Tag: potting shed

A Watering Can Welcome and Welcome November

Welcome November. . .how did you get here so quickly?  I cut some Limelight hydrangeas, maiden grass and feathery fall grasses to fill a watering can to hang in welcome on the door of the Potting Shed. Grasses are ready to sprinkle, replacing the missing watering can rose. Fall is late arriving here but the leaves are starting…

Welcome Back October!

Welcome back October~ We’re so glad you’re here!  October wouldn’t be the same without pumpkins. . . I don’t descriminate. . . Bumpy or smooth, big or small, orange or white, long-stemmed or tiger-striped, I like them all. Indian corn hanging on rake, provides a harvest touch by the Potting Shed. And even watering cans can use a…

Featured in Halloween Tricks & Treats Magazine: Spooky Settings and Spellbinding Decorations!

The countdown to the witching hour has begun. . .Halloween is just 72 scary days away! Better Homes and Gardens special publication, Halloween Tricks & Treats Magazine, hits the newstands August 23rd. I had some bone-chilling fun setting up some spooky settings for this issue! Editor Ann Blevins arrived on a very rainy day last November with…

Chalking It Up To Welcome Spring

Happy first day of Spring! I’m chalking it up to welcome Spring on my Potting Shed door! We’ve had some beautiful spring weather here in North Carolina with temperatures 70s and 80s in the last couple of weeks, more typical of May than March. We’re chiller this morning, with temperatures in the 40s and 30s today and…