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Plow and Hearth and My Deck!

Hey Neighbors!

Many of you have seen the pictures of the deck and now that we are actually receiving some spring-like weather I am beginning to decorate.  I am so looking forward to using the deck this year, and Plow and Hearth is helping that along!  Wait until you see how nice their wheelbarrow planter looks set up on the deck.  The wheelbarrow planter is available in two different sizes and ranges in price from $49.95-$79.95.


Above you will see how it arrived, and below will be some pictures of the assembly.  Pansy even wanted to help!  OK, actually she just watched.



First we put on the wheel and base assembly.  After that we slid the two sides and front and rear panel into place. Pansy watched the whole process!


Description from Plow and Hearth:

Garden Wheelbarrow Planters
Inspired by 18th-century wheelbarrows, these garden wagons look great by your porch or in your garden. Fill them with items appropriate for each season – pumpkins or mums in the fall, tulips in the spring, bright geraniums in summer.

Constructed of solid wood with steel legs and a functional wheel. Easy assembly.

• Wheelbarrow planter
• Solid wood construction
• Steel legs and funtional wheel
• Easy assembly

Size
Small 28"L x 13-1/2"W x 11"H
Large 39"L x 15"W x 15-1/4"H



What do you think so far?  Isn't this really nice looking?  It is so easy to put together!



Next we placed some flowers in the planter. I think I am going to try to get larger plants or maybe vines.  At first we placed it in front of our small fountain, but then I found the spot I really like it in.  It is between our two rocking chairs.


So, do you think this looks good?  Not only is the wheelbarrow planter from Plow and Hearth, but we also have their Amazing Grace Wind Chimes and Tricycle Water Fountain on the deck.  (I LOVE wind chimes!)



Now I just need to decide what else to add. We have already added extra plants, so I am thinking a small pond in the yard or maybe a couple of bird feeders or birdhouses.  I am not sure.  What do you think? We have the grill and dining tables, along with the deck chairs and tables just to sit down and enjoy. There is a foosball table on the deck and volleyball net in the yard. I think I would like to add a tetherball and the boys have a portable basketball hoop that needs set up yet. Take a look at the pictures and tell me what you suggest!


Plow and Hearth is one of my favorite websites to visit, and they have some spectacular sister stores as well. I always leave the site with a wish list! And the BEST news is, they are offering one neighbor At the Fence a $50 GC. Hurry up and enter the giveaway!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive product for review purposes. All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Comments

Tabitha said…
i'd like the Outdoor Or Indoor Wicker Rocking Chair And Side Table With Steel Frame
kayleefaith1228@aol.com
Darlene said…
I love Hand-Carved Wooden Footstools
DEBIJOT said…
I like the solar string lights with white LED lights.
Wanda McHenry said…
I really like the Lighted Glass And Metal Lotus Flower Self-Contained Fountain
http://www.plowhearth.com/lighted-glass-and-metal-lotus-flower-self-contained-fountain_p414042_s2008_d3063_c1123.html
Janet W. said…
I like the Set of 3 Handmade Recycled Metal Pig Garden Stakes.
latanya t said…
Energy Efficient Grommet-Top Insulated Curtains
Nancy said…
I love their Personalized Wedding Crock.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com
Angie Bailey said…
I love the Metal Vintage Truck Planters.
rubynreba said…
Boy with flashlight and frog solar garden statue
Unknown said…
I would love this planter--http://www.plowhearth.com/rolling-self-watering-tomato-planter-with-tower_p11241.html


Thanks for the chance to win!
wildorchid985 at gmail dot com
andrea v said…
Fully Adjustable Five-Position Multiangle Chair
Miranda said…
Solar Powered Rain Barrel Water Pump
Rochel S said…
I like the Women's Acorn® Easy Spa Ballet Slippers
Danielle S said…
I would get a few t-shirts
Ash said…
I love the 2x3 all-weather indoor/outdoor polypropylene four-seasons anywhere rug in scroll terra cotta

demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com
I love the Prospect Hill Outdoor Resin Wicker Chair

Thank you for hosting this giveaway

Louis
pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com
scottsgal said…
I like several of the fire pits for our patio
Ashley H said…
I love this flag http://www.plowhearth.com/cat-welcome-garden-flag-in-sueded-fabric_p1014071_s2004_d3057_c3116.html
Shelley P said…
I love the Stainless Steel Solar-Powered Fountain Birdbath with Copper Finish!!
LauraJJ said…
Oh I Love the Cedar Butterfly House!! That is so neat!! I would love to have more butterflies in my yard!
Laura Jacobson
mrs.mommyy said…
love the metal bench
ewhatley said…
I might choose a couple of Life is Good tee shirts.

mybeachylife at gmail dot com
Deb K said…
Wire Mesh Owl Hanging Bird Feeder
curliecue said…
i think my mom would love the Boxwood Waterhog Doormat. It's about time for us to retire the penguin/snowflake mat for the season.

Thanks!

lmlynch2 at gmail dot com
Teresa Moore said…
I like the Wooden Cape Cod Birdhouse.
BethElderton said…
I'd love the Set Of 4 Harvest Blessings Hand-Painted Ceramic Salad Plates...and the bowls and mugs, too :)
bethelderton59 at gmail dot com
love your decks arrangement and I like the solar powered outdoor lighting items that Plow & Hearth offer. You ask what other ideas would look good to add to your deck, and I just love it when you find a pretty planter, fill it with pebble rock choice, and then place solar lights in it for beauty to enjoy at night.This one from P&H is unique for many uses
http://www.plowhearth.com/solar-powered-rice-light-stakes_p12851_s2008_d3063_c1124.html
thanks great review & giveaway
sewitupjulie@gmail.com
I stopped by P&H facebook page today thanks BTW I left my email in my mandatory comment sorry, force of habbit (my email is in my contact on GFC thanks
https://www.facebook.com/plowandhearth/posts/643885342292968
Ellen said…
I would get the Unique Handcrafted Colorful Ceramic Talavera Planter

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