<-- Looks better in person, and I will probably do another with the same flower in a different background.
<-- This I LOVE! You know how I love a good variegated yarn, and I'm thinking it made the perfect flower. All three yarns here are Bernat Satin, a yarn that I become more enamored of every day.
We have very wet weather here, and not much sun on my deck. When plants appear on their own and thrive, I like keeping them.
A case in point are these alder seedlings that seeded themselves into this planter three years ago. I've been playing at training them to grow in ways that perhaps don't come naturally.
I hang beads and lovely things from the branches to pull them down, spread them out.
Sometimes I stake a limb...but mostly I love hanging things in my 'trees'.
A fir tree that decided to grow in my chocolate mint.
Two small cedar seedlings and a violet that have taken up residence in a pot of sedums.
My constant companion :)