My latest home and garden shopping haul for Spring decor and some shopping
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My latest home and garden shopping haul for Spring decor and some shopping



Sound issues sorry, but here’s my latest home and garden spring shopping haul along with visiting some shops. I found some …

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  1. I just bought a dimmable task light by Ottlite from Joann where they're on sale! I will use it for indoor light supplement for plants because ever since we got new windows my indoor plants all dwindled! Perhaps that might help you, Linda, to add a full spectrum light source for your herbs in winter. Thank you for your creative spirit in all you do!

  2. You make such nice selections! I wanted to warn you since you said you don't do well with indoor plants, Rosemary (and lavender) indoors can be tough. Like outside, they should not be overwatered. What they do love is moisture in the form of mistings. I have learned to water infrequently but mist over the top with a spray bottle of water and they are lasting much better indoors. Good luck!

  3. I can't wait to hear about the kitchen remodel! I must admit I really miss the Groton kitchen, it was just beautiful! I think you need another island especially for your filming and entertaining. Really curious about you possibly putting the stove where the china hutch is now. Sending warm wishes for your recovery.๐Ÿค—

  4. Satsumas are a type of tangerine. Love the birdhouse. I have always been drawn to them too. Oooh, that England cottage garden book USA, looks so interesting. I hope you share about that! My rosemary always does well by the kitchen sink, in a sunny window. It needs water a couple times a week. I shake water drops on it too. I find basil more challenging inside, but enjoy and use while it lasts.

  5. Linda, prayers and good wishes for a speedy recovery. You are so considerate to have recorded videos ahead of time. Truly thoughtful. Thank you. This video reminds me so much of my New England childhood. All winter, but particularly at Christmas time, I would select some evergreen trees on our land and spend days filling walnut shells with suet, nut butters and pack them with seeds. I would make suet balls rolled in seed and string fruit and popcorn and then trudge out into the woods and field and decorate the trees. I'd also place carrots and lettuce under the trees. Then I'd burrow down in the snow and watch the birds come (and other critters!). I especially loved seeing the cardinals and chickadees. It is one of my favorite memories. I am older than you – but I think had we been children together we would have become fast friends. Again – healing thoughts! Stay warm and well.

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