More Garden Junque: Wonderful Windows

I love this time of year. As each day grows warmer and brighter with the suns rays shining down upon me, I feel those butterflies well up in my stomach. I’m enjoying the time that I can spend outside cleaning my flower beds, dividing my plants and mulching my gardens. March and April were quite difficult to take for us gardeners, at least for us in the Thumb of Michigan. I really can’t complain though… after all, I have my greenhouse where it’s summer everyday.

Well, lets move on with more garden junque- that is sure to cure the faint of heart! I’ve seen lots of great ideas on windows lately and have been able to get lots of great photos. You can see lots of them on For Dragonflies And Me Facebook page at
https://www.facebook.com/pages/For-Dragonflies-And-Me/550000798362651 . Please take a trip over there and LIKE & SHARE my page with all your gardening friends.

Here are some nifty ideas on how to re-purpose old windows:

Here I have an old paned window on the side of my potting shed.

Here I have an old paned window on the side of my potting shed.

*Simply hang a window on a porch wasll or the side of a potting shed to give the illusion of a window. I like to put grapevine or bittersweet over the window, cascading down on one side to give it a warm and homey feel.

This window is on the wall of my front porch over an old table.

This window is on the wall of my front porch over an old table.

*Paint a picture on the glass of a window.

*Make a coat rack! This photo is actually a French door… but there just a bunch of windows, right!

This is actually a French door.

This is actually a French door.

*Use a window for the back of a potting table.

Cute back to a potting table

Cute back to a potting table

*Create an organizer.

window pane organizer

*Window pane mini greenhouse. I’ve shown this idea before, but thought it was worth sharing again.

This is my mini window green house. It's so happy!

This is my mini window green house. It’s so happy!

These are only a few of the many ideas. If you have some ideas that you’d like to share, please go to Dragonflies Facebook and post your photo there. I’d love to see them.

Happy Day Friends,
Jean

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