Summer is close so I better finish up my spring posts. Here's a general view of my East patio. The exterior wall (to keep dogs out) features planters.
Everything seems to be blooming
I placed some plants in the bird cage that sits on a Roman rock.
The Roman Rock plant table is looking a bit like a jungle as well.
I did have some fun one day by making another low plant table. The recipe: two cement-filled cinder blocks and one piece of broken wrought iron fence...
Then add a broken Roman Rock (notice that nice right angle and smooth top). Plus a wall tile to place on top of the fence.
Such a beauty holding up my pots and plants. I just love those roman rocks!
The general view of my new plant arrangement right under my bedroom window.
Sometimes, no, often, things happen serendipitously. A cement tube was installed around a water faucet to protect it some 30 years ago. I planted it with a small succulent that now gives quite a show in the spring, like a royal cape.
My spring time gate viewed from the kitchen door has been subject for sketching recently, just because it's right there.
Classes are over, the spring has been pleasant, the citrus trees are flowering, the bees are making honey, and the birds have been chirping and singing enthusiastically...and I'm back to working on the Pomegranate Tree Quilt...the blessings are many.