EASTER DECORATIONS - OSTERDEKORATION
The primroses must be included in the Easter decorations!
The Easter Bunny is sitting at the top.
The little eggs mustn' t be colored too brightly; they shouldn' t compete with the Spring flowers around them.
The eggs are hanging on the Corylus avellana. I got the twigs from garden friends living near me. I use them several times a year for decoration.
The moss from Christmas is still a fresh green so I' ve kept it.
Clay pots, twigs and egg shells are the natural materials I prefer to decorate whith.
The sweet, little, sleeping angel reminds me that it' s Lent.
The Easter decorations are put up is very rapidy on the metal stairs.
Box and grass in the pots - and, of course bark make the whole thing more compact.
This stone is new. At the moment it' s part of the Easter decorations. Later it will find a good place in the rock garden or near the pond.
Here is a close-up picture for my Canadian, "stone" friend Gisela. The ornamental pattern isn' t a prehistoric plant as some people think but minerals which have flowed into the fissured stone.