Saturday, December 27, 2014

Red berries


My daughter let me cut some of this Holly from her tree on the 23rd and it still looks great! I just sat it on the porch table; didn't even put it in water because we've had plenty of rain! The wind blew it into the flower bed a few times and I just tossed it right back up there :)

I have a huge Holly bush but it didn't produce any berries this year. My husband thinks it's because we didn't trim it last year. I suppose we'll trim it this year and see if he is right.

I hope y'all had a Merry Christmas! 
 
I wish you best wishes in the coming new year.

See you in 2015!!!


6 comments:

  1. Good evening, sweet Anne! The picture of your Holly is beautiful! We don't have Holly around here so it's a treat to see your photo.

    I hope you had a blessed Christmas, dear friend. Hugs!

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    1. Hi Stephanie, I didn't realize you don't have Holly in Colorado. Is it too cold?

      We had a great Christmas with the family! I hope you enjoyed your day, as well. :)

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  2. Volgens mij heeft uw man deze keer echt gelijk. ook de allerbeste wensen voor het nieuwe jaar.

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  3. Very pretty. It is hardy stuff, isn't it. I saw some red berry branches for sale at Whole Foods before Christmas and it was 12.99 a branch!!!!!

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    1. Uh, wow! I had no idea it cost so much. Maybe I should tell my daughter and she could make some extra bucks next year :)

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