Tuesday, August 31, 2010

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY ~ ADDAMS FAMILY HANGING BASKET

If you remember Morticia cutting off beautiful roses and just keeping the stems, you'll appreciate this lovely hanging basket.  It's in our garden and I just can't bear to throw it away. It kinda grows on you after awhile.
I tried to find out if there's a real Addams Family Mansion. The closest match is the one below.

Addams Family Look alike ~ Saline, Michigan
Do you have any Addams Family Dead Plants in your garden?

12 comments:

  1. Oh what a cool house! I want to go inside! Yes, I'm sure I have a plant around somewhere like that. Born with a brown thumb but I try. :) Happy WW!

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  2. I have a plant in my front yard that's working very hard to look just like that photo. My grandmother always said that I shouldn't throw away a plant if it looks as if there's a breath of life left.

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  3. Oh yes....not dead but looks a little like it should be Pseudopanax ferox or toothed lancewood. Oh and Cotoneaster corokia is also pretty Morticia Adams. And that's why I love it!

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  4. It does look like it could be used to film that. Haha. Happy WW!

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  5. Very abstract and an ideal hotel for insects too - dead plants all too commonly appear in my garden :(

    Happy WW
    Laura

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  6. Oh I've had so many plants that look like this over the years ... quite a common sight I'm afraid!

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  7. I have a big ceramic pot that looks just like your basket - now I shall tell visitors that it's an 'original Addams' and stop feeling ashamed of it!

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  8. Love that mansion! Thanks for sharing!
    ~Dorcas

    http://4sweetangels.blogspot.com/

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  9. The house is good, the garden look dry.

    Just like to share with you a funny quotes...

    "California is a fine place to live - if you happen to be an orange." -- Fred Allen

    You can get more funny quotes at http://quotelandia.com/category/funny

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I always appreciate your comments & questions! Happy Gardening from David/ Tropical Texana

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