There's nothing like a punch of brightly colored fresh flowers to bring in spring. Bringing the flowers inside during this chilly month really lifts the spirit!
Who says you can't tend roses in January? Well, you can if they're made from beautiful fabrics! They may not smell, but they're beautiful and surely FEEL better than live roses!
Why get a Landscape Design for your property? Having a master plan helps to create an extension of living space that reflects your lifestyle. A good plan creates functional spaces to enhance your property and the ways you use them. Plants are used in a variety of ways to create walls, shade, sound barriers, screen unsightly views, enhance pleasing views, attract wildlife, protect from winds, direct water flow, and enhance the overall appearance of your home, most likely your biggest investment.
Isn't she just beautiful? Baptisia australus, also known as Blue Indigo or Wild Indigo is a native plant of the midwestern prairie. The name originates from the greek word to dye for. Sure is living up to that claim, isn't she?
Nothing more exciting about early spring bulbs to brighten your day!
What's a girl to do when she can't design a garden? Design anything she can get her hands on! I had a random opportunity to put my skills to use designing a salon and the decor. Almost finished! The church hats were the icing on the cake, working with silk flowers has me itching to get out in the garden!
Admiration of this beautiful cardinal brought my attention to the swelling buds of the tree, a sure sign spring is just around the corner!
A winter garden in the midwest? Of course it's possible! Using design principles like form and texture are key factors when colors are absent. A variety of plant forms with different textures helps to capture freshly fallen snow to create a beautiful winter scene.