Nothing says Spring is Here better than
fresh blossoming flowers!
We've got little daffodils and tulips sprouting up here and I love it!
I love this pastel flower spread the most!
How gorgeous is it to take just a few blooms from outside and
fill a platter of different sized jars?
They would be the perfect Easter table centerpiece!
If you know me,
you'll know I don't like to get flowers as gifts.
They are beautiful, but I feel guilty when they just die.
Really, I am always telling my husband to buy me chocolate or
crafts or tools or a video game...just not flowers!
I guess I wasn't always this way...I loved getting flowers
when I was a teenager...For my 18th birthday,
all my friends chipped in and got me 100 long stem red roses!
They were quite magnificent!
I guess my view on getting flowers changed when it was
coming out of my own bank account.
I figure money was better spent on something that
will last longer...or be more useful.
Here's where potted bulbs comes in...
I love the idea of a potted bulb!
You can have beautiful blooms in your home,
and then plant the bulb outside for the years to come.
Or plant bulbs outside and cut fresh flowers to
beautify the inside of your home!
see, the best of both worlds!
Best part is...it's not too late to get your Spring blooms!
Potted bulbs are the perfect solution if you forgot to plant your flower bulbs
in the fall and are kicking yourself now that you see the
daffodils and tulips starting to bloom.
Keep them indoors and just repot in your own favorite pot
to match your decor or the hot color of the season.
I love these clear glasses, so the bulbs show!
It's kind of a fun science experiment for the kids to see...
I'd love to hang a bunch of tulips in a metal basket on my
front door! Nothing quite as welcoming!
Ibulb potted plants are available at grocery stores,
garden centers, and flower shops
I think I'll get some when we settle in to our new place!
For now check them out on pinterest!