Happy Friday! It’s it cold where you are?
We’re heading into the weekend with a winter weather advisory bringing us another chance of a snow.
I’m biding my time until spring with a little winter gardening and foraged greenery!
My Potting Shed back porch need a little winter love so I gave it a refresh with a little door décor.
I started a trio of grapevine wreaths to decorate the door.
Two were about the same size and one was slightly smaller.
The wreaths were cable tied together and hung from a wreath hanger.
An empty nursery pot with a flat back provided a hat for my garden / snow girl.
The drainage holes on the bottom of the pot are filled with sprigs of juniper and
providing a place for a clip on bird ornament to nest.
The greenery is spilling out of the bottom of the pot for an asymmetrical hairdo. . .
good hair is important even to garden girls :)
She’s holding some vintage garden tools and dreaming about an early spring!
Plaid wellie garden boots are filled with fresh foraged greenery for winter. . .
Along with vintage garden tools and pinecones.
A galvanized bird house ornament and bird hangs from her pine branch arm. . .
DIY Garden Flower Stakes were transplanted on the porch behind a rusty garden gate.
And a feeder hangs on the porch to welcome her feathered friends.
Magnolia, juniper, cedar and pine fill olive buckets for some winter foraged planting.
Black-capped Chickadees are always curious and the first birds to
scope out a new potential feeding station.
I watched this one check it out from the safety from of the tree before he /she ventured over.
There’s nothing like a little black oil sunflower seed to keep them warm in winter!
It’s been frigid here!
Hope you’re staying warm and cozy in your nest! ♥
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