Wednesday, November 12, 2014

J. Woeste in Los Olivos


J. Woeste is one of my favorite destinations when my mom, sister, and I make our annual "girl's trip" to Central California, where we call Solvang our home base for a long, wonderful weekend.  

~ raven scarecrow! ~


J. Woeste is nestled in the charming town of Los Olivos, a short drive Northeast of Solvang. It's where I buy many of the aged terracotta pots that you seen in my posts. 

I always stock up on them when I visit, and excitedly fill them with beautiful flowers and petite lemon cypress for our home. They not only have an extensive collection, but I love that all their pots are made in Italy!

Although my sights were set on terracotta pots and lemon cypress, I thought it would be fun to share a few of my favorite J. Woeste finds this year . . .




~ TALL, slender terracotta pots . . . LOVE ~


I LOVE this basket weave pot! Isn't it beautiful!?!




And look at these darling 'garden homes' made of metal. They stand approximately two-feet tall . . . and would add a classical touch of whimsy to any garden.





I fell in love with this hand-painted rooster. Isn't she amazing!?
                        Oh! And look at the beautiful pot that she's nestled in!




There were so many Fall and Christmas inspired hand-made garden ornaments like these Christmas trees. They're even prettier in person!





. . . and perhaps one of my favorite finds was this towel holder. I love the charm she adds to my kitchen!




As always, I felt so inspired after our visit and stroll through this beautiful and unique nursery!

You'll see the aged pots that I bought this year filled with Fall-colored pansies running down the center of our Thanksgiving table this year. Stay tuned!



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14 comments:

  1. I don't think I could have left without one of those metal houses. Love. And the terra cotta pots en masse like that make my teeth hurt.

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  2. I love that scarecrow - I just recently subscribed and I can see this is going to be fun following you.
    Love those terra cotta pots too!
    Carole @ Garden Up green.

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  3. I love your posts! I especially love the "hand-painted 'ROOSTER'" that you refer to as a "she", and I wish I could take her-him home. I am going to look them up online to see if they have a site. I loved all their things, but especially enjoy your blog! It is one of my absolute favorites! hugs from California! Nanny

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    1. Hi JustNanny! Welcome!
      Please come by and visit often :0)
      Have a great weekend,
      Suzanne

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  4. What a neat place! The towel holder and metal houses are my favorites. How fun to shop there with your mom and sister!

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  5. Suzanne,
    I'll have to stop by this place next time we head up north. I love Los Olivos and have been through on a central valley wine tour.
    The towel holder is my favorite.
    Karen

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  6. Hi --- Was looking at the name wondering why it was so familiar and then realized it was THAT J. Woeste! We go there at least twice a year when staying at the Alisal Ranch outside of Solvang. However, we come down from the north. What a great place and don't think many people leave the place without buying something. It's a place that even appeals to men - my husband loves to walk around and look at everything. If I'm with my girlfriend we usually go up the main street to a wine tasting (across from what used to be the Tin Alley) and buy a "flight" of mini-cupcakes. Glad you love this place too and you've a great website of your own. MMR

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  7. What a gorgeous store! I'd definitely love to visit:)

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  8. Oh, I'd definitely like to visit this garden center. Love the pots, and the little garden houses.

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  9. What a dangerously wonderful spot! I especially love the houses and garden ornaments~
    Jenna

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  10. Suzanne, What a fun "girl's annual get together"!! When we go on a road trip up north, we always try to stop by
    J. Woeste. One of my favorite's! Love all the beautiful plants and gifts. I can't leave without buying one thing.
    Thanks so much for sharing your photos on Simple & Sweet Fridays. Each week I look forward to what you've been working on. Have a wonderful weekend!
    Hugs,
    Jody

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  11. I love the metal houses! I'd love to have some like that. I bet your garden is going to look amazing! Glad I found this on Friday Unfolded. Pinned and followed you (jody53)

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  12. That sounds like a wonderful place to visit, I love the Christmas tree oranaments. Thanks for linking up to Sweet and Savoury Sunday, stop by and link up again. Have a great day!! Laura@Baking in Pyjamas

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  13. Great post! Thanks for sharing.

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