English rose

Ordered/planted this "Old English Rose" appx 15 yrs ago.next to the garage/water faucet. Smells wonderful but only holds bloom for a few days. It must love the outdoor faucet water. 'William Morris' David Austin Old English Rose blooms every year:)

Love this for the spring.

Yellow Lemon & White Flower Centerpieces in jars or vases. Perfect for Spring or Summer parties. BBQ's, Picnics, Outdoor Wedding, or Showers.

Hydrangea Cityline® Rio  This compact Bigleaf Hydrangea offers mildew-resistant foliage and strong stems holding lush, 6in flower heads -- deep blue-purple on acid soils, pink on alkaline -- with striking green eyes. Cityline® Rio is part of a German series bred for low, tight-growing habit that requires little or no pruning. Flowers on old wood. 'Ragra' PPAF

Hydrangea Cityline Rio This compact Bigleaf Hydrangea offers mildew-resistant foliage and strong stems holding lush, flower heads -- deep blue-purple on acid soils, pink on alkaline -- with striking green eyes. For bridesmaids bouquets.

So great!

spilled milk flowers:) I love this idea & I have a couple milk cans & live in the heart of milking Vermont.

I am amazed that they can grow like this.

How to Grow Tulip Bulbs in Water

I love love love tulips Indoor Tulips . Step 1 - Fill a glass container about of the way with glass marbles or decorative rocks. Clear glass will enable you to watch the roots develop . Step 2 - Set the tulip bulb on top of the marbles or stones!

paint and hang an old tire and use it as a planter (looks neat AND you're recycling)

repurposed tire planter - I will so do this with the old tire swing under the Live Oak tree - something that loves shade.

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Wind chimes from shells and beach glass! If I ever get wind chimes or live at the beach I'll be doing this!

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"I imagine a line, a white line, painted on the sand and on the ocean, from me to you." Hearts in Nature. Hearts in Life.

.daisies

taggartjames: “ love daisy’s, I can’t get enough of them…. in my garden, I have several different sizes of them from the tiny daisy’s of the Flea bane, all the way up to Shasta Daisy’s that are over


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