Can you have too much?!
Isn’t it fascinating that something so beautiful is found in nature, you don’t have to go to the store and spend money to buy it.
I love Bittersweet also you can never have enough! I live in Indiana and my husband and I have been picking lots of it we were trying to sell some but haven't had much luck. We love to decorate with it it's so pretty. Lisa
Hi Mindy.......yes...just beautiful.....love the bittersweet so......I bought 2 plants years back hoping to have berries of my own....darn thing still hasn't bloomed......So....go to the lake and get me some bittersweet......Enjoy the weekend.....Blessings Francine.
Yes, YOU can have too much since I don't have ANY because it doesn't grow in Utah - we have to settle for the fake stuff - sigh!
No... you can never have enough bittersweet! Love it!! I do buy the fake stuff... but some of it is so life-like.... Love the real thing, but I heard somewhere that the berries are poisonous to animals (???) Don't know if it is true but I haven't taken any chances with my pups who eat EVERYTHING!! Real or fake, it's one of my favorite things to decorate with for fall....Your pics are beautiful.
Love it.Wish I could find some :)HugsTracewww.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com
Oh I am envious, I can not for the life of me find any growing around where I live... I have searched and searched, I have to go with the fake as well.... so I have to agree with the other ladies, no you can't ever have enough.:)Prim Blessings~Rhonda~
Very pretty Bittersweet Mindy....looks great how you have it.HugsEarlene
I look forward to Bittersweet all summer! Enjoy.
Beautiful photos. And to answer your question, never!:) you can never have too much! Hugs,Tam
Wow, what I would give to live where we could go out and pick some bittersweet. Have never seen it here in our part of the woods. I have purchased several bundles for the last 2 years when we have vacationed in Ohio in September. Cherish every little sprig !! Yours looks amazing how you have decorated with it. Have a fun filled weekend. Angela
I love bittersweet. It grows in Iowa, but I can't ever find any! My dad usually does and sometimes shares with me.
hi, Mindy~ Beautiful bittesweet displays~have a great day~smilesTeresa
I see I have a lot of catching up to do! Love how you've decorated with so many things from nature. Just one of the reasons I love fall so much. One year one of my son's roommates in Colorado purchased osage oranges online to help keep spiders away! ~Roberta
I love bittersweet..just wish I could grow it here in Michigan..can never find any of the real stuff in my neck of the woods. Take care, Janice