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Mother's Day Event # 7 Plow and Hearth

Doesn't this look nice!
Hey Neighbors!

I am really enjoying this event so far!  There have been several great gift ideas for Mother's Day and I am ready to add another.  Plow and Hearth sent me their Tricycle Fountain.  This would make a perfect Mother's Day gift idea!  It looks great on my front porch.  You could actually place it in the yard or perhaps even inside if you have the room.  It does run on electricity so make sure you have an outlet nearby.

With the ivy in place.

The Tricycle Fountain is really nice.  The tricycle holds a pitcher, 3 bowls and a flower pot.  The water flows from the pitcher near the handlebars down through the 3 bowls. The water recycles back to the pitcher through a rubber tube.  The flower pot sits on the front of the tricycle.  You do have to assemble it once it comes in, but it only took us about 20 minutes.  It was very easy to put together.  Once you have it all together, you place the bowls and pitcher in their holders, put the pump in the bottom bowl and fill the lower bowl with water.  You might want to place the tricycle where you want it before putting the water in!  Anyway, once you have it all positioned plug it in and enjoy!

Now, I set mine up outside my work window here at home on my front porch.  Not only can I see it, but on nice days I can open my window and listen to the water running.  Very soothing sound.  Mine is sitting on a small table.  I already purchased a small ivy plant to place in the flower pot.  I think it will look gorgeous after the ivy grows long enough to start wrapping around the frame. We also took a few pictures of it out in the yard so you could see a different look.

Up close to the lower water bowls.
Let me tell you a little about the Tricycle Fountain.  It is self-contained.  You receive a glazed ceramic pitcher, 3 bowls and a flower pot.  The iron tricycle itself has a verdigris finish.  The measurements are 24-1/2"L x 10-1/2"W x 17-3/4"H.   You can purchase the Tricycle Fountain from Plow and Hearth for $69.95 plus shipping.

The flower pot.

Rear wheel design.
While searching the Plow and Hearth website I saw several other things that would make great Mother's Day gifts.  I personally also liked the 5-Tier Ceramic Table Top Fountain, and the Beatrix Fabric Tote Collection

One neighbor will be receiving a $50 GC in this Mother's Day giveaway from Plow and Hearth. (US only) 

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive the Tricycle Fountain for review purposes.  All thoughts and opinions are entirely mine.

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Tammy S said…
The Set of 3 Painted Woodland Gnomes would make a great Mother's day gift. :)
Tammy S said…
My Pin
The Women's Rylan Slippers
RaettigFamily said…
Women's Patterned Garden Boots
Patricia N said…
My mom would love the Gardentopia Birdbath
PMNSL95 at triad dot rr dot com
Unknown said…
Madison Meadows Polyresin Rabbit Garden Sculpture
Kimberly said…
I like the Large Cabin Bird Feeder
Unknown said…
Hope said…
I think the Bear Hug Body Pillow is something my Mother would like!
Kimberly said…
I know my mom would love the Oversized Metal Cloverleaf Wind Spinner Garden Art. I think it would look pretty in the wind.
kirbycolby at gmail dot com
ShellyH said…
Well, hurricane Irene destroyed all of my wind chimes last year and I was just over on Plow & Hearth's site and saw beautiful windchimes that I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to have! So that would be my pick for sure!
Ashley H said…
my mom would like the Sleepy Hollow Cottage Birdhouse
thank you!
debijackson said…
sleepy hollow cottage birdhouse
Anne said…
This might sound like I didn't bother to look around but after I did I can actully say Iblove the Fountain on the post
latanya t said…
Earth® Women's Imagine Sandals
scottsgal said…
solar blue gazing ball for the garden
msboatgal at
CeeCee said…
Marisa said…
The flower pod chairs would make a lovely gift.
Darlene said…
Another product that looks good is Tin Virginia Extra Large Peanuts
Unknown said…
I have been wanting an arbor for my garden area since moving in over 10 years ago and I do REALLY like the Vienna one at Plow and Hearth!

ejrichter60 at gmail dot com
Anne N. said…
I like this bird feeder Metal Mesh Multi-Tier Mixed Seed No-No Feeder
Definitely an outdoor wreath that sings Spring greetings! Two of my favorites are the Wild Daisy Wreath and the English Lavender Bouquet Wreath.

(Jesselyn A/Jesstinger)
1porkchop said…
The Boy With Flashlight And Frog Solar Garden Statue looks like something my wife would like
Danielle S said…
I would get three of the 24 oz. Stainless Steel Wide-Mouth Water Bottles
Danielle S
Danielle S said…
Here is the URL of my Pin
Danielle S
Lynda Del said…
I like the Pine Cone Candleholders.
lyndadawinda1074 at yahoo dot com
Patricia N said…
My pin:
PMNSL95 at triad dot rr dot com
Kimberly said…
I pinned a rocking chair for our office/future nursery for baby #2.
kirbycolby at gmail dot com
Wanda McHenry said…
Somehow my blog post comment didn't show up from hours ago??

I like the Powder Coated Iron Scrollwork And Lattice Garden Arbor

Wanda McHenry
Wanda McHenry said…

Wanda McHenry
I would love to get a planter like this one for my mom-

gina.m.maddox (at) gmail (dot) com

gina.m.maddox (at) gmail (dot) com
tranch said…
The Women's Rylan Slippers
hendy said…
My mom would love the Hand-Painted Wooden Hall Table for her entryway
hendymartin1 at yahoo dot com
hendy said…
I pinned the 3 tier waterfall;
hendymartin1 at yahoo dot com
Laura Jacobson said…
I think the July 2012 Garden Basket With Pre-Planted Bulbs would be perfect for Mothers day!
landfjacobson @
MamaStace said…
I like the Flying Hummingbird Solar Mobiles With Bright LEDs.

Niecey said…
I have a thing for solar lights. I think the Solar-Powered Glowing Sun Jar would make a great gift

nieceyd at gmail dot com
Christy said…
I bought one of the gnomes from them a couple years ago for my Hubby and we loved it. Would love to shop there again!!

Anonymous said…
I think the sleep hollow cottage birdfeeder. Jessica Hetrick
Missy L said…
Their classic quilts looks beautiful and comfy
benz1171 said…
Spring Bulb Flower Garden.
The Fuchsia Olivia Jute Tote With Removable, Coordinating Scarf would make a great Mother's Day gift
Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net
I pinned a product (the Madison Meadows Polyresin Rabbit Garden Sculpture)
Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net
I love the Corrosion-Resistant Tubular Steel Garden Bench with Wrought Iron Scrollwork Back

Thank you for hosting this giveaway

pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com
Connie Bolick Lee said…
I think the planter with trellis would make a good mother's day present
michedt said…
I'd love to have the Window-Mount See-Through Clear Plastic Bird Feeder.

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