With St Patricks Day coming, I'm thinking of green. Not your traditional green shamrocks, but the softer greens of nature.
With the possibility of a freeze showing up soon, we haven't added plants to the front patio yet this year. It's hard not to because all the garden centers are stocking up with plants already.
Here's what I long to see in the entrance way again. These pictures are from previous years and help me to remember that it won't always be brown and drab outside!
We did buy some new larger pots for the front of the house. We're looking at bags of dirt and planning some upgrades to the yard, but I refuse to look at plants until Easter passes. It might surprise you to hear that it often snows on Easter weekend in Texas.
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It IS hard to wait, isn't it? I keep one eye on the calendar so I don't get tempted to run ahead of nature's realities!ReplyDelete
After all the warm weather we're due for a frost/freeze too, hope it doesn't do too much damage.ReplyDelete
Really pretty! The Sweet Potato vine is sensational - I love the color! Hope you do it again this year.ReplyDelete
The green plants make me so happy! I really think we should move to Florida. Winter, cold weather, and freezing temperatures drive me crazy. It's depressing. I love your outside pots.ReplyDelete
Sweet potato vines are one of my most favorite plants...they grow beautifully and don't have to constantly be babied. I was telling the hubster yesterday that some ferns would sure look pretty on the front porch of the new house...when we get it! :-) Love and hugs!ReplyDelete
I just love your Sweet Potato vine!!! It looks so pretty:) Have a great week.ReplyDelete
We are supposed to have a 70 degree day tomorrow and I am so looking forward to it! I want to plant flowers too but it still gets below freezing at night. I can't wait for spring to finally get here!ReplyDelete
Snow for Easter, oh my! Srping is slowly settling in Brittany, but we had a very rainy weekend!ReplyDelete
We have been having cold weather and snow and more snow is on the way for tomorrow.ReplyDelete
We woke up to snow covering the ground in NC yesterday, and I couldn't have been more shocked after 70 degree temperatures! I adore the sweet potato vine - so pretty! Happy Monday!ReplyDelete
I know exactly how hard it is to wait. We are having freezing temps through tomorrow after being in the 70's last week, our weather is a mixed bag for sure!ReplyDelete
All your flowers are lovely, but that little bunny caught my fancy.ReplyDelete