Hearts in The Garden
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Heart shapes have been used (sometimes accidentally) in gardens for centuries - are gardeners trying to say something?
Nature provides some fleeting garden love for us, like these hearts formed in the ice on a window...
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Carving or pruning the shape of a heart in a hedge, or growing ivy on a heart shaped trellis, there is no lack of ways to use hearts in your garden. Even the plants seem to grow in this shape naturally;
Sempervivum are fascinating plants at the best of times...
How Thyme Flies - when you're having fun...see more fun
on the Signs of the Thymes page...
Hearts of Stone can be found all over - keep a look out for these on your travels
Collecting your own seeds from the garden? Keep the love going, and give them as gifts in these heart seed packages;
Craving comfort? See the fabulous quilts here; I can imagine using these to snuggle up on a twiggy chair on the porch, sipping hot tea;
Sometimes, twigs are bent into different shapes, as a decorative accent to make a rustic shutter more interesting...
Craving even more love? Check out the pin board;
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