I’ve seen quite a few photos of hydrangeas on other blogs lately. These looked especially lush.
I just received word from Happy DIY Home– “We just published an updated, comprehensive guide on 27 perennial flowers that come back every year. It is completely free and you can find it here: https://happydiyhome.
Check it out
This vintage book of directions for making Macrame Plant Hangers or rather Macrame Pot Hangers and this huge twine were in the donations my friend Donna gave to my art teacher friend Bob.
In the seventies, I never used such a thick rope but instead a thinner white cord and some wooden beads.
Macrame belts were holding up lots of bell bottom jeans when I was in college.
Do you or have you ever done macrame?
This evening Steve and I went to the Holiday Dinner and the lights display Let it Glow at the Phipps Conservatory in Schenley Park. The food was good and there were flickering candles in glass lanterns lighting the curvy paths throughout the Conservatory. The winter lights in the darkness were festive and fun to see.
HYMN OF PROMISE is copyrighted so you’d have to click the title to read the words written by Natalie Sleeth.
What would your word be for this image today?
happening at the same time- simultaneously.
These colorful (but unidentifed) berries on a vine caught my eye! Highland Park, Pittsburgh.
The colors looked unreal.
*update 8:45 AM Sunday
Blog Reader L has sent Plant ID “The plant is ampelopsis.”
*update 9:04 from blog reader L
“Porcelain-berry (Ampelopsis brevipedunculata) was originally brought to the United States around the 1870’s as a landscape plant. Porcelain-berry is now recognized as an invasive plant, which can quickly overwhelm and displace native plants.Sep 7, 2006”
thanks for the info L
Fairy Gardens at Franklin Park Conservatory in Columbus OH.
Miniature gardens on display when I visited with Laura and Charlie and the Columbus Baby Wearing mothers and their kids.