Thursday, May 3, 2012

Early Spring Garden

Hello everyone,
      I hope you are having a good week. We are spending a lot of time in the garden getting it ready for our first tour from Japan in a couple of weeks. I took some photos in the garden today so you can see what is blooming now. It is coming along and a couple of weeks will make a big difference,I hope.

It is lovely to have lots of daffodils for cheery bouquets in the house.

I love to eat outdoors as soon as the weather warms up.
Pansies blooming in a pretty bowl.
I love these white and apricot daffodils.
A pretty spring teapot.
Just a few shots of our early spring garden.

I have to admit all this gardening makes me look forward to a good hot soak and early to bed!

I am joining My Romantic Home for Show and Tell today and The Rose Garden in Malevik for Show Off Saturday.

Thank you for visiting,

Carolyn

23 comments:

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Carolyn: Beautiful spring flowers. Sunshine on your table and a lovely teapot. Happy Thursday..Judy

Shelia said...

So beautiful, Carolyn.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Lovely early spring garden awesomeness.

Hope you enjoyed your soak in your pretty claw tub!!

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Your early blooms are lovely. Tons of work. But I'm sure it's an exciting time for you. A tour would be lovely!

Victorian1885 said...

So pretty Carolyn.. enjoy your well deserved sleep! You are like the Energizer Bunny!

Susan said...

Oh my GOODNESS, Carolyn. You have a LOT of flowers out already. You are way ahead of us here in Massachusetts. Not all that much is blooming yet. Your daffodillies are soooooooo pretty. Susan

Linda said...

All is good! :-)
Hugs,
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pink-Days-in-Bloom/382061855145657

Bella said...

Hi Carolyn,
Love all the dafs! The flowers in china, so sweet, and I love the floral tea pot too :-)
I know what you mean about a good soak, all that work makes the bath feel even better then usual :-)
Hugs,
Bella

Merlesworld said...

You have a lovely garden we are going into Winter soon so our gardens are a bit bare, nice to see some bright flowers yellow is such a great colour against the the green.
Merle from Sydney

Gilda - Sweet Sweet Home said...

I am happy that you have arrived at last summer. I guess your already fantastic garden and the fragrance that your flowers. a big kiss. Gilda

Rowan said...

Your daffodils are lovely, mine are long gone and all dead-headed now - still no sunshine here though:(

AshTreeCottage said...

Beautiful as always Carolyn! Have a great weekend.

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

La Table De Nana said...

Quite a bit ahead of us..Just lovely~

Heather said...

I'm right with you on the bath and an early bed. The wonderful thing about spring is that it beckons us outside to wear off those winter cobwebs on our muscles. The bad thing is that as we get older, it take its toll.

The daffodils and pansies are beautiful shots. I just cut our first lilacs of the season - everything is so early this year in SW Ontario, Canada.

GIFT TO INDIA 24x7 said...

Your flowers and decoration is beautiful, I am impress to view it. Am doing business Gift to India, in this Rakhi occassion for sending Rakhi to India, i need some flowers. I will get back o you shortly.

Hania said...

Such a wonderful collection from you and superb post.

Heated Towel Rails | Gazebo | Patio Heaters

The Rosegarden in Malevik said...

Hi Carolyn
You are so Artistic,,,,,reallt talented...YES I say it again,,,,,,,Toy are still Number ONE in the Blogworld :)
I will soon make a link to you,,,,,can I borrow some photos??
Hugs from
Håkan

Hjem og Glede said...

Hello Carolyn.

Wow.....I just love to wisit your blog!
Have a great weekend.

Hugs Camilla.

June said...

So much beauty here again Carolyn. I know all your hard work pays off my friend and that you even have to love the sore muscles to have such a gorgeous garden : )
sending hugs...

Barb said...

Hi Carolyn,
Your garden is gorgeous......I love the beautiful early spring flowers. Daffodils are a promise of more beauty to come.
Hope the tour people appreciate all your hard work.
Enjoy that soaking bath.
God Bless
Barb from Australia

Kathie said...

Daffodils are on our table too - such an exciting time of year! New blossoms everywhere.

Nooria said...

I was given the link to your blog the other day, and I must say I am happy for that. I have spent quite some time watching the pictures of your garden. I love it! Thank you for alle the beauty you share! From this day I will have your blog in my blog roll.

Rakesh Seo Expert said...

Houston's Source For Modern and Contemporary Home and Office Furniture Since 1982, Leather Furniture, Recliners, Dining Tables and Chairs, Bedroom Furnituremodern furniture Houston