domenica 29 marzo 2009

Verde Mura!

There's a floral and plants exhibitions on the ancient walls around Lucca this week end! Unfortunately it's a bad weather...with sunshine everything appears better! Here they're some photos I took yesterday!

A view of the walls...

















roses....

















daffodils...

















citrus...

















topiary...

























home and garden accessories....

















hand-made baskets...

















...Tuscan food...

29 commenti:

Linea Verde 2 ha detto...

Ciao Vale,

oh meravigliosa, le foto, la città, con pecorino e salame.

bella domenica e un grande settimana

baci e abbracci

karin

Sandra... ha detto...

Hello Vale!
What a wonderful place for a walk and (of course) to buy something, or not??
The topiary with the heart form is so nice, I love it!!!
Enjoy your Sunday!! Hugs...

Welkom ha detto...

O my, even without the sun does it look great, those orange and lemon tree's. So nice!
And of the stand with the accessoires, i could defenetly find things to bring home with me,haha the bird cages,the chair in the back ,.....
Thanks for sharing Vale.
Have a good week!
Hugs Anita

Hilde Iren ha detto...

Wish I could be there! So much beautiful stuff and flowers - and the food! Thank you for sharing :)
Hugs from cold and sunny norway
Hilde :)

Naija ha detto...

hi
Wish I was there ;0 what did you buy or sell??

Nyperota ha detto...

Hello.

You have visit Norway,
and now I visit you : )

Very nice and beatiful
blog you have. Maby I
have to put you on my
favorite bloggs ; )

Au revoir.

Min Verden Hanne ha detto...

it is so beautiful - I almost have to cry... No, but I hate snow even more. Thak you for sharing theese beautiful photos! Have a nice week - I struggle along with the snow and I miss my garden. Hugs. H.

La Flotte ha detto...

Hi Vale, what a lovely stands where over there...I like the heart shape plant and the citrus trees.
I think this week the weather becomes much better but even you made lovely pictures to share.
greets Heidi

Ingrid in Umbria ha detto...

Cara,

Lucky you... Love the baskets. And... flowers without food - cheeses and veggies. Unthinkable. Siamo in Italia. Enjoyed your post! Bacione, Ingrid

mieletcannelle ha detto...

Coucou vale,
Lucca est déjà une magnifique ville que j'ai eu grand plaisir à visiter durant deux belles journées, mais avec un tel marché aux plantes et même sous la pluie, elle devait être encore plus magnifiée!
Gros bisous ensoleillés et iodés Vale.

Bertina ha detto...

Hello Vale,
Oh I would love to have a look over there, it looks so wonderful even though the weather was bad, unfortunately. Those heart-plants are so cute!
Have a nice week,
Greetings,
Bertina

Inspiration i vitt ha detto...

Hello Vale what a wonderful place to be on, so wonderful with so much roses and other beautiful plants, I love the hearts.
Hugs/Ingela.

revesdargile.canalblog ha detto...

Grazie per tuo complimento !!

Che belle giornata ai passato nel fiori e plante

baci

Mo

PS : scusi per mio povero italiano

Laura ha detto...

Greetings Vale! Thank you for taking us on your excursion.....it was so interesting to see all the garden accessories and hand made baskets....I would die for some Tuscan food right now !!:)Be well, Laura

Weißer Vintagezauber ha detto...

Hallo,
The market was huge and have bought yourself??????????The mauve plate of you last post is dreamlike.
>Kind regards>,
Elke. ;o)

Tone ha detto...

I am so glad I didn`t went to Lucca this weekend....I would have been out of MONEY!! - SO many and fantastic things to buy!!!
And those flowers!! - mh!
Still a lot of snow here...the only tulips I see, is the one in a vase inside.........
Have a nice day!!
Tone

Kirsi ha detto...

Your blog is so beuatiful, I really enjoy your photos.

Have a sunny week!

br,

Kirsi

Madeleine ha detto...

Hi Vale! Lovely hand made baskets and the flowers...oooh dear! I hope you enjoyed your weekend. =) Hugs Madeleine

Living by Milla ha detto...

Ohh, its beutyfull, such lovley things and flowers!
Now I got much to read,I`ve missed a lot on your blog.

Take care!
Hugs Camilla

me, myself, I ha detto...

Ciao!
Your blog is so beuatiful - Lucca est une ville sublime que j'ai visité l'été dernier...
J'adore les marchés typiques d'un pays, d'une région...even in the rain or under grey skies :)

me and alice ha detto...

Hello Vale!
Oh my how nice it looks! I could switch with you whenever you want!! Hi,hi...
Have a nice Monday!!
Hugs Susanne

Lilla Blanka ha detto...

Hi!

I love the lemontrees!!! I also like olivetrees and all the other beautiful trees you have in Italy.

How much are those trees, are they expensive? Here, an olivetree about 1 metre high costs about 50 euro.

I also love the market with all the birdcages and birdbath..!

Have a beautiful evening!
Mia

Janneke ha detto...

Heej Vale, didn't you get quit excited when you visited the market !! I see so many beautiful things :) Aaaah, those big bunches of daffodils, so pretty, so much spring !
Have a nice week.

Suzy's Vintage Attic ha detto...

Thank you for visting my blog and leaving lovely comments. I used to live on the French Riviera as a child but did not have an appreciation for flea markets etc..! I bet you have a great time when you go there. I must make a point of going back there sometime.
What a lovely looking place you have visited! I could spend hours looking around somewhere like that!
Isabelle x

Magny ha detto...

oooohhh..... what a sight....!
lovely flowers,- it`s spring!!

nice week to you,- magny

Maria Gabriela Costa ha detto...

pasea dejarte mis saludos y que tengas una buena semana, cariños
tallerdeartelarussacosta

English style ha detto...

Wow Vale, what a beautiul things there on the market !!
lovely baskets en bird cage/houses !

Styling by Coty Farquhar ha detto...

Hi Vale,

What a wonderful place,
I would love to come over and visit your area one day. Your photographs are great even though it was raining. It has been raining here in Australia all week.

It must of been nice for the plants to get a drink though.

xx Coty

ivanohe ha detto...

The weather was not good in France this week-end, and today , the rain was falling all the day. I look on your photography many things for the garden that would fit very well in the house too . I like also baskets and cages . (excuse my english !)
Have a good night and week. Cosette