put a spring in your step
crocus and moss
Hmmmm...I often find old nests while walking along the creek and woods with the dog and cats. Starting plants in them and then planting in the flowerbed or garden would eliminate the need for starting pots, and the nest would not only be an interesting feature but would also eventually break down, adding organic matter and some bird poop to the planting area.
sweet little nest
for my door
lovely The world's oldest - that's what Easter onions, eggs and feathers are. They kiss and willow are the backbone of most Easter decorations, I pull together here at home. The problem with a particular grape hyacinths is that they tend to grow up and start hanging less beautiful with time. This is my latest invention, Easter Aquarium, delightful. Glasvasens high-cut support fine and I also avoid soil and grass on the table (sometimes it goes...