In December I planted assorted bulbs and succulents to bring a touch of summer warmth and light into the darkest months of the year.
Indoor bulbs planted in "treasure to trash" containers.
Although I do not have a gardner's magic touch, everything did grow, in fact so tall and gangly (in some instances, over two feet!!!) that many long stems and leaves, before they could bloom, fell flat on their "faces."
Pretty obvious I didn't really know what I was doing.
But some did me "proud."
And THEY lined up to have their portrait taken.
Joining Kim Klassen's Tuesday Textures.
"Life comes in clusters, clusters of solitude, then a cluster when there is hardly time to breathe."