Cut Flower Supplies
- Flower netting (6in) + stakes
- Flower snips
- Flower food, hyrdrator, holding solution (for harvesting)
- Hori hori knife or Garden Knife
- Bailing twine
- Tool belt or my favorite fanny pack
Cut Flower Supplies
It’s that time of year again! Pruning season is in full swing.
Did you know it’s officially Spring?? This is the earliest the spring equinox has been in 124 years! And the flowers seem to know it!
A few weeks ago I visited Dibble Farms with my sister. We made fresh wreaths for the second year in a row, drank hot cocoa, and picked up a years supply of popcorn!
It’s that time of year! My hubby grew up making real gingerbread houses every year right around his birthday (a December birthday for you!)
Our first few years of marriage we’d plan, make, roll out, cut out, and bake our own gingerbread creations. Wow! What a lot of work!
It’s the holiday season….
Nothing screams the holiday season more than the warm sweet smells of spices, oranges, cranberries, AND fresh greens all simmering on the stovetop together.
With a built-in wall bed, bed making is a constant struggle around our house! Not only is every morning a struggle to get my daughter to make her bed, and make it well, but getting bedding on and off for washing is nearly impossible!
We’ve been wanting to add wallpaper to my daughter’s built in bed for years, but couldn’t quite get ourselves to commit to cutting, pasting and applying wallpaper in the tricky space.
When we heard about Rocky Mountain Decals removable, self adhesive wallpaper I knew we had to try it!
Growing edible flowers can be so much fun! They will brighten any salad, boost your morning oats, fancy up a cupcake (here or here) or liven up your summer lemonade.
Warm Summer nights are my absolute favorite!
We enjoy chatting around a late dinner, roasting marshmallows over the fire, eating homemade ice cream, listening to crickets, playing night games, sleeping out, or watching an outdoor movie… but I detest the mosquitoes that seem to love me!