Like so many others we had never heard of a “Windharp “ or as it is historically known as an “Aeolian Harp” Named after Aeolus, the Greek god of wind in Greek mythology, the harp transforms the energy of the wind into musical sounds or “sings”. It is one of the oldest known musical instruments. The first Aeolian harps were made by the ancient Greeks, and according to legend, King David hung his harp in a open window to hear it being played by the wind.
Crafty Wind Chime - What you will need 1 Whisk that you no longer use 10-12 Book rings (the metal rings that students sometimes hang index cards on) 1-2 Spools of colored ribbon (preferably spring colors!) Beads, foam shapes or other decorations
Calling All Birds (and Butterflies!) Cottage gardeners invite wildlife into their yards with feeders and birdhouses for birds, and with plants that attract bees and butterflies. Backyard birds eat mosquitoes and other small pests; bees pollinate flowers and help renew plantings. Salvia and Penstemon attract hummingbirds; butterflies like Phlox and Echinacea - Gardening For You
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