Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Lowe's - For all your home and garden needs



Lowe's is doing a brisk business as people prepare for the arrival of spring in Central Florida.

31 comments:

B SQUARED said...

How did we ever survive before them?

brattcat said...

This is not very kind of you, Jacob. The redness I'm manifesting...it may be wind burn...but it may be from you rubbing it in.

bfarr said...

They haven't unpacked the flower crates here yet. Still to cold. Shouldn't be long now though.

Halcyon said...

I like Lowe's a little better than Home Depot. I don't really know why - maybe because it's more convenient to my home. It's always a treat to walk through the garden center. I hope spring gets here soon!!!

magiceye said...

so picturesque!

uncertainhorizon said...

I love Lowe's that is what ours will look like aboit this time next month.

Don and Krise said...

I was looking at that first shot and thinking, a lawnmower is something you don't even need to own now isn't it?

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» spotted your dentist in there buying a masonry bit that was about three inches in diameter and about a foot-and-a-half long. He was saying something about your needing a root canal...

Olivier said...

il est immense, j'aime bien le parking a tondeuse ;)

Marie said...

How lucky you are to have a house and a garden!

VP said...

After such a harsh winter you'll be relieved...

Jim Klenke said...

I am ready for spring but I dont think mother nature is ready yet.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

This looks so familiar. Would you believe there's a Lowe's in East Gwillimbury? Yep, in the part of EG that's a natural extension of the big town of Newmarket. Lowe's looks just the same...except we don't have lawn tractors out front yet. :)

Small City Scenes said...

They all look the same don't they.

Flowers are here too. MB

Hilda said...

The only Lowe I know of is the ad agency.

Love the bright colors of everything here! So, how many flowering plants did you and Lois Anne get? :)

José luis said...

Pasear por esta tu casa, realmente es un placer y admirar tu trabajo, un saludo.

josé luis

lizziviggi said...

There's something not right about the homogenized flower market... whether in Bellingham or Ocala, you can go to Lowe's and see the exact same flowers for sale, despite the drastically different climates! I guess they know if we plant the wrong ones and they don't make it, we'll have to come back and buy more!

Lois said...

Another one of my favorite stores!

Memphis MOJO said...

I went to Lowe's just the other day, um, to get salt to melt snow on my driveway!!

Saretta said...

That's the kind of store my parents love and I run away from screaming in desperation! ;-)

Tricia said...

Poplar Bluff is too small to have a Lowes, but we have a Home Depot - Does that count? heheheee

Love the flowers!

Virginia said...

I still like small garden shops where you can actually get someone to help you that has a grain of sense about plants.
V

Bibi said...

Loew's always reminds me of my mother, who loves to shop and even browse there.

Daryl said...

Its Sephora for men and handy women

cieldequimper said...

Our garden centre will only stock geraniums in April or maybe the end of March!

Trillian said...

I like the strange architecture and colors of this building...nice photos Jacob!

Leif Hagen said...

Beautiful photos of spring plants! I'll be able to take photos like that in late May! BTW, do you really drink "moonshine?" I read that on one of your blog comments . . . .

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Well a woman came into the Taxaide today wearing a blouse with a pattern of flowers on it (underneath the sweater, jacket, and coat that she was also wearing.)
Thanks for the peek into the future!
Three Rivers Daily Photo

Lily Hydrangea said...

We have one of those stores in my neck of the woods, but without the flowers - I am so envious!
Yours looks cleaner & more organized too.

lewi14 said...

This picture reminds me that I can't wait for gardening.

Lisa Wilson said...

Good store! But arrival of spring already? Wow! We have a few more months of snow here.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson