We used to plant in cans too...I saw some great big tomato plants in wooden crate baskets recently, and it was soooo cute. Wish it would rain here!xxx kim
I have to agree with you. I love that it's a little ironic -- growing something that might end up in a can.
Hope you are enjoying your summer. The plants look so tempting sitting there in their perfectly themed pots.
Nonnas, somehow always know better!!
aaah! Bliss!! I love this so much! and thanks for sharing about this stylist. love your blog !
What authentic italian style!Lovely blog, i found you through Liviaconcept :)
I love this, So many things our parents and grandparents did out of resourcefuless, I now think are vintage chic. Take Care!
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Oh, I love this idea too! Such a colorful and vintage way to show off plants!Brenda
Raining here, too. Feel the same way.
Angie, our tomatoes are not doing too well this year - too much rain and not enough sun!
How cute is that!!! Recycling, art and a decorative accent all in one!I just put up a NEW POST on my Blog! If you have a chance, come by and say hi!Have a great week,Aimee
They look so cool planted in the cans. I love it!Janet
my parents did the same thing, it's so Italian, right! I love the smell of tomato plants...it reminds me of my childhood! thanks for sharing this!ciao bellacarmelina
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