My books are currently roughly organized by Dewey Decimal system (I would love to actually have the numbers on them), but I'm thinking of trying organizing by color in my office. I'm pretty visual and find I look for the books by spine color anyway, especially within subject categories. This was a huge problem when the bright orange spines of my two favorite cookbooks faded in a sunny kitchen - I can't find them now!
In Defense of: Organizing Books by Color
|4/7/12 9:42 AM|
Funny that no one commented on the vinca as invasive. Morning glories will die over the winter in most temperate locations, but can reseed. Vinca will survive subzero temperatures and 6 feet of snow - in a pot! Then quickly take over the surrounding groundcover, even if it started as a hanging plant. Plus, it's invasive to many forests on the east coast. Pretty easily fixed on a small scale though, just rip up the nasty little buggers if they look like they're heading for the hills.
Before, During, After: An Evolving Outdoor Space
|8/1/11 8:27 PM|