Flag sets include both a garden flag and mailbox covering of your chosen design so that you can have the best of both worlds. Here are 2 of the best winter flag sets to give your garden the pick-me-up that it deserves.
Although the first day of winter doesn’t officially arrive until December 21st, otherwise known as the winter solstice, with the weather dropping, the snow falling and the faint hum of Christmas carols being heard in the distance, it certainly looks and feels like autumn has past and winter has barged in to take its place. There’s no denying that winter has come yet again.
Winter is finally upon us, and that means it's time to bundle up, get our holiday shopping done, and last but not least, be thankful for all that we have in our lives! Below are 12 fantastic winter flags that make for amazing gifts! We've carefully hand selected our best winter themed flags, so this year, give the gift of a beautiful flag.
The first day of winter this year is December twenty first. Be prepared to welcome winter with a quality flag from Flagsrus. Welcome winter flags can give your home or yard a little burst of color during the cold, dreary winter. This blog will feature a few winter welcome flags sold on flagsrus.org. Don't wait too long before ordering. Supplies are limited!
Although it may be nice to look at, the sense of a “winter wonderland” can easily lose its excitement after the 50th centimetre of snow gets whipped in your face as you stare into the never-ending blizzard.
For us gardeners, winter can make us a little restless. There are all sorts of hobbies that can keep us busy when we’re snowbound. Knitting, crochet, baking and quilting come to mind. But have you ever considered taking an art class?
Of course, snow at this time means nicely saturated soil come spring time: ideal conditions for gardening. This will be our first spring and full summer in our new home and we're definitely looking forward to establishing some fresh horticultural traditions on our new property.
As I write this, a snow storm has gone through many states including mine of Virginia. Many birds that usually eat insects, fruits and plant seeds in the summer don't have as much of these available in winter.
Some frosty fun might sound like a good idea to some but not everyone likes a chilly day. On the bright side, however, is that everyone young and old can enjoy the sense of winter with the traditional craft of making beautiful and one of a kind paper snowflakes!