Hello Dear Readers!
I hope you have enjoyed your weekend
and you are ready for some wonderful
flower inspiration during these winter months.
Join me today for Monday Morning Blooms
along with my flower loving friends, Mary and Pam
(Lidy was unable to join us today)
bringing you one of the things that
brings us joy ….. flowers!
The links to their posts are
below their beautiful images
at the bottom of this post.
Spring bulb flowers have been on my mind,
so I present:
A CONTAINER GARDEN IN SILVER
We had our very first snowfall; however,
it did not last long and only dusted the
ground with a beautiful blanket of white.
I am all about thinking about the Spring Bulb
flowers appearing at the grocery stores.
The grocery store had its usual selection of
flowers…however, had a great selection of
potted spring bulb flowers . . .
Hyacinths, tulips, mini daffodils.
I had picked up some
hydrangeas, white stock roses and asters.
When I saw the rack of the potted
spring flowers, I thought…hmmm…
I could create a combination of
fresh flowers and small potted ones.
I polished up my silver trophy bowl
and placed the potted flowers with their
sleeves in the middle of the bowl.
Wet floral foam pieces were placed
around the inner edges/circumference of the bowl to secure
the potted flowers and to provide for the
the cut flowers, of hydrangeas, stock roses, and asters.
I wasn’t quite certain how my
part potted flowers and cut flowers
arrangement would work out.
I had a “Plan B”.
However, I do like the way it
all came together.
When the cut flowers have seen their day,
then I still have the potted flowers to
plant and enjoy!
Now it is time to visit my wonderfully
talented flower friends. They have
lots of beautiful inspiration to
whisk away those winter blues!!
Pam ~ Everyday Living
Mary ~ Home Is Where The Boat Is
I wish you all a most beautiful day
hopefully filled with much sunshine and joy!
The winner of the Floral Life Crowning Glory Spray
is Kathy B. Congrats Kathy and to those who entered
I thank you so much. I so appreciate your visits!