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kitchen window beginning vines


WyckedWood
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I put in the overgrown vines that will b the roses for the kitchen window. Ive been looking fw to doing this window, its my favorite window of the house. I don't think I will use the ivy this time, because I don't want to cover the design on this window box and I also want to save what I have left of the ivy for the front of the house. I realize how unrealistic this is....with the large tree like vines in this box...but I think when I get to the stage of actually doing a landscaped base, I will make it look like the vines broke through the bottom of the box and will grow a little beneath it too...just a thought...but I also don't care if its unrealistic, I love the abundance of the flowers around the windows. I have some flower kits to "plant" in this box too. I love stages like this, where you know the house will never look quite the same again:-)

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I like the way the light is showing on the house. In my case - I would have used tea leaves! For some reason, I can't deal with the smell of coffee. Something must be the matter with me!

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Thanks Kelly I think so too, Im not saying Im looking fw to cutting out more leaves but...no pain no gain lol. Patricia, it can b a little strong, I agree:)

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I love it, and have seen roses break out of a box and send roots down so it is realistic. But right now, without blooms, it's soooo hag! It looks great!

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