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California Gardening with a Southern Accent: Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden (Pg 2)

California Gardening with a Southern Accent | Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden | SouthernGuideToLife.com

A ladder makes a wonderful place to display plants and collectibles.

California Gardening with a Southern Accent | Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden | SouthernGuideToLife.com

Filled with pots, a child’s wagon is a great place to display seasonal plants.

California Gardening with a Southern Accent | Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden | SouthernGuideToLife.com

California Gardening with a Southern Accent | Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden | SouthernGuideToLife.com

The divided metal container is perfect for planting with the addition of a few drain holes and a little gravel in the bottom.

California Gardening with a Southern Accent | Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden | SouthernGuideToLife.com

Add a piece of plastic to protect old wood containers before planting and water sparingly.

California Gardening with a Southern Accent | Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden | SouthernGuideToLife.com

The seed container filled with Pansies makes a charming table centerpiece for a spring tea in the garden.

California Gardening with a Southern Accent | Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden | SouthernGuideToLife.com

Baskets also make fun planters when lined with plastic.

California Gardening with a Southern Accent | Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden | SouthernGuideToLife.com

Add color by painting a whimsical garden sign or purchasing one at a craft show.

California Gardening with a Southern Accent | Welcome Spring with Vintage Charm in Your Garden | SouthernGuideToLife.com

Sending Best Wishes and Blessings from my Spring Garden to Your Spring Garden, Erin

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Southern Guide to Life ~ Erin HoughtonErin Houghton is a regular contributor to Southern Guide to Life.  She is an artist, photographer, gardener and owners of www.mypaintedgarden.com. She has been featured in numerous national publications and her art has been featured, and exhibited, both nationally and internationally. To find out more visit www.mypaintedgarden.com. Follow her on Pinterest. Visit her on Facebook. Shop her  Online Store.

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