This has been a hard winter for most of the country, and we've had our share of cold temperatures down here in the Sunshine State.
You might remember the pretty plant I purchased to cheer up the outside of our rental. I moved it to our new house and put it on the back porch. This is an old picture of it.
Here's what this nasty winter has done.
But this is a cloche party, you say. Okay, for my winter cloche display, I give you...
Cute idea, Sally, and the etching on the glass is very pretty!
Morning Sally...love the plant...I would never even attempt to grow such a beautiful thing...it would give up the ghost the minute I brought it home! lol I wouldn't need winter to kill it! lol Hope you are loving your new home and that all is well with you and yours...have a great weekend girl! ~Picket~
He is coming back to life....
Thank you for your prayers and encouragement.
What a great idea Sally! It's pretty too :)
Very interesting shape and color. Love you cloche!
Good morning Sally,
Your cloche with the etching is very pretty and I love the shape! Very nice cloche display! Happy Friday.
It looks great under the cloche....doesn't everything?!?!
Hope you have a wonderful weekend.♥
Sally you make me smile you really do!!
Have a great weekend !
That one looks great under the cloche, Sally!!!! AND--your outside plant should come back (I hope)...
Sally, you are an original!! Laughing. The etched cloche is very pretty. I remember when you first showed a cloche and your statement that you didn't know what a cloche was until you blogged. Me too. I always thought those things were domes. I still think a 'cloche' is a dome. HA!
Love your entry.
Poor plant, Great idea and fun post!!! Have a great day Sally!!!
Very pretty! I am working on spring cloches right now...wish you were here to give me some ideas!!
Oh, I love your cloche with the beautiful etching on it and the plant is pretty under it, even if the weather has hurt it so bad. All that cold weather really does take a toll on our plants. Hope your plants thrives with the spring. Thanks so much for joining the party. This is so much fun. Hugs, Marty
Wonderful idea ! Beautiful cloche!
I am sure she will make a come back with all the loving care she is getting from the swell cloche!
Hi Most Smiling One!! Poor little plant! But that's one beautiful cloche and the little plant looks like it will make it!
Be a sweetie,
Maybe the cloche will bring her back to life! LOVE the etching. Lezlee
sorry about the plant damage...perhaps she will revive...
sweet of you to treat us to the beauty of her... :)
I hope your lovely little plant can just hang in there for a little longer! I am sure that Spring is coming soon!
I've looked for an etched cloche like yours, but haven't found one in my budget price range. Yours is so pretty. Sally
I finally came by to see what Blue Monday is actually about. I've always liked blue and think I have a lot of it. Recently, I joined PInk Saturday thinking I had few things with pink. Finding I have a lot. I hope I won't find the opposite when I try Blue Monday!! Anyway, enjoyed browsing on your blog and seeing the cloche party. Uh-oh. I've seen some pretty neat choche posts. I may be finding out about that next? Hope to see you Monday. Hope your plant makes it! Thanks, Jenn <><
Well, this just made me laugh out loud. Now I'm ready to run out and see if I can find one ENORMOUS cloche to fit over my entire yard of dead plants!
"An Ode to a Hard Southern Winter" cloche!
Aw, that poor plant! Did any of it survive? But, your cloche is really pretty! I really like the style of it.
Have a wonderful day and I will see you tomorrow for Blue Monday!
Great idea, looks good.
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