Little Water Gardens

Posted by @basilbe on
For a N.E. gardener, winter is certainly a time to plan, but I still like to enjoy my gardens and share them with others. The ground is frozen, but with clippings from perennials, herbs, and common houseplants, I can make small arrangements that please me and often surprise guests.

Pretty vases, small crystal bowls, with sand, florists' glass beads, marbles, buttons, or small garden ornaments at the bottom, can anchor anything a gardener chooses to display in an arrangement. Herbs, such as rosemary, and many common houseplants can contribute to your water garden and can be rooted while serving you in your small tableside display so that you can plant them later to pass on and spread your pleasure and creation.

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I love gardening down by our Salmon Spawning Creek! by jeannehannahJun 26, 2017 10:58 AM0

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