We’ve had some beautiful spring weather and the trees have been bursting with blooms!
I always look forward to seeing the plum trees dressed in pink, putting on their annual spring show.
And I can’t resist cutting branches of pink petals to dress myPotting Shedfor spring.
I filled some watering cans with blossoms to enjoy before they scatter to the wind and make way for purple foliage.
Bunnies are in no hurry to hop away after Easter.
I hung a grapevine wreath on the back door of my Potting Shed and added some plum blossoms.
A pair of wellies hangs in the center, with a moss bunny, potted hyacinth and vintage garden tools.
Along with a found bird nest filled with faux eggs.
A Ball jar of daffodils hangs on a rake next to camellias and old garden clippers. . .
And pots are filled with a mixture of hyacinth, tulips and daffodils, with a few colored eggs still to be found.
The grapevine wreath I had wasn’t quite as large as I would have liked it, so I added some an additional loop of grapevine that I had around the outside, to make it appear larger and “brambly”. I tucked the plum branches in the grapevine, added some old garden tools and a bird nest. The blooms will last only briefly before they shatter and fall, but as for as April showers go, a shower of pink petal confetti is my favorite kind of shower :)
The wellies are hanging on a piece of sturdy jute ribbon over the wreath hanger. A moss bunny, from Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cotton-tail’s table, hopped inside the boot to join a pot of hyacinth in the matching boot.
I hope you’re enjoying some beautiful spring weather and things are blooming in your neck of the woods!