Yay! The rain has stopped!
This morning I went outside to look around the yard, and I noticed the moss was fresh and green from all that rain. I love moss and thought of pots of moss..yep, that's what popped into my head...Pots of Moss! Go figure!
I had a couple of small clay pots lying around under the deck, so I scraped some moss from the yard with a metal spatula, filled the pots with potting soil, and arranged the moss on top.
I left them plain for a while, and then decided to decorate them...one with a stone, and the smaller one with twigs. I really wish I had three pots the same size, but I didn't, so I just used what I had for today.
Since I had some extra moss, I put some in one of my little cabbage demitasse cups. The little blue flowers were blooming by the deck steps, and I tucked them in the center of the moss. I don't think they'll last too long since they were cut, but I love the look, and I'll enjoy them while they last.
I just had to try the cup under the cloche, and it really looked like Spring, even though it's still January.
The little blue flowers are Georgia Blue Speedwell.
Another scrap of moss went into a votive holder from DT.
I "sacrificed" one of my heart shaped candies for the photo.
Do you think the "20-second-rule" applies to candy on moss? Well, just to be on the safe side, I'll toss it in the trash later.
I hope you enjoyed my pots of moss. Do you think they'll grow?
Y'all have a great weekend. Think Spring.
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