I love to see live potted trees used at Christmas, when the holiday is over they can still bring us pleasure. Happy New Year!
Just beautiful. It is great to be able to use your decorations outside year round.
It's great to be able to re-use your decorations elsewhere.Have a Happy New Year!
Happy New Year! Your Outdoor garden is beautiful.Joyce M
That's a wonderful way to give back to nature after you have enjoyed their beauty inside. I might do that next year. Happy New Year.
I just love being able to get years of enjoyment from what would otherwise be a week or so of enjoyment from cut greens. :-)Happy New Year to all,Candy
What a great idea, to use small shrubs for Christmas and then move them out of doors. I wonder if I could do that here in Canada where we have snow for five months.Happy New Year!Hugs, Cindy
What a great idea - beautiful now and beautiful for years to come.
Oops! Messed up ABOVE! That is absolutely BEAUTIFUL! Im SOOO ready for the Green of Spring! I would LOVE for you to link that up at my linky *ENTER LINKY PAR-TAY Here *xoxokara
Those bushes..are gorgeous!! :) Wonderful pictures! Just wonderful! Happy New Year! :)
LOVE your little potted trees and a great Outdoor Wednesday post. Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook
These are the cutest little "Christmas" trees, turn a true chartreuse in the garden and are lemon scented. What's not to like about that???Cindy - I'm pretty sure by maintaining something similar in the house until Spring finally comes to Canada would work. This particular variety of evergreen doesn't like the cold, but lots of things love Canadian winters!Candy
Thank you for your lovely comments.