It was love at first sight and snip! Whether I’m giving my rosemary topiaries a haircut, just snipping a couple of fragrant branches to cook with, or adding a touch of evergreen pretty to a platter, I love my Fiskars Softgrip® Micro-Tip® Pruning Snip. Quite the impressive name for such an efficient and compactly designed pair of snippers! But it’s small but mighty sharp stainless steel blades give a clean cut to the woody stems every single time. Love having just the right tool for the job.

Happy snipping!

Love, Nora


  1. Mary Lou Cummings on September 21, 2016 at 1:38 pm

    Do you keep your Rosemary plant outside and bring it inside in the fall? Have one in a pot outside on my sunny patio. Not sure how it will do inside. I suppose I could try and if all else fails, buy another next spring. I see you have some pretty big specimens inside!

    • Nora on September 27, 2016 at 11:52 am

      Hi Mary Lou! My rosemary plants live inside all year….in a southern exposure window. They LOVE it there! When i tried taking them outside to the other side of the window, it was way too hot and bright for them. They’ve also grown to be enormous so it’s very hard to move them! I have a pair of bay plants and orchids that do summer outside and winter inside! It’s all been trial and error.
      Thanks! Love, Nora

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