#jungalow hashtag on Instagram | inst24

#jungalow hashtag on Instagram | inst24


So much light ✨🙏


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We are closing early today (June 24th) at 5pm today for the sold out @bloomandgrowradio live taping event with our very own @phillyfoliage! We look forward to seeing all of you at 6pm tonight where we will kick things off with a plant swap 🌿

My resting place with (and without) our 3 week old newborn. I am able to think clearly, read, nurse, and nap better just with the windows open and the familiar scents of summer down on ole Cape Cod. Also, I am trying out a new medium (oil) at the moment. Will report back! 🌻 In the meantime, check out the pillow on my chaise, which was made by a talented high school friend @homespun_by_kelsey. I am thinking about selling our lobster, turtle, and crab pillows at shows ... what do you think?


Add a sprinkle of magic to the garden with up-cycled glass bottles 🦋😍✨ Can you imagine how lovely it is when they swing gently in a little breeze? 💚 📸 @fiagarden 💖


goodbye room 🌿 spent this week moving out of my college apartment and the ending is finally setting in. i’m not sure if I’ve mentioned it on here but i didn’t actually walk at my college graduation (meaning i got my diploma but didn’t attend the graduation ceremony). the opportunities in Europe were too good to pass up and happened at the same time as graduation. i don’t have any regrets about it and i don’t feel like i missed much but i think that graduation offers a lot of closure. i went straight from finishing finals to the Spring Prize event in London so i missed all of the big goodbyes and final celebrations. so now that i’ve just finished moving the last of my stuff out of my room and into boxes, i finally feel like it’s over. bittersweet to say the least. my time at Cornell gave me some of the best and most challenging moments of my life. more importantly, it brought so many wonderful people into my life and while i may have not always felt this way in the present, i’ll always look back on my college years so fondly. thanks Cornell for everything :)