Saturday, November 20, 2010

~~**Winterberry**~~

Happy Saturday everyone....I hope all is well and everyone is anticipating Thanksgiving fast approaching...I can't believe how fast this year has gone by..It just seems like summer was just here now Thanksgiving and Christmas is upon us...I guess its just a hectic time of year for everyone....I thought I would share some pictures of my first harvest of Winterberrie's that I went and picked this afternoon...There seems to be an abundant amount of berries this year compared to previous years...
The weather is fairly nice here today so I did get my two Colonial boxes done up with greens and winter berries..


These two pictures are of the front door...
These two pictures are of the sun room door...I don't use either door to go in and out of the house so I done a large arrangement in both boxes...
It's been awhile since I have posted anything and I do apologize for that...I've just been doing allot of cleaning and baking for the holidays...I did get my 12 ft. Christmas tree up and decorated..That was a task in itself..
I didn't realize just how large that tree was...I had to move my dry sink to another area and put the tree where my dry sink always set...Its the only place in the olde homestead that the tree would fit...So with all that said I want to thank everyone for stopping by and wish you all a safe and Happy Thanksgiving...
Prim hugs to all,
Trena

5 comments:

~Leslie Lemke~ said...

This post is too funny...as I just went to a greenery workshop with some friends and a gal brought a big bucket full of winterberry...so I am headed over to my blog to post about this very thing...
thanks for sharing...
Leslie

Karen/My Colonial Home said...

OH TRENA...your Winterberries are just gorgeous!
And how you have used them in the containers...WOW.

HAPPY THANKSGIVING
Karen

Primsue said...

Trena, your winterberry arrangements look awesome in your door boxes.
Blessings,
Sue

At Home With Amy said...

Your arrangements are beautiful Trena. Now let us see that 12 foot tree of yours girl!
Hugs,
AMY

Elisha said...

wow... i would love to know how to grow these!