A 1950s Toaster Cover that looks like an English Cottage with Flower Gardens all around it. Design 692 Toaster Cover pattern in the form of a PDF instant download. All patterns are taken from our collection of Vintage patterns. All designs are out of print and hard to find. Each pattern is in public domain. Included; • A black and white copy of all directions • Five pages total for the house pattern and embroidery • The pattern will print on 8.5x11 inch paper • Vintage Color Crayon…
Best Public Garden Winners: 2014 10Best Readers' Choice Travel Awards Located in Victoria, British Columbia, the Butchart Gardens have been blooming for more than 100 years on the site of an old limestone quarry. Today, they're considered one of Canada's best public gardens. The famous Sunken Garden features colorful beds of annuals, flowering trees and shrubs, and the Butchart Rose Garden houses one of the best collections in the world.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, England Commonly referred to as the Kew Gardens, these public gardens in London comprise more than 300 acres and constitute the world’s largest collection of living plants. Springtime means an explosion of color from more than 5 million bulbs, which carpet the 250-year-old gardens with crocuses, irises, tulips, daffodils, snowdrops and bluebells. As the season progresses, you’ll find nasturtiums, violas, pansies and a host of other flowers
lilithsplace: ‘View of the Public Gardens’, c. 1905 - Clarence Gagnon (1881–1942)source:
South Shore Charter Public school discovered an ingenious way to reuse Green Mountain K-cups instead of throwing them in the trash. The Waste Watcher project collects the used K-cups from our teacher lounges each week and recycle the grounds into our gardens. We also mix the grounds into our composter. After the cups are emptied, we then reuse them to start our plants for Spring. As you can see, we have two great uses for your product: a fresh cup of coffee everyday and flowers each spring.