Yes, lavender is considered an herb, but it is also a flowering plant, therefore it fits with my Flower Series. I love that I can make up the rules for this challenge and nobody can say otherwise (hah!).
Lavender is probably one of the most calming scents out there. My friend bought this shea butter from Alaska and the smell is so soothing. It’s something I need on my desk at work!
This post is a bit late, but it still fits the one-post-per-day criteria!
Wisteria reminds me of weeping willow trees. I’d love to visit a garden with wisteria vines hanging down from an archway. It seems so magical and sort of mysterious.
Just thought this sprig of lavender was beautiful!
I thoroughly enjoyed planting these succulents.
I’ve got so many now I think I’ll gift one to a friend 🙂
Here are some plants that never die–my kind of plants.
One of the best parts of Christmas is the smells. I love when you walk into the house and someone is burning a candle or cooking something delicious! Smell is also connected to our memory more than any other sense, so that is why certain aromas bring back the best memories 🙂
As you well know, Pinterest is a great way to look for ideas of any kind. This morning, while looking for ideas, I saw a recipe for potpourri. Inspiration! Cranberries, oranges, cinnamon, and rosemary combined is pretty much the smell of Christmas. I love it!
Side note: I really must be bad with this schedule-posting stuff, because this is my second time skipping a day. Whoops! To make up for it, I will post two greeting card designs today 🙂
Seems like my projects lately have been some variation of this.
P.S. Don’t you love the rag in the background?!