Thank you for all your visits, comments, shares and Pins in 2020! I’m still surprised and humbled you find the time to visit my little blog and Potting Shed.
My Potting Shed turned 8 years old in September. We built it in 2012 before I’d ever heard of the concept or term, ‘She Shed’.
You see that first post, HERE.
While I don’t actually do any ‘potting’ inside my shed, it’s a place where my creativity blooms.
I’m sharing some flower therapy on a cold January day and look back at 2020, where I played, planted and puttered around the Potting Shed. Click on the links below if you’d like to see the complete post for more details and / or sources.
Bees are buzzing in the Potting Shed in anticipation of spring with an assortment of green and white blooms.
Thinking Spring table and DIY blooming centerpiece with bulbs, moss, eggs and birds for some nesting details
A favorite pair of floral wellies serve as vases to hang on the wreath, filled with azaleas, daffodils and blooming garden tools
Viburnum, Bridal Wreath Spirea, Lady Banks Rose and Eastern Bluebirds
Hopping down the bunny trail with Peter Rabbit. Snowball viburnum blooms resembling white bunny cottontails fill a watering can and mason jars.
Blue and white transferware and jars of white garden blooms
A favorite quote chalks up the door in celebration of ‘bird chirping’ weather and a pair of Eastern bluebirds inspire tabletop nesting
Johnson Brother Garden Bouquet and a celebration of Peony season
A salute to both the Red, White and Blue and gardening, in a wreath for the Potting Shed door
Warring with squirrels and trying to keep Peter Rabbit and friends out of the flower patch
Endless Summer Hydrangeas, Flower Market Buckets of Blooms and Window Boxes
Celebrating National Pollinator Week with ‘bee’ favorites and tabletop fun
Bunny Gardeners, bunny majolica plates and hydrangeas
Birdhouse rehab and repair, adding a few thingamajigs and whatchamacallits for vintage charm ;)
A back door welcome buzzing with bees, a bonnet and apron door decor
Late summer garden bouquet of Hydrangeas, Verbena Lollipop, Crape Myrtle, Lespedeza and Posies in the Potting Shed
Revive a tired feeder with a refresh and tips for attracting hummingbirds, along with an easy nectar recipe to slow down spoilage and the best way to clean your feeders.
Late summer garden update and butterflies
Turning the calendar page to 2021 and Miss October
Celebrating my favorite season with fall nesting and brown transferware
*Bee*ing Thankful and tabletop fun
Sprucing up the window boxes with evergreens, refreshing a wreath and tartan touches
Thank you for your visit!