Me too Artie! I started some a few weeks ago...will start more today and then I'll do some more in January...they last a long while too! Hope all is well......**Tami
I love them,too, Artie. I have never grown them myself though. I am anxious to see what you have up your sleeve for us next. I hope that you came home rested and didn't overdo while you were in Texas. xo Diana
what is it about paper whites?i do love them as well. the displays you have shown are great!merry merry xxxx
Oh, I love the look of them and these images are fan-tastic! But, my kids always complain about the smell...they have an odour that reminds them of.... well, you know.
*** THESE are UBER LOVELY, Artie!!! I always ADORE when many, many, MANY are planted in ONE BIG "WHATEVER"... the mass profusion is overwhelmingly beautiful, IMHO!!! Found some FAB glass and/or pottery pieces for planting bulbs for friends, using as hostess gifts, etc, & the SEARCH was so FUN!!!I am SOOOO overdue in planting most of mine... finally got started yesterday, so January should be full of them in the house... The flower/garden shop paper whites will stand in just fine til then, as I know from experience!!! (YES, I admit to being a procrastinator, darn it!!!)>..ENJOY CHRISTMAS & all its joy n' LOVE in CELEBRATION of His birthday!Linda in AZ *firstname.lastname@example.org
Love the images. I look forward to the Christmas posts you have planned for us. Best...Victoria
Beautiful post..... I love all the images. Thank you for the inspiration!AB
I love paperwhites and their scent! Please send me an e-mail later in the week, hopefully I can meet up with you! This week is crazy busy but I will try my best!!!!! XO, Pinky Who is Mimi???
It is so funny, your outdoor pots are so similar to what I did last year, and this year I did them the same only I added the dried (golden/brown) limelight hydrangeas like you did. Paperwhites are my favorite and this has to be my FAVORITE POST this holiday season. I absolutely love paperwhites as they have beautiful long green leaves and stems and the flowers are beautiful and smell great. After the flowers die, I cut the leaves off and I display them in clear glass cylinders. Thanks for sharing this wonderful post.