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  • Reply Botanic Bleu

    I was strolling along through your weekly Thursday Favorite Things post and spotted the juniper branches from my back porch’s potting bench as part of your Pin Away Wednesdays. Of course, I had to hop over here to see all your wonderful suggestions for Winter Garden Inspiration since I love winter gardening! Thank you so much for including my back porch potting bench. The thrill of seeing my work on another person’s blog never fails. Thank you for making my week!

    So glad to see your Pin It Wednesdays post will be continuing… Best wishes for a wonderful 2020 school year.


    January 3, 2020 at 12:00 am
  • Reply Katie Mansfield

    Gorgeous inspiration. Our Texas summers are brutal but we do get to enjoy Pansies all winter long. Mine are gorgeous this year. I’d love some snow though every now and again. Glad to see that you are getting into a routine since you are back at work.

    January 14, 2020 at 7:39 pm
  • Reply Rita C at Panoply

    I couldn’t love this post any more, Amber! I pinned it. There is so much beauty in winter greens in an otherwise bleak and gray landscape! Hellebore was the last plant I planted in my landscape before we sold and moved. I only got to see it one season, but it it so pretty in late winter….

    January 12, 2021 at 8:13 am
  • Reply Debra

    I adore your beautiful winter arrangements. I had so much fun looking at them just now. My mom is a wonderful florist, self made, very particular. She is 86, in assisted living, and told me she wanted to decorate her two small room with rustic pots. I have pinned several ideas on my Pinterest boards, but have been looking for pots like you have pictured. She mentioned Victoria magazine, as I believe she saw an idea of what she had in mind, but I couldn’t find it. Do you know where I can find smaller rustic pots? I am an artist and could antique them if necessary.

    March 9, 2021 at 4:12 am
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