The lesson I have throughly learnt,
and wish to pass on to others,
is to know the enduring happiness
that the love of a garden gives.
Two days of sunshine and warm temperatures helped me make progress on the painting and staining of the greenhouse and Rabbit Run Cottage-potting shed.
So much more to do and finish, but waiting for spring to return. It’s hard to paint in a winter coat and gloves!
I’m happy with the changes and can’t wait for the plants and flowers to fill in the canvas.
It was never my intention to take a ‘blogging break’ this summer,
though this is exactly what happened.
September is my favorite month for many reasons,
and I’m happy to be back sharing garden inspiration!
This wall of garden pots certainly inspires me to organize the potting shed.
Every corner of Terrain At Styers in Glenn Mill, PA was beautifully displayed.
This handmade wooden box is perfect for holding a few pots on the porch of Rabbit Run Cottage.
$1.00 at a farm auction last summer!
How I wished I could have taken so many of these beautiful clay pots home.
The amazing Half Moon Bay Nursery in CA.
On my wish list this year for my garden, a few large statement clay pots.
Some weathered pots stacked outside the greenhouse.