Gorgeous , I can just smell it now....ours will be ready soon too.........
Now that's crafty thinking - looks great! I might borrow that idea seeing we are in the same citrus situation.
Just make sure you balance the weight around your vase. Oh and be very aware of hungry little children with quick hands!!!
Love your blog *happy sigh*
Yum love mandarins ..i must plant some citrus
Beautiful!Our mandarins and oranges are ripening too. We have had no success with lemon trees and were going to try growing one in a pot.xTania
That looks gorgeous! One day...my citrus will grow healthy and big and strong like yours and I'll be able to take snippets inside! One day!
Awesome! And that is some cute tea cosy action happening in the back ground. :-)
Not only does it look great, it's practical too.I am very drawn to your tea cosy on your hutch.
A few of you spotted my favourite Tea cosy! Isn't it sweet, it was a lucky op shop find.Good luck to all you citrus growers...it's a nice time of the year when the fruits ripen, adds a bit of colour to the place, especially when you have no flowers in the garden!Thanks for your sweet comment Kimmie, you've made my day... :)
They look Yummy!Hopping over from Wee Farm! and liking your blog!Hope to see you sometime here in Indiana!?! ;-)ThanksLeontienwww.fourleafcloverdairy.blogspot.com
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