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Decorating in Mid-Winter

Decorating in Mid-Winter

I’m a person who often leaves Christmas lights and holiday decor up as long as possible…sometimes too long. I remember the year when I finally went to take down my wreath in the spring and birds had nested in it. Since I couldn’t disrupt the nesting...
Plant A Rain Chain

Plant A Rain Chain

When I was speaking at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show in Seattle I passed by the Cowdawg Creations booth and saw their Water Lily rain chains. It was love at first sight and I knew immediately what I would do with one. My house isn’t suited for using a...
Make A Rustic Trellis For Annual Vines

Make A Rustic Trellis For Annual Vines

I wanted to grow some moonflower vine by my deck but there wasn’t the perfect place to put a trellis. Unless I was willing to suspend something from the nearby deck framing. That open space, and some cedar branches, came together in the following weekend...
Tillandsia (Air Plant) Chandelier

Tillandsia (Air Plant) Chandelier

As I was pondering how I’d keep my Tillandsia plants happy outdoors this year, my eyes fell on a wire chandelier style candle holder. Perfect! I used the following materials: Cling florist clay Bark-covered wire Green Craft Wire CedarFresh Cedar Flower Rings...
Constructing A Plant Hut or Tipi

Constructing A Plant Hut or Tipi

This summer, why not plant a hut, tipi, or other shelter? These are easy to make and fun to cover with a variety of fast growing, annual vines. Here’s what you need: Stakes, sticks, or poles – green/fresh wood is best because it’s pliable but dried...
Plant A Garden With A Message

Plant A Garden With A Message

If people were fleeing from you in droves and trying to get as far from you as they could…if they were grumbling about your presence, or out-and-out swearing¬†at you for being near them, you’d take the hint and leave, right? Unfortunately winter just...

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