What a glorious time of year it is here at StoneGable! On a clear day, the sky is so blue it takes your breath away. The temp are in the low 80’s and not a speck of humidity to ruin my hair (isn’t it all about our hair, girls?)! And when it does rain it comes down in big heavy splats that make the air smell like it’s being cleaned. The corn around our yard is growing and the fireflies are dancing through its rows each evening. I have a front row seat to their spectacular light show from my back porch swing! Welcome, summer! I love you better and better every year!
It just wouldn’t be summer here if there were not big pots bursting with flowers and color! Today I want to share something I think is special and helpful and fun. I am beginning a new series called “THROWBACK FRIDAY”.
Did you know that I have well over 3,500 posts in my blog archives? I get thousands of new followers each month that probably have never seen them. So, every Friday I’ll be sharing the best of the best seasonal posts from my archives.
I recently recycled one of my posts about HOW TO KEEP CUT HYDRANGEAS FROM WILTING and it got such good response from our community it gave me the idea to start this new series.
And if you are one of my most treasured “old” friends, you just might like to see my best posts over!
I may be updating the picutures ( my first couple years blogging was a photography learning experience) and making the text more informative for us to bring you what I think are the gems of the StoneGable archives.
Today, let’s talk about the ANATOMY OF A FLOWER POT!
The biggest planting project this year was my kitchen herb garden.
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