Foraging for florals? It is hard to go wrong! They are great for weddings and to enjoy every day. Thanks to Instagram I’ve found others who enjoy bringing nature in to their home for free. I’ve been featuring them on my Instagram account and thought you would enjoy seeing them too. Did you miss part one? We'll here's … Continue reading forage friday features pt. 2
You know how I love a good floral forage! Looking for the beautiful in a roadside ditch or a empty lot. They are great way to enjoy flowers and plants everyday. Thanks to Instagram I’ve found others who enjoy bringing nature into their home. After all what can be better than free flowers. I’ve been featuring them on … Continue reading forage friday features pt.1
This Chump maybe stumped.... it's Forage Friday... I'm not 100% sure what plant this is.... I'm thinking it's a Milkweed. What is milkweed? Milkweed is named for its latex, a milky substance that comes out of the cut stems. Most species are toxic. Asclepias L., the milkweeds, is an American genus of herbaceous perennial, dicotyledonous … Continue reading forage friday: milkweed?
Well, I have interesting news. There is another wedding in the family and I'm helping with the reception. Since this will be happen very, very soon... I will not be making 500 zillion paper flowers. 😉 This week's forage is without a doubt a WEED! If you see this in your yard pick the flowers, … Continue reading forage friday: yellow salsify
Last week I worked real hard a gathering my forage, not. I walked right out the front door with my dollar store scissors….. snip… snip... snip. Voila! They look happy! After a week since I cut them, most of these daisies are still looking pretty good. You can often find them roadside or in naturalized … Continue reading forage friday: daisies