outdoorweekly wrap up

weekly wrap up + woolly pockets

by Stephanie

(Photo Credit Suthi Picotte)

my mission for spring has been to fill my house with as much greenery as possible. my cut flower obsession (while it still exists) is slowly being replaced by a hankering for potted plants i can tend to on a regular basis. i’ve been eyeing these woolly pockets for a while, which allow you to plant and hang flowers without installing something more heavy duty on the wall. i especially love the idea of painting an accent wall, like the image above, and using that to set off the plants inside. so i think i’m going to bite the bullet and try one of these suckers out. so as i head off to find some new plants for hanging, i thought i’d leave you with these beautiful woolly pockets– maybe they’ll inspire someone else to create an indoor garden this weekend. i’ll see you on monday- until then, i hope you have a great weekend and check out the links from this week’s highlights below:

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