My Alpine Home

Monday, June 16, 2014

Creating Rooms in the Garden part three. . .The Kitchen

I can’t think of a better place to have an outdoor kitchen than close to the herb garden.

Rustic as it may be, this stove is a real beauty!

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Rhubarb and Chives flourish. 

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Impatiens and Begonias are planted in this shady cooking area.

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Feathery Fennel gives you a whiff of black licorice.

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Lemon Balm and Marjoram bury a vintage plow.

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Unruly mint is contained in galvanized buckets.

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Directly across from the kitchen is the vegetable garden. While the tomatoes, peppers, beets, cucumbers, and squash  are still small, the lettuce and cabbage have gotten very large.

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Although it’s not by the stove, every outdoor kitchen needs a sink.  Where else are you going to corral those dirty dishes?

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Next we’ll be touring our ‘outdoor bath’.

Till then, I’ll be in the kitchen, cookin!

hugs,

Jann

p. s. Thanks to Kathryn over at The Dedicated House for featuring my Summer Time Fun Porch  post.

I will be sharing with:

Thoughts from Alice for Sundays at Home

Lavender Garden Cottage for Cottage Style Party

Fishtail Cottage for Garden Party

A Joyful Cottage for Every Room in the House-Outdoors

27 comments:

Junkchiccottage said...

Good Monday Morning Jann. I love your garden pictures. Love love love that you repurposed the old stove for a potting bench and love the planted old sink. So much fun to re love these old vintage pieces into the garden. Yours is just awesome.
Kris

Liz @ Sit With Me In My Garden said...

Boy if that isn't cute! You really have "pots" on your stove (garden bench) !! Love the wash sink- too cute! Sometimes I wish I could plant my real one with something and walk away! Your cabbage are coming along really well and so is your herb garden. What a fun post!

Sarah~Magnolia Surprise said...

Love your kitchen! You have some very clever ways of planting your garden :)
This year, I just have a bit pot of tomatoes, now with five showing up!

cynthia lee designs said...

Love your outdoor kitchen flower garden...so pretty!!
hugs,
Cindy

Winnie said...

Your outdoor garden in sooooo beautiful!! I'm simply jealous Jann :)

The Polka Dot Closet said...

What a fun garden!! Herbs are about the only thing I grow, I love fresh herbs. Your potting bench is perfect!

Carol

Barbara said...

What a beautiful garden...I feel so inspired. Our tomato plants are still sitting in the pots I bought them in! But we do have fresh herbs growing that I absolutely LOVE! Oh and how I swoon over your potting bench.
XO Barbara

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

You are just too much fun, Jann!

You should share this at this linky party: HOME SWEET GARDEN at the blog CreativeCountryMom.com!

lynn said...

i'm loving the vintage sink and stove, jann! so creative to use these in your garden!

Rose L said...

You think of things I never would have! Such a unique, creative mind!!

Cynthia said...

Jann your garden is always so pretty. Love your touches and that stove made garden bench was so clever.

Cynthia

Laura Lane said...

I want to come and play!

Pamela Gordon said...

I love the old stove and the sink too! You've been very creative in your garden decor. Love it!

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

So cute, Jann! I don't know where you find the time to do all that gardening!

kitty said...

Oh my gosh Jann, I've so enjoyed touring your rooms!! You have such a fun, whimsical, vintage style that is so welcoming. Your patio is perfect for a chat and visit. I love the tablecloth with the yo yo trim! Thanks for all the inspiration. I'm going back for another stroll....

Nancy Reinke said...

My favorite is the plates in the sink. You are so clever, Jann! Tee hee. XX ~ Nancy

Kathy Moreland said...

Jann,
This is so amazing. Love the old sink and the plow. Just beautiful. Oh, the old range is perfect too!!

Stacey said...

Thank you friend for the feature. :)

Suzan Sweatman said...

It's just fabulous Jann!
I have the sink cabinet - need your stove next !
XOXO

Donna Wilkes said...

What healthy, beautiful plants in a wonderfully vintage setting.

Pondside said...

I love it all!....especially the plates in the sink! The old stove is certainly a rare find, and just perfect in the outdoor kitchen.

Jessica@CapeofDreams said...

This is cute. I love decorating with found objects.

Snap said...

Love the herb garden and the veggies. What a great recycle project!

Janice Kay Schaub said...

following. I love the stove and sink....lots of great ideas. I love making the garden interesting. Will be back
Janice

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Marie Blackburn said...

Oh my Jann, you have such a creative eye! I love the plates sitting upright in the dirt in your sink planter - so fun! What a great idea using an old wood burning stove for a potting bench - lov'n it! Your yard would be so much fun to browse through. Do you open your yard to local garden tour?
Marie@The Interior Frugalista

Nancy Reinke said...

Popping in to say your outdoor kitchen will be featured at Every Room In The House tomorrow, Jann. Thanks for sharing. xxx ~ Nancy