Minus the partridge! These are so great in front of this stunning home with it’s pine green trim. I hope everyone had wonderful Thanksgiving weekends, now the crazy begins! Thank you in advance to all of my clients who are always so patient during the winter/holiday season. Remember, winter doesn’t officially start until December 21. Winter planters should go into March. Keep watering your winter pots at least once a week before they freeze for good. Greens and plants will drink from the frozen soil as it defrosts and this will keep your greens fresh.
These are going to be so pretty with a dusting of snow!
I’ve been semi-MIA on Instagram the past few months and finally catching up on all the beautiful posts I’ve missed. I cherish the time between winter and spring to regroup, refresh, and reconnect with friends and family. Especially with my Mom (my favorite person on the planet other than the ones who call me “Mom”). Such a wonderful visit as always. She just left and I miss her already. 😌💞🙏🏼
Happy New Year and thank you for 2022! Here are your most “liked” top nine!!
From the start of Spring my followers quadrupled to over 5,400. Nobody is more surprised by this than me. This was a scary venture for me less than 2 years ago and I can’t express how much your likes, follows, kind messages and comments have meant to me. It’s impossible to do this without the support of amazing vendors, family, friends, the incredible colleagues in this industry and my trusting, heaven-sent clients. One of these is going to be featured in a national magazine this Summer…stay tuned! I’m taking a little hiatus from social media for some R&R and preparation for a FAB 2023!! 🙏🏼🌸🥰
I have a good feeling about 2023… let’s go get it!! 🎉💪🏼
A mountaintop vignette in the sunlight and moonlight. 🏔🌲❄️
I can’t wait to see these with snow on them. This is the last of the 6 “winter wonderland” window boxes on this stunning home. This 6 foot box is so pretty in the middle of the two 11 foot “edge of the woods” boxes . I used different sizes of camaecyparis, juniper and cypress shrubs with a juniper Berry forrest floor. Happy window box Wednesday!
Swipe to see it in the “moonlight” and the boxes that It goes with.
I cut the birch poles at a slant and paint the tips with “radiant gold” acrylic paint and voila… 🕯!! This combination of glossy green magnolia with it’s tan suede underside, pear green shimmer, 18k gold bling and a hint of white is so warm and festive. There are six of these on the most charming home in the heart of beautiful Wellesley. All set for their New Year party!!
Three of these go with the two long 11 foot window boxes I posted earlier. Swipe to see them in the video. Stay tuned….there’s still one more window box to post from this Winter windowbox wonderland! 🌲❄️🌲❄️
I thought yesterday was Tuesday… I’ve been so crazy! Happy belated window box Wednesday!
I think there’s something so magical about this magenta, turquoise blue and light 18k gold palette. They look like holiday jewel boxes. There are two 5’ boxes and one 7’ box. After the holidays we’ll just remove the bling and they’ll be equally beautiful all winter in turquoise and magenta heading into Spring. Happy Holiday window box Wednesday!!!
There are 2 of these 11 foot window boxes on this extraordinary home. I love how these mimic the frontline of a winter woodland. They also look lovely from inside the home, looking down on a Winter wonderland. Can’t wait till they get some snow on them!
Stay tuned for the other 4 Winter wonderland windowboxes on this stunning home.
These amazing antique urns are on either side of a circular driveway on one of the most picturesque roads in Wellesley, tucked back against an enormous rhododendron hedge. They really needed to stand out from the vegetation to catch the eye of passerby!!
Wishing you all a warm and bountiful Thanksgiving!
I think the hand-painted milkweed look like tiny birds fluttering over the containers. Feeling so very blessed and thankful for the support and kindness this community has shown me the last year and a half. #Gratitude 🦃🙏🏼😍
An early Winter kick off featuring this amazing plant! Here, I used It’s gorgeous burgundy berry cones and naturally whitewashed branch stems with red undertones. I love a deep burgundy and chamois blue Winter palette. These are so pretty with the mahogany front door and blue and copper accents of this stunning home.
Winter installations officially starting after Thanksgiving. Fall and Thanksgiving are still center stage here in New England! 🍁🦃