Friday, June 17, 2011

Bern


I wonder what glad-hearted person created an oasis in this most unlikely place?

16 comments:

Evi said...

Et bien, moi je voudrais bien une fois faire l'expérience de vivre pendant une certaine période à un endroit comme celui-là, en pleine ville! Après celà une période dans un endroit complètement perdu et pour finir de retour chez moi, où l'on peut vivre de manière équilibrée.

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

All you need are a few inches and sunshine. I love the bright blue pots.

Joe said...

Somebody likes their greenery :).

Michael Rowland said...

I guess they climb out the window and sit in their the top of the world garden,,,M

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Love it! Small space gardening is all the rave right now.

And yes, my coffee pot really does say "do not hold over people." Good thing -- I have a bad habit of doing that. :)

Judy said...

How awesome is that!

Changes in the wind said...

Wonderful and boy does it stand out.

texwisgirl said...

laughing at nancy's follow up... weirdness!

anyway, that is a lovely little balcony! 'glad-hearted person'. i like that!

Out on the prairie said...

Gardens can really vary, I like the tiny pleasure found.

Meg said...

I love seeing things like this. It makes me smile!

Dawn said...

Oh I would like that balcony for mine. (Hope a pot doesn't fall...;))

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

i like that!
nice photos, as well.

betty

Randy said...

What a great little garden they created. Make the earth a little greener, that's what I say. Enjoy your Friday!

Marissa ♥ said...

What a beautiful little garden!

Trisha said...

I love this! As long as there is sunshine there should be a garden!! And a cute one at that :D

Leontien said...

haha quite lovely i must say!

Thanks for sharing
Leontien