We’re enjoying some welcome 70 degree temperatures our first week of spring that has my palms itching to dig in the dirt!
Our frost date is April 15th so I’m biding my time and satisfying my craving for flowers with spring bulbs. . .
Hyacinths and Daffodils and chalkboard blooms on my Potting Shed door.
I was able to salvage some plum tree blossoms that I cut before our freeze last weekend. I placed them in a bucket in the garage so I could enjoy the pretty pink blooms longer than Mother Nature would allow.
And I picked up a flat of violas to plant that can tolerate our roller coaster spring temperatures and weather.
I found this cute green plaid bunny doormat at World Market a couple of weeks ago.
I couldn’t resist having a little fun with the bunny tail and bouquet his bouquet of flowers. ;)
Walmart had a beautiful selection of spring bulbs. . . large pots of fragrant hyacinths and cheery daffodils for $5 and mini pots for $1.
My vintage metal picnic basket became a make shift planter, lined with some plastic and filled with pots of bulbs.
I added a layer of Spanish moss on top, and tucked in a bird’s nest, along with some speckled faux Easter eggs.
Hope you’re enjoying some spring blooms where you are!