Why Have a Lily When You Can Have a Bromeliad?
I am sure we will be bringing lillies or tulips to my in laws for Easter Sunday Dinner.
But at home, I tend to keep things more tropical.
The coffee table in the living room needed some freshening up.
So I picked up a bromeliad at Lowe’s the other day.
I wonder how long I will keep this thing alive…
Why have a basket of eggs when you can have a basket of shells?
I am sure the Easter Bunny won’t mind!
When my kids go running into this room on Sunday morning, there will be plenty of signs that the Easter Bunny was here!
Have a wonderful holiday everyone! Have you bought any live plants lately?
That's really pretty. I've been thinking of getting one of Lowes' orchids. Like you say, though, don't know if I can keep it alive for long!
Lovely! Happy Easter! Joann
Oh, pretty, I love Bromeliads, even I struggle to kill them! 🙂 Have a wonderful Easter! xo K
I was just thinking that I might be choosing the lily because it's a whole lot easier to spell. LOL. Your Bromeliad is lovely. Thanks for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay
I am planning to add some house plants to my home next week! It will really be my first attempt, so hopefully I too can keep them alive! Love the bromeliad. It suits your home so well!
I was looking at a Bromeliad at Wal-mart yesterday. I think they are so neat. Yours looks great on the coffee table.
Your plant is gorgeous, but while looking at it I got a little sidetracked by your table and chairs. I love the texture combination of the formal caning in your coffee table with the informal weaving of the chairs next to it. It's a tropical feel that reminds me of colonial island life.