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Pam’s Garden Continues to Give Back

By Kim Charles


Pam Bosse gives back through her beautiful creations.

"My gardens continue to work even into the winter. I make arrangements as gifts for a select few clients and give them myself as gifts to fellow gardeners. 

Nothing pleases me more, than to create something so beautiful from my beauty, my gardens, in celebration of the birth of the greatest creater of all. 

May God Bless you all this Christmas Season and continue to walk beside you throughout the New Year.

Simple Beauty, Love, the heart of this season."

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  1. Doxnmomx2 12/15/2016

    Absolutely beautiful! Your friends and clients must look forward to receiving your gifts!

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    Tim_Zone_Denial_Vojt 12/15/2016

    Nice work. I really like the little tree in the last photo.
    Merry Christmas.

  3. tree_ee 12/15/2016

    Lovely! My favorite is the tree with the plaid ribbons. What is that little white rectangle with the dots, on the second wreath?

  4. tennisluv 12/15/2016

    Just lovely. You are definitely talented. I agree with Tim, I really like the little tree in the last pic.

  5. Sunshine111 12/15/2016

    Gorgeous! My favorite is the one that looks like a teapot planter! Wish I had that one for myself!

  6. user-4691082 12/15/2016

    Good morning Pam!
    Are those berries in the last photo one of the newer ilexes? You have received a gift from our creator in how to repurpose greenery and berries into beautiful creations! Have a wonderful Christmas !

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    meander_michaele 12/15/2016

    Your creations are lovely, Pam...they definitely capture the spirit of the season. I'm partial to the adorable teapot container...looks like it would be fun to use it for decorative purposes any time of the year.

  8. sheila_schultz 12/15/2016

    You have given 'a four season garden' new meaning, Pam. There can be no question to anyone seeing your winter creations that you enjoy what you do. Merry Christmas!

  9. user-3565112 12/15/2016

    All of your arrangements as well as your message to all of us are warm& beautiful. I hope you & your family have a merry Christmas & great New Year. Good luck, Joe

  10. Cenepk10 12/15/2016

    Amen !!! Beautiful!!!

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    LindaonWhidbey 12/15/2016

    Pam, your creations are beautiful but I especially like all of the different greens used in the little tree. Thanks for sharing and Merry Christmas.

  12. schatzi 12/15/2016

    Beautiful original creations. Love the addition of lights to some, and the mix of greens. The tree in the last picture is gorgeous.

  13. Clarkpark 12/15/2016

    Pam, your evergreen creations with berries are beautiful! As gardeners, we need to plant shrubs, trees, and vines that provide berries to feed our birds during the cold winter! Merry Christmas!

  14. greengenes 12/15/2016

    Merry Christmas Pam! These are beautiful creations here! I love the action of the twisted bow and a great idea for a small tree using a potted specimen! Wonderful!

  15. perenniallycrazy 12/15/2016

    That last tree is simply darling! Nice work Pam. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

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    HelloFromMD 12/15/2016

    All the arrangements are beautiful, but the teapot has really caught my fancy!

  17. brianmazzer 12/16/2016

    Beautiful wreaths, love the tea pot. Well done.

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