The snow has melted and the days are slightly warmer which gives me hope that spring will soon be here. As much as I hate weeding and mundane garden maintenance, by this time of year I am yearning to be out in the dirt, no matter the task.
Thankfully, there are some early bloomers, and my all-time-favorite is the hellebore. Hellebores are relatively unknown in the U.S., so I was surprised and delighted when the WSJ did a piece on them recently. A shade loving plant, they are also frost and deer resistant, and come back every year. I especially love their waxy petals and somewhat unusual, non-garish, colors– the hellebore is from the buttercup family, another favorite of mine.
In Arabic, Helibar means “remedy against madness”, and that’s good enough for me.
Striped silk shirt
Belted midi dress
Smocked-neck cotton-poplin top
Sleeveless Midi Dress
Slingback kitten-heel satin pumps
Double-breasted cotton pea coat
Pierce medium black leather bag
Hammock small grained-leather tote
Wide-leg cropped jeans
Utility twill and lace mini skirt