It’s springtime again. That means it’s time for the Mrs. to haul me, my pickup and my money to the lawn and garden stops. First stop today was Lowes. Apparently everybody had the same ideal. There was a long line waiting just to drive up to the mulch pallets. So off to Bloomers we go. For another post, see April 22, 2012. As Benie was spending my bucks, I sat on a stuffed porch swing on the wrap around wooden porch. There were a dozen of the large low pitched wind chimes and the breeze was making them resonate in a low lulling sound. Check it out
I picked up some seedling plants. Cherokee tomatoes andJalapeno peppers.
Cherokee (purple) Tomatoes
Feel the Heat
Oh, and they still have this. And yes it still screams Rob.
This Screams Rob
Enjoy the pictures and video that I took this afternoon. Click on the thumbnail for a larger image.
I needed a peach tree, because apparently you need two. Cross pollination and all that.This place in Caledonia, Mississippi is a place Paul James would love. It’s nestled in the country surrounded by tall lush woods and open farm fields. It’s called Bloomers
It has a rich assortment of plants, flowers and trees. With all kinds of yard novelties ranging from whimsical to tacky.
In the center is a building with a completely enclosed walk around porch. I arrived on a windy day and was treated to all the wind chimes singing in harmony. It was sort of cool when the big deep sounding ones synced their octaves. It was kind of spiritual in a connected nature kind of way.
Check out my media section for all the pictures.Oh, and this