winter greens

December 20th, 2013 | Posted by admin in FLOWERS | Outdoor

I spent the day on one of my final jobs for winter planting this season.  It was cold but actually felt good to be outside… as it will be a long winter.  I am such a fan of the birch branches as they add a nice contrast to the dark greens.  There are so many fun accents to add including eucalyptus, winter berries, pine cones, red huck, rose hips, and various pods.  Have fun and be creative as these pots last through the spring!

 

 

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3 Responses

  • Dawn Cass says:

    Hi! I just found your blog and I LOVE it!! I am looking at these beautiful winter arrangements and they are stunning. Do you do these planters like floral arrangements with stems in floral foam?? These are not planted in dirt are they? Please tell me your secret as you state above that they last all winter?
    Thanks,
    Dawn

    • Pam says:

      Dawn… yes they are planted in fresh dirt then watered, and they usually keep their shape and color through March. I do arrange them like a floral designer, so fun to pick new things every year to work with.

  • PATRICIA says:

    I LIVE IN VT., WOULD THEY WITH STAND THE WINTER HERE?THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL, JUST WHAT
    I WAS LOOKING FOR…THANKS



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