Gifted to me by a former student; adding to my cactus and succulent collection, and so happy to do so. I can’t live without plants, and I appreciate low maintenance ones.
I’d always like my collection to be larger, but alas, the ones I do have, are currently doing really well and it makes tending and caring quite easy. What kinds of house plants do you like?
When you live in New England, there’s nothing better than the first delicious bites of summer fruits and berries. I mean, really. We wait all year for a strawberry to taste like a strawberry. This is what I call a bowl of heaven.
Going through its fourth blooming of the year already. This plant is magical and must just have the perfect amount of light.
Tending to my succulents. This spikey variety is one of my favorites–and now a part of the Macro May Pool.
I’m obsessed with succulent plants; but lately, I’ve been really focused, extra keen, what not on jade plants in particular. My mum purchased me this adorable one a few weeks back and he finally has a home in the perfect planter.
Making my apartment feel more like spring, which after last night’s heavy snow and wind, seems too far off to even dream.
After gaining the idea from my friend Amy, I decided to make some plant terrariums for my Mum and sister-in-law for Christmas gifts. Let me tell you, it seemed simple, but was actually quite difficult to get everything lined up and planted nicely in our little glass tins. Mackenzie, ever the helpful friend, made 2,Continue reading “xmas gifted, #4.”
It’s nice to have weekend guests. I love the cleaning and prepping that comes with such visits–and since its Halloween this weekend, I thought my out of towners might like to be pleased by some orange fresh cut roses. They look really gorgeous on the dining table.
Tending to the few plants I have about my apartment; mostly succulents, in bright pots.
a meal made of mostly items from the garden, like fresh tomatoes, basil, onion, garlic–and a a kick of white wine and fresh mozzarella for excitement.