Saturday, March 5, 2016

Flower Power




       Happy Weekend!

   I hope you are enjoying a
happy weekend.
Even though it is cold here this
weekend we know that spring
is on the way and next weekend
we move our clocks ahead so the
evenings are brighter.

Anyway, I have some pretty bouquets
for you to enjoy.

The photo above was taken on our
trip to England a few years ago in
Chipping Camden.


                                                                      Looking forward to the return
                                                                      of our spring garden.Daffodils
                                                                      are so cheerful.
                                                                          A simple bouquet of
                                                                          peonies from our garden.
                                                                          They bloom here in June and July.
                         Some English roses from our garden
  with a pink hydrangea.

                                                                        You can never get tired of
                                                                         peonies.

                                                                             I love lilacs too.
                                                                                Hyacinths in an old
                                                                                transferware pitcher.

                                                               Roses, carnations and tulips.

Not sure which I love the most....
the transferware pitcher of the
beautiful peonies.
                                                                                   
And roses....who doesn't love
a bouquet of roses???



   A late summer bouquet from
             our garden with a transferware tea.

Thank you for your visit!
Carolyn

12 comments:

Bernideen said...

Dear Carolyn:
Your peonies and lilacs seem to go on forever. I am always amazed at this and also your hydrangeas just go and go. I look forward to seeing your garden again.

Two Cottages And Tea said...

Beautiful bouquet's! I too am looking forward to seeing your flower gardens again! Always so beautiful and inspiring!
Blessings,
Nancy

20 North Ora said...

Beautiful flowers and gorgeous vignettes! Thanks for sharing.

Judy

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Such lovely flowers Carolyn! All in pretty containers too! Just today I acquired a blue transferware pitcher that has the same shape as yours but a little bit of a different scene on it, but amazingly close. What do you know about yours? Mine has a family note with it that says it was purchased in New Orleans about 1840. I will be posting about it sometime.
Again, thanks for your lovely photos. I can almost smell the sweet fragrance of Spring!
Gina

Charlotte Neve Grün said...

So beautiful and complete. Is completely lost for words. Truly a beautiful speech.
Absolutely love all the beautiful bouquets.

Lovely Sunday
Charlotte

Elena Larra said...

Carolyn my name is Helen.I'm spanish.I live in Burgos.I love your hobbies and I have got the same hobbies.I've got a Garden and I've never planted peonies but I love it. MY grandfather has got enormous red peonies.Marvellous!

Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

Beautiful bouquets and flowers! I love Spring! Thanks for the inspiration! We're almost there!

Janneke said...

Oh dear, how I love all these wonderful bouquets of flowers.

Lee@A Guide to Northeastern Gardening said...

Your colorful flower bouquets certainly brighten this 40 degree day. Spring is definitely on the way and soon we will be seeing peony and lilacs all blooming outside again! Thanks for sharing your wonderful flowers.

Sandi said...

Stunning flowers!

Is it really almost time to spring ahead?

Cindy Rasley said...

Beautiful!

Katharina Philomena said...

The flowers are so beautiful. At the moment we have snow and it s very cold. I m looking forward to warm days and the spring.
Have a nice week