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Spring Flower Arranging

Over the past few weeks, we have had some major doses of snow and wintry weather in the Northeast.  Feeling frustrated, I went to Trader Joes’ and picked up some spring blooms. I also trimmed some budding Forsythia branches from a bush in my yard to create this cheery spring bouquet.  Spring flowers always brighten my day, no matter how gloomy it is outside. I shared how I created this bouquet and a few others from the same stems over on HGTV Gardens this week.

I know spring should be arriving here with warmer temperatures around the beginning of April. There are signs everywhere as I look around.  The days are getting longer.  The sun seems to be shining more strongly  and yesterday morning when I was outside, I could smell spring in the air.  I know the wild birds could sense it too!


Photo Credit: Tilly’s Nest

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  • What a beautiful bouquet! Spring will be here before you know it! Thanks for hosting such a great blog hop!

  • That bouquet is so bright & cheery it would brighten up any gloomy winter day!

  • After looking at the fresh bouquet I have no choice but to go out today and buy some fresh flowers. We just can't get rid of our snow this year.

  • Oooo, so pretty. I must plant some of that magenta Stock in my garden this year.

    I had a guy build some raised planter boxes for veggies and I'm itching to get them going but I keep hitting the nursery and it's just too soon in the season. They don't have what I want in the nurseries yet.

  • What lovely flowers! This week I'm sharing my kale millet salad. Hope you're having a good day :)

  • Kp

    thank you for hosting – and gorgeous shots!

  • Just joined in for the first time this week – thanks for hosting and best wishes from the UK :)