Nothing says Christmas to me more than fresh greenery and I’ve been decking the halls around the Potting Shed with boughs of cedar, juniper, cypress and pine!
The window box is liner free, with the pumpkins and gourds replaced with a bird house nesting among the evergreens for the season~ magnolia, pine, juniper, cedar and a swag of tartan ribbon.
A new bright pair plaid wellies are kicking off the Christmas season, filled with greenery, pine cones and a pair of vintage red and green garden tools.
A wreath from Lynch Creek Farm, complete with a cardinal perched on a noble fir bough and cheery red bird house, migrated from the porch to hang in welcome on the Potting Shed door.
A ‘Feed and Seed Quality Plants, Bulbs, Seeds & Tools’ sign sits atop an olive bucket filled with pine cones, greenery and a pair of vintage garden tools. I found the sign at Antique Farmhouse several months ago. I loved the vintage look and color combination of red and green for the Potting Shed and to add a cheery garden note. The red and green works year round with colors of the Potting Shed, and adds a nod to the season with traditional Christmas colors.
This Fair-Acre Feed metal chicken feeder came home with me from a favorite antique mall this summer.
I loved the graphics and gave it a spray of clear matte sealer to help protect them from fading in the elements. I filled the chicken feeder with Leyland cypress and pine cones to sit on the porch of the Potting Shed for a pop of Christmas red and green.
My birdhouse shovel got a little ‘sprucing up’ with Christmas greenery and red plaid ribbon to celebrate the season.
“Fresh is the best” is my motto when it comes to greenery!
To kick off the holiday season, I’m joining 5 other bloggers with a Holiday Home Tour with Lynch Creek Farm and a wonderful giveaway to help you deck the halls and feather your nest!
Fly over HERE to enter to win a wreath or a centerpiece from Lynch Creek Farm!
This giveaway is open through midnight, Sunday, December 3rd to residents of the continental U.S. and Canada.
Good Luck and Merry Christmas Nesting!