Even though I bought this fuchsia plant myself, my kids are going to chip in and pay for it as a belated Mother’s Day gift. As each holiday comes around my kids ask what I want and I can’t ever say I want anything. “Take me out to eat” is what I usually say. Not cooking is the best gift I can think of.
But I recently splurged on this new hanging basket. I saw it on my gardening expedition to Wilton where the nursery had tons of them to choose from. Some had purple and pink flowers (love those too) and one type had long, white pointy flowers – very different. But I chose this huge, pink and white one.
The only problem is that it’s too cold outside to hang it so it’s inside on a little table. It will have a permanent home out front under the beech trees once we get some warm weather. May began with warmth, but suddenly we’ve had two nights of 30 degrees. In New England we can’t plan on warm weather until about June.
I also bought some small petunia and vinca plants to make my own hanging baskets, which I’ll be doing soon.
- I’m a mother who hates Mother’s Day (babytaketwo.wordpress.com)
- She Doesn’t Want Flowers for Mother’s Day 2013: A New GoBankingRates Guide to Giving Mom What She’ll Really Like (prweb.com)