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Garden Photo of the Day

Winter Creativity in MA

By Kim Charles

Cindi Jacobs of Wayland, MA brightens up the winter days.

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  1. tennisluv 02/20/2017

    All your arrangements are so pretty. Very talented lady.

  2. christianesterges 02/20/2017

    and she brightened my rainy day in Brussels

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    meander1 (Michaele ) 02/20/2017

    What a lovely ambiance your flower arrangements add to your elegant table settings, Cindi.They obviously take time and forethought to put together...a very nice touch.

  4. user-7007498 02/20/2017

    Good morning, Cindi. What skill! Your arrangements are fabulous. This is something I could never do. I am so impressed.

    Record breaking warmth in Harrisburg yesterday (70 degrees). Crazy winter.

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      Tim_Zone_Denial_Vojt 02/20/2017

      Here in Columbus, too (Actually on Saturday it was 71F; Sunday cooled to a chilly 65F!)

      1. user-7007498 02/20/2017

        Crazy. My perennials are starting to push up. All the ferns are still evergreen. The hellebores are just about ready to bloom. Every woody plant has swollen buds. Hopefully no polar vortex in the next few weeks.

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          Tim_Zone_Denial_Vojt 02/20/2017

          I know. I express my neurotic fears to anyone who will listen. It's been know to drop well below freezing here in early march........

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            meander1 (Michaele ) 02/20/2017

            here in TN, there is a name for it...the dreaded Dogwood winter.

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            Tim_Zone_Denial_Vojt 02/20/2017

            Didn't that happen recently? That somehow rings a bell.
            Ugh. Weather!

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            meander1 (Michaele ) 02/20/2017

            No, the Dogwood Winter hits when the dogwood trees are just starting to bloom which is usually in mid-April. And, grrr, if the temps suddenly drop below freezing, that puts the kibosh on the big show of blooms. Our Knoxville area has a month long celebration of the dogwood tree that includes art shows and designated neighborhoods that are particularly colorful and certain gardens that are open for public viewing.

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    treasuresmom 02/20/2017

    You are very talented. Love them all.

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    Linda on Whidbey 02/20/2017

    Beautiful, Cindi. I'll bet that your family appreciates the way you warm things up with color. Thanks for sharing.

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    Tim_Zone_Denial_Vojt 02/20/2017

    certainly is a great way to brighten winter days and your house too!

  8. Dvngardener 02/20/2017

    Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing Cindi

  9. Annek 02/21/2017

    How beautiful is this! What a cheery note from a talented designer to end my day

  10. user-3790686 02/21/2017

    Absolutely stunning!!!

  11. cindi_jacobs 02/28/2017

    Thank you all for your compliments. The purple arrangements were done for a wedding as my gift to the couple. The outdoor containers are work for clients. I have a business creating containers and small landscape projects. My website has more photos: www.simplydoneathome.com

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