, I am simply passing along a very interesting, fun place. Maybe you can go?)
Garden & Be Well, XO Tara