Progress is slowly being made on our farmhouse table, so I've started to think about tablescapes for my reveal post. Joanna Gaines from HGTV's Fixer Upper has really made cotton stems and olive branches synonymous with farmhouse decor so I had thought that maybe I would include one of those items. But then I saw these cuties!
Olive topiaries from Williams Sonoma! These topiaries are alive, so a green thumb might be required. This olive topiary stays green all year round, which is a bonus for those dreary winter months here in Indiana.
You can choose between two sizes. The smaller topiary gets to be about five foot tall and does not flower or produce fruit. The larger topiary can grow to 15 foot tall and flowers in the spring with fruit in the fall. How cool would it be to have your own olives?! I would have to learn how to make olive oil because I don't actually like to eat olives.
The topiary does require bright light or full sun, so I'm not sure that I would be able to keep a topiary or two on my table all of the time, but moving it for a fun centerpiece every now again would be totally worth it!