Thursday, April 15, 2010

Early Spring Garden Bouquet

Today is Show and Tell Friday so I wanted to share some early spring beauty from our garden.

The daffodils are so cheery aren't they?

I am hoping my hellebore's will spread as they are such early bloomers in the garden.

It is early here on Prince Edward Island to have much color in the garden so I am delighted to be able to go out and pick a pretty bouquet to share with you! From now until November I will be able to have fresh flowers for the house-it is such a pleasure to watch the garden come into bloom again as you gardeners all know.

Thank you Cindy for hosting at My Romantic Home

&
Thank you for visiting.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend,

Carolyn

38 comments:

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

beautiful flowers.. I can imagine your garden must be blooming with flowers this spring and summer! awesome fragrant!

Lora said...

Lovely...I can almost smell the hyacinth!

Tardevil said...

Your flowers are gorgeous, and so is that pitcher!

Marsha's Mpressions said...

So dainty and beautiful!

Bella said...

Hi Carolyn.. Beautiful Bouquet!! I love the smell of hyacinths.. they smell like spring has arrived!
Hellabore is so expensive in the garden centers here.. but I have some and it makes volunteer plants all around like crazy!
Bella

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Your hellebores are so beautiful. I've tried growing those a couple of times with little success. It might not get cold enough here for them.

I needed to look at something lovely tonight (just because) and I knew I could find it here. You always have the most beautiful pictures of flowers and dishes and your home. Thank you.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful,lovely and fantastic shots !!Amazing stuff !!

It's me said...

Have a wonderful weekend too........nice photos....enjoy ! hugs from me Ria

Hootin' Anni said...

absolutely beautiful....such a wonderful treat of nature for us readers.

My New Doll -my Show n Tell. I would really enjoy your company if you can drop by to visit me. Hope you're having a terrific Friday!!!

Katy Noelle said...

I love Hellebore! Your photos are gorgeous! Thanks for the refreshment.

Love, Katy

Rose Farnsworth Davis said...

The blue and yellow, how beautiful! One of my favorite color combination.
I'm new to your lovely blog and I shall enjoy learning more about you... Rose

FEDERICA said...

You always post fantastic flowers!
Happy weekend!

CatHerder said...

Beautiful..i just got back from the Epcot flower festival in disney..it was amazing

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

What a striking bouquet in your blue tea pot; very nice! Wishing you a beautiful weekend.

Blessings,
Sandi

essemia said...

So many lovely posts you've had lately. Must say I would love to go to Charleston after the pictures you showed us. So beautiful houses.

Hope you have a nice weekend.
Love Elzie

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Carolyn your flowers are beautiful, but the colors are perfection. Oh and you put it in the most complimentary and sweet "vase". So pretty and your post certainly uplifted my spirits!
Yvonne

Zuzu said...

Hello Carolyn,

So many delightful blooms to bring indoors and enjoy - and such sweet gift for you take the time to share them with all of us!

Wishing you a beauty-filled day,
Zuzu

once in a blue moon... said...

it is always joyful here~

Susan said...

Lovely daffodils, Carolyn, and they look so nice in the blue vase. Sincerely, Susan

Betty Jo said...

Goodness yes! The daffodils are cheery, but so is the entire bouquet. Your photos are just exquisite. Enjoy your spring garden!! ♥

Bernideen said...

I think I recall you are an award free blog - but I awarded you today!

Madelief said...

Hi Carolyn,

Beautiful spring colours! I hope the work in the house is going well? Wish you a happy weekend!

Lieve groet, Madelief

Islandsparrow said...

Isn't this early spring a delight! I will have to look up hellebore and add them to my bed.

Hope you're getting rested from your trip Carolyn.

Happy weekend!

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

A lovely bouguet in a beautiful pot. Valerie

sinnlighet said...

Hallo, Sweden here....

I must tell you, that I love your virtual & image blog!! Amazing mix of pic's & so much inspiration!

Regards from Agneta

June said...

Carolyn I just knew that I was missing out on a ton of beauty over here at your place. Your daffs are beautiful. I can't believe that you are already enjoying blooms. My forsythia hasn't even bloomed yet and the daffs are only up about 2 inches. Woe is me! I need some blooms.
I will come over and enjoy yours with you while I wait.
hugs

awal.ny said...

Your pictures are beautiful. Oh how I would love to visit Charleston. I will have to come back when I have more time to see more of your lovely pictures.

Mari Clara said...

Es una belleza tu Blog. Me gusta visitarte ya que me atrae lo elegante de tu presentación. Si, es un blog muy " Elegante". Muy fino y femenino.

A Garden of Threads said...

The flowers look wonderful in the blue teapot. Nothing can beat fresh flower from the garden. Have a wonderful weekend:)

Joanne Kennedy said...

Oh how lucky you are to live on PEI. I went there last year and fell in love! Everything is so pretty there.

I went on a cruise and we stopped there and it was my favorite place.

Your flowers are so lovely!

Hugs,
Joanne

Bonjade said...

Lucky one you are.....
Such great garden such nice colours and fine flowers.......
You are so rich....

I love the helleborus also, I now bought a black one so I am curious how it will be....
Nice weekend

Queen of The Desert said...

I visualized myself sitting in ur garden. Tht's just wonderful...:-)

Paula said...

Dear Carolyn,

Your early spring garden bouquet is gorgeous! You arranged all of your blooms so beautifully!!! I am so happy you are having flowers in your garden to enjoy. What a blessing to be able to have so many fresh flowers from your own garden till November! I hope to have a garden as abundant and beautiful as yours one day! Have a lovely weekend! Love, Paula

Betsy said...

Lovely flowers. Your garden is just so beautiful.
Betsy

Sarah said...

Fresh flowers from your garden for your home is the nicest gift of nature. Love seeing your beautiful blooms. Happy Weekend, my friend!

Olga said...

What else can cheer up a room as fresh flowers do? Your bouquet is lovely!

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

Those flowers are so beautiful. It's just amazing how much later your blooms come up there in the North. Our daffodils bloom in February here in California. Now our roses are blooming!

Denise Marie said...

glorious bouquet.