You know that time. The couple of months after all the Christmas decorations come down but it is too early for spring. The season of Sprinter...between winter and spring.
I tend to go for the neutral look of pine cones, branches, fake greenery and such.
|Branches, twigs, and anything 'nature' is a great way to showcase sprinter.|
|Pine cones can be gathered right from your yard or a field. Throw them in a basket for a great natural look.|
But come early March the birds come out. The bird houses and flowers and anything spring. Cause even though our weather in Michigan may not be spring-like, the days are noticably longer, the birds are singing more and we may even get robin sighting! All signs that spring is not far. Usually, by that time, I am more than ready to get out the spring decor.
|These are actually Christmas decorations. I remove the red ribbons and ornaments and they become a great look for sprinter.|
|More natural elements with rocks are season-neutral.|
|I always prefer real plants but, alas, I am not a horticulturalist! I grow great plants outside but have never done well with indoor plants.|
|This ivy topiary is my newest purchase and, yes, a REAL plant! Note how healthy it is now, we shall see what a month brings. Cross your fingers.|
|Neutrals and hardscapes are a great way to keep things season-neutral.|
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