|Adorable multicoloured green roof seen at Joy Creek Nursery near Portland|
Winter 2015 is for the birds – and so are these nifty birdhouses. That’s just about all I have to say on this record-setting-cold-streak, Almost-Wordless Wednesday. Except: Enjoy!
|Give your fine feathered friends the licence to move in. This great recycle even looks like the roof is InsulBrick – a good grippy texture for itinerant mosses. Seen at Bella Madrone near Portland OR.|
|Charming Quebecois-style red roof in a Quebec garden. Strangely, it reminds me of a cartoon character. Maybe Pogo.
(Do you see faces in everything, too? It’s called pareidolia.)
|Rather swish abode for an avian family in Pittsburgh PA|
|This zigzag bird condo in an east Toronto garden looks like something from Dr. Seuss. I think I like it, Sam I Am.|
|Ceramic birdhouses by Kennedy Creek Pottery were spied at Joy Creek. The green one followed me home.|
I love birdhouses! What a fun selection. They are both art and function!
That top one is exquisite! Yes, bah humbug on the winter here too. More yucky stuff is on its way. ~~Dee
This is a charming selection of birdhouses. Thanks for the fun!
I absolutely love fancy, funky birdhouses and these are so cool! If I hadn't missed the pottery ones at Joy Creek, they would have followed me home, too. :o)
Helen girl I am a birdhouse fan but never thought about creating a "green" roof on one .. now that has really caught my attention ! I'm thinking some of my smaller sedums would be perfect !
They are all gorgeous … I wonder what it is that makes us "gaga" over these tiny perfections?
Now I will be obsessed with them ! haha
PS .. congrats on your acquisition girl !