Archive for July, 2011

We survived the Heatwave

Posted on: July 26th, 2011

The WE referred to here, of course, are all the plants in the gardens.  Everyone made it through with flying colors, literally!  Purple poppies, blue and pink hydrangeas, crimson crocosmia, golden dill with orange zinnias, four different hues of bee balm, and the lovely white of Japanese willow, just to name a few pictured here.  A note to Mother Nature ~ Thank you so much for the rain yesterday!

Archive for July, 2011

We survived the Heatwave

Posted on: July 26th, 2011

Come see our new work and on going projects

Tour the studios of our member artists 11 am to 4 pm

2 Crocked Pots
5 Wheeler Street
Cohocton, NY 14826
607/664-7398  www.2crockedpots.com

Goff Creek Pottery
4400 Big Creek Road (CR 70A)
Bath, NY  14810
607/661-6617 www.goffcreekpottery.com

Rocky Hill Pottery
7544 State Route 415
Bath, NY 14810
607/765-8176  [email protected]

Alan and Rosemary Bennett Clay Fish
7660 Hickory Hill Road
Bath, NY 14810
607/776-3735  www.bennettclayfish.com

Archive for July, 2011

We survived the Heatwave

Posted on: July 26th, 2011
A favorite theme among our gardening friends is lily pads, especially when they are used as a water feature in the garden. This summer we are featuring a number of different styles from single pads that rest on the ground in varying sizes from 6 inches to 14 inches which are great for toads to hop in and get wet or for the bees who are among our most important pollinators in the vegetable garden and fruit trees. We also feature single and double tiered 22 inch pads on 8 inch high pedestals which work so nicely as a bird bath, and our great big three tiered sculptural bird bath with frog pond design.

Archive for July, 2011

We survived the Heatwave

Posted on: July 26th, 2011

Cascading tiers of lily pads with a lotus blossom at the very top sits upon a highly decorated sculptural pedestal featuring frogs hiding among the ferns and butterflies flitting just over the heads of the turtles climbing ashore.   34 inches tall x 22 inches wide.  Top separates from bottom for easy cleaning.  $675.00

Archive for July, 2011

We survived the Heatwave

Posted on: July 26th, 2011

One of our new sculptures for this summer season featuring a bird house on top and levels of water features. Once again, all of our work is frostproof which makes it marvelous because you can leave it outdoors in the winter!!! Who would not love to continue enjoying the garden and its sculptures during the long, long, cold, cold, snowy, snowy……winter?