Spring has sprung and I just can not get enough of it! Soaking up every bit of it, going on walks, working in the yard and only regretting it when my allergies kick in. It is worth it in my opinion though.
Our garden this year is going to be our biggest one yet and I am a tad nervous, I have to admit. We have tilled, fertilized and prepped the ground more tediously than before, so fingers crossed. These Hunter Garden Clogs have been on my want list for some time now and I think now is the best time as any to make this purchase. Happy gardening to me! 🙂
I love a good tote in the Spring and can move into the Summer, a bag that I do not have to worry about damage from the day to day hustle and bustle. There are so many cute prints and colors this season, but I keep coming back to the classic plain Janes, like this Made in Maine Tote from L.L.Bean. This green is so classic and versatile. It is also on sale right now!
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During the Spring, and well into the Summer, I always hang ferns on my back porch. It may be a southern thing because everyone around here has them and shops at the bit the buy them after the last frost! Well here is an idea of dividing a large Boston fern to get the most bang for your buck, and also better-looking ferns because they will have room to grow. Check out the video on YouTube by clicking here.