Friday, February 1, 2008

I Am So Ready For Spring!

In our previous house - I had a goal and I actually accomplished it before we moved. That goal was to have enough flowers planted that at any time of the year, I could go outside and cut fresh flowers. This is not my garden, but I wanted to share this fun idea of planting flowers.


Karen H. said...

Good Morning Julie,
Oh my, those are some beautiful flowers in the garden. "THANK YOU" for sharing them with us. Since it doesn't look like we are going to get any Snow this Winter, I guess I'm ready for Spring as well. I do enjoy seeing all the flowers blooming in the Spring. We don't have a very big yard here where we live at now, but I may and try to find some that I can plant around the front part of the house. Take care my friend and have a great day and weekend. May God Bless You and Yours.

Karen H.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful photo, Julie. We have about 8 inches of snow on the ground this morning. Loving it! We need moisture. I can hardly wait to see if our Endless Summer Hydrangea bushes bloom this year. We lost them to a late freeze last year.

I'm ready for flowers and Spring, too!

PAT said...

I don't know what happened, I must have hit the anon. button!! Sorry...anon. is I....Pat from the Back Porch!


Amy at Bunny Rose Cottage said...

Oh you are lucky Julie! The only real flowers I get to see are inside. Somehow, it just isnt the same.

What a beautiful picture, I love that idea!

I am so ready for spring too :)


Nancy said...

It is a cute idea! I'm dreaming of spring too... which may not be a good thing with another 8-18" of snow coming our way....

MariaJ said...

Oh all gold we can see now is the sun which is shining. The snow is sparkling. This is a lovely photo indeed. I've seen this idea before but only with one pot. It looks fabulous with many. Visit my blog and you can see where I've been.

vivian said...

lovely picture, I've seen people plant flowers in old barrels turned on their sides too, I love that way that looks!
I love flowers and spend a fortune every year planting window boxes and planters and some others, but I'm not great at gardening in the ground! Oh well, I have fun!
have a great night!

Naturegirl said...

Julie I love love this arrangement in the garden! I usually have one pot of spilling plants but 3 together are just so lovely! Thanks for sharing!
hugs NG