The wind has long since taken every leaf. Now is the time of bare branches, skeleton trees and the shivering of yellowed grass. Time to pull on a hat made with a fabric of luxurious, weather proof depth. Huddle under it until the shapes it draws on its surface are suddenly prescient of new spring growth.
Creative Nature Display: turning the leaves into people or animals . this design would also be a cool way to display a collection from a nature walk. Interesting stick frame and the cards hanging down. Project appropriate for Apologia Botany.
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Australian Grasses Mix - Australia& Zealand Foliages - Greens, Foliages and Branches - Flowers by category
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DIY make your own wall jewelry hanger for practically no cost. Love this idea.
Today's Mindful Practice Connect to Nature Find an object that you feel connected to it could be a leaf a flower a stone a stick a tree a petal sand grass mud a puddle..... Spend 5 minutes focussing all of your attention on this object - if it's a leaf notice its colour its shape its patterns the lines upon it how it feels how it smells how it moves is it light is it heavy is it wet is it dry? Imagine its journey as it fell from the branch really pay attention to every single detail... if…
A runner of silver dollar eucalyptus, and olive branches, plumosa with hints of pampas grass, pale green succulents, and air plants going down the length of the table as well as scattered pillar candles in cylinder vases and dark gold votives
Festive Fall Greenery - An old washtub is new again when filled with fall plants such as wheat stems, fir branches, holly leaves and berries. Rest the repurposed planter on a porch, front step or retaining wall and enjoy.