Once again, I am thinking pink. I just love the way this color works in the garden. Whether it is a soft, feminine tint, or a bold, bright shade, every container garden looks pretty in pink.
I am also in hydrangea heaven today. Seriously, I would fill every square inch of my yard with these beautiful blooms if I could. They are simply irresistible!
2. Japanese Birds Nest
3. Rabbit Foot Fern
1. Place the hydrangea in your container, but leave her in her pot.
2. For height, add the birds nest next.
3. Fill in the front with the fern.
4. Use both the fittonia and ivy to soften up the edges a bit.
FYI: This is an indoor planter–until April 15th, that is, when you are free to take her outside. She will need to be in the shade, though, which makes her perfect for the porch. I am currently keeping her in my bathroom. It gives her just enough light and, in return, she brightens the place up too.
Spring may still be a few days away, but the pollen came early. It is everywhere! The signs of spring keep coming and this gal is not complaining one bit. Bring it on, spring. Bring it on!
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