tiny forest and amaryllis or paper whites in a bowl.
How life rises to meet light will always be wonderful to see. I buried some bulbs in mulch when they were unearthed during Spring planting to save dormant for replanting at the recent cut back and mulch over for Winter. I forgot about them until a week ago the green swords peeked over the edge of a deep container on the floor. I don't even know what they are! Certainly they are the promise of something.
I planted my paperwhites this week and one of the Amarylis is getting ready to bloom. The wheat grass has germinated and one little kitty has had an early taste. It was moved out of easy access until it grows taller. Having something green this time of year makes my heart happy. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and much joy in the New Year. Thank you so much for your posts. You always inspire, make me think and want to be a better person. Thank you. xoxo
what a beautiful seed package. & your sweater turned out great. happy crocheting
Hi Wild Magnolia, yes! Low-odor paperwhites.Michelle, a very nice thing to look forward to.
Jeannie, we are in sync! Except I didn't plant wheat -- sometimes around Spring Equinox but I haven't at Yule before -- but you make me want to! I bet kitties love it, all right. A Happy Christmas to you and yours and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your kind words. xo
Thank you, Cindy. If I get how to wear the sweater figured out now, that would be good. ;)
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