Random ramblings from the cluttered brain of a Brit ex-pat North Devonian trying to keep cool in the summers and warm in the winters of The Great White North.
I like the alien invasion people, there was a similar thing done in a Village here but huge hand carved stone heard that must have weighed a ton where just left in random parts of the Village.I love people that do this kind of thing
Very creative thing to do with a bath tub!
Oh what a neat idea would of never thought about doing that, sure looks better then a toilet
Well thats different! It must have taken some doing to cut out the side of that bath!! The fern looks very happy!
THAT IS WONDERFUL! I love how inventive people can be....Everything looks lovely in that tub..Including the tub! (lol)
Oh I think it is a Fabulous idea! I once saw someone plant flowers is an old workboot....I love this type of gardening!!
Creative use for the old tub. I like this kind of thing. Saw one used as a fish pond on a New York front steps.
Beautiful. Is that at your place, Shammy? (I'm still mourning the loss of using the name ex-S!) ;)
I hope the tub was ruined before they cut out the front....pretty with the green in it....
WOW - what a unique find this was! AWESOME! Always pays to have your camera with you all the time! GREAT job!Jerry in Tampa
Wow, that is innovative indeed. I love it!!
Wow! I like it. I've seen the like before, but never quite that nifty.
REPLY ALL:This bathtub sits outside a local antique shop. This year it seems to have survived the usual vandals who pull plants up by the roots and scatter them along the street for the want of nothing better to do.
Love this tub! I did something similar with an old metal bedframe one year - flowerbed...hahahahaha.Don't have a photo of it, unfortunately. But do have one of the workboot I planted one year - should try to find it and post it on my blog.
It took lots of work to make that terrarium but I think it was worth it.
I can remember taking baths in old tubs like that.
That's excellent! Yours, I assume? Good job!
Oops! Should have read your comment first! Still a great job, by whomever.
I love that photo. It's perfect for the plants, and those plants are gorgeous.
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