Sixth Stone: Twelfth Night

All the cards are in a pile. The clip on robins are back in the cupboard, the wreath is in the trunk. The chains of golden stars, the padded silver stars and green trees are in the tin. The gingham-ribboned pewter bells are stored away.
Now it is the turn of the thrusting hyacinths, the budding narcissii to fill the windowsills and proclaim that spring is on its way.

9 thoughts on “Sixth Stone: Twelfth Night

    • Yes I do have one on my kitchen windowsill! They are very easy. Plant, leave somewhere cold and dark, then bring indoors around Christmas, still in a cool place. Most of mine are on the shared landing windowsills where we can all enjoy them.

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