As the kitchen details continue to drag on, I'm tackling some lower stress projects to keep the momentum going.
I picked up this beauty while we were on our road trip, in Holland, MI.
Lovely iron wall planter.
When I first laid eyes on this lady, I knew she'd be perfect for our screened-in porch.
A brief negotiation later and she was settled into the back of our car.
Time to get planting.
As with my patio topiary, I started by adding a coconut husk liner.
This time I also lined it with a plastic bag to keep water drips at bay.
Then it was just a matter of selecting and adding plants.
You know I love a little green and white, but this time I decided to add a touch of color to tie in with my scheme in our screened-in porch.
I choose: a lady fern, flanked by red and green variegated coleus, white impatiens and white bacopa.
Here she is in her new home.
Just a couple more changes, and of course more painting and the screened-in porch will be back up and running.
I can't wait.
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Until next time,