Monday, April 6, 2009

The Birds!!!

Joplin has obviously not seen the movie The Birds. I have a zillion times, it's one of my mom's favorites. When I was little I thought it was terrifying, now it's a source of comic relief, I mean really. If you haven't seen it I suggest you do.

At the ripe age of 7 I decided to forgo my sugar laden Easter Basket and ask for birds instead. I had already had dogs, hamsters, fish, hermit crabs, sea monkeys, frogs, turtles and a dog that was supposed to be a hedge hog (they tricked me.) My parents, being the rock stars that they are, decided to give it a shot, so I had two lovebirds, Ocean and Sky. They were a nightmare, loud, messy and mean! There was no love in their house! I tried to like them but I would have been happier with another dog... so they went to live with my parents friend Kathy, I think unless they lied, in which case there will be a whole other blog post about truthfulness. =)


Anywho, I now enjoy birds, outside, in their natural element. We are now carrying these amazing reclaimed cedar bird feeder trays, their simplicity is what makes them. Look at how much that little fake bird is enjoying his sunflower seed.
In addition to the feeders we have butterfly houses. You simply put a piece of fruit in them and watch the butterflies come flocking in. It would be the perfect addition to a butterfly garden.


This is one of the arrangements we are featuring for Easter it's a bubble bowl with bulb on tulips accented with kiwi vine. The tulips are resting on a bed of recycled glass (from Wisconsin residents, made in Pulaski- how cool is that?)

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3 comments:

  1. Love the blog. The pictures are so beautiful and a sure sign that Spring will be here soon!
    S.P.

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  2. What a great blog. I love seeing what's new & happening at Petal Pusher. Your work is so creative and edgy! A creative team that provides the Green Bay area with floral "works of art."

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  3. S.P. Thanks!

    Anonymous- Thanks for the kind words! We really love what we do!

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