This past weekend I decided to take care of disposing of and replacing my dead plants around the house. 😉 I love the way that fresh flowers and plants make a space feel. They’re good for the air, they’re good for your soul, and they’re good when you’re feeling like you are in a rut or just wanting your space freshened up.
I love buying orchids and flowers from Trader Joe’s. They have the best prices and their blooms last a long time. For succulents, I’m all about Home Depot. I’ve had good luck keeping ones from there alive for a good long while and they are incredibly inexpensive.
I usually have an orchid on this table but I switched this pot and my orchid and I love the change. That’s what puttering dreams are made of. 😉
The hydrangeas look so beautiful and lush in this blue and white planter, and they speak Summer to me every time I look at them. Soaking up the last weeks of Summer before I can officially call it the beginning of Fall — September!
I got this super healthy new succulent and potted it in my vintage silver in place of the grape-looking plant I had in it before. It’s a fun change.
Remember, this tray is a simple DIY project!
One of my favorite views. 🙂
This is the spot where my orchid lives now — it adds the perfect height and drama. It’s such a beautiful plant and I had to move around all the orchids at TJ’s to get to this one, but you do what you gotta do. 😉