Friday, April 2, 2010
After the coldest winter since 1976 it seems that spring has finally arrived in Houston. During the winter weather I couldn't work on the plants outside so my friend April and I have been working on tiny plant arrangements for inside. Now that the weather is beautiful I am torn between inside plants and outside plants! What a wonderful predicament! Enjoy these two Tiny Shovels creations - spring has sprung - hallelujah for the sunshine!
Please visit Beverly at How Sweet the Sound for more delicious pinkness!
Posted by Paula@pondalicious-plants at 9:00 PM
Saturday, February 20, 2010
I know that this has been an extended blog hiatus but, you know, these things happen from time to time. Lots of stuff happened, none of which is worth mentioning here - all that is important is that I'm back and glad to be here with you!
I'm still growing my pond plants but now everything is dormant, so what to do? How about opening a new etsy shop called Tiny Shovels and stocking it with tiny vintage containers filled with equally tiny succulents!
For this Pink Saturday I wanted to show you my very first listing on the new site, a beautiful Victorian cup with an equally beautiful pink blooming cactus in it. Yes, those little pink flowers are real! This has been a really fun thing to do during these cold winter days. Enjoy!
My thanks as always to Beverly at How Sweet The Sound for hosting Pink Saturday.