Thursday, May 16, 2013

A What's it

Our house got a new roof. They were amazing, fast, and super neat.
If you live in NH I would recommend them for sure.

I came home and planted my dahlia's. My tree that is in the header
of my blog is in full bloom and smells soo good. It just hums
with the bees in it.

My yard is just wonderful right now. But very very buggy
those black flies are awful!

Ok this is a what's it! I am using it for around my peony's,
but what was it's original use? It has two handles you can see them on each side.
I hope things are blooming in your yard. Have a great weekend!


Rugs and Pugs said...

Your yard looks wonderful. I love this time of year. Everything is so green.
Whatever it is, it is a perfect peony cage. Obviously some kind of carrier at one time.
Hugs :)

Nellie said...

That is good work on your roof!

Yes, we have had things blooming around here for about six weeks. The knock out roses are in full bloom now, and our Lily of the Valley is waning.

Dog Trot Farm said...

Hi Cathy, the westerly wind kept the black flies at bay today, but once the wind dies down inside the house we go. These past few days the weather has been lovely, I think we have earned it don't you? Have a good evening, Julie.

Judy said...

Looks like my tomato cages. I think they make special, shorter ones for use with Peonies--to keep them from bending over and laying on the ground. I don't know for sure. Your yard is amazing--isn't this the best spring for blooms we have had in a few years?

Unknown said...

Lovely photos...make them larger please!

Rose H (UK) said...

Hi Cathy, hope you and David are well.
Looks like the roof was a BIG job, but how nice to fine good workers that do the job so efficiently :o)
Your blossoms and lily of the valley look fab! I like the idea around your peony - but what was it? Sorry no idea.
Have a fun weekend.
Rose H

Stacy said...

It's a tomato cage. It is supposed to keep them from falling over.

svelteSTUFF said...

Looks like an elaborate Tomatoe cage to me...

Unknown said...

Can't tell how big it is in the picture but my 1st thought is a caaning jar rack that you put in the big canning pot and use the handles to lift the jars out. Whatever it was it's NOW a great Peony bush structure!!!

Kim said...

yeah, I thought it was a tomato cage too, but also figure that's too easy. You would give us a harder teaser than that! Lol
It is a big job (and expensive) but it feels good when you get a new roof and know all is secure. We had a great experience 2 years ago also. They were fast and so tidy!

Larkrise garden girl said...

Hi Cathy,Your yard looks so pretty. I love your potting shed.Miss B is so cute!Hugs Cheri

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

We've been lucky in OOB, no black flies, I think it's the sea breeze! A friend of mine had a terrible bout of them in Hancock!

yaya said...

Your yard is so beautiful! Our trees like your header pic have bloomed and are now done and leafed out. I think that thing is a tomato cage. We used them for our tomatoes anyway! Have a good week!