1. Dare to give objects a different role. In this formerly blank canvas, an old pitcher is used as a vase and a vintage bistro chair serves as a table. Green, yellow and white collide beautifully and conceive an airy space with relaxed simplicity.
Forsythia's slender branches are so plentiful that a few will never be missed from the bush. Cut the stems on an angle and remove any floral matter or leaves that will sit below the water line before putting them in a vase.What's blooming where you are?More:Garden Musts for MarchCity Gardener: Winter Window Boxes