Gardening and the Greenhouse September 17 2019, 0 Comments
A couple of weeks ago, I was thrilled to become the owner of a snow peacock plant or Calathea White Fusion. I bought it from a shop on Etsy and it came beautifully and safely packaged and I felt like I adopted a new kitten. (This photo is actually a variegated rubber plant which looks white similar to my little one- so cool that I'm actually hoping to order one soon).
She (it's a she for some reason) is currently at home in my sun room although I'm chomping at the bit to see how she likes the greenhouse that is near completion in our backyard.
I had the honor of giving what I believe was my first garden talk (rather than flower talk) to an amazing group of women (and one gentleman) enjoying Savannah and our beautiful garden city.
Since these lovely folks were from all over the country, the question I sought to frame when speaking about their garden, in particular designing new spaces was what would its purpose/function be?
We all have a purpose and I think it's perhaps one of THE most freeing things to come into that purpose- irregardless of age or stage in life.
But I digress; I'm in bed about to wind down and thoughts of little plants, dirt, transplanting and micro greens dance through my head.
Until next time, may you enjoy the beauty and nature all around you.