Monday, March 31, 2014

Spring Floral Inspiration

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Spring has sprung in California with true spring-like weather of unsettled weather.
We are finally getting some much needed rain and that means flowers!

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I'm always looking for floral inspiration, especially today as I head out to the garden with clippers in hand.
Although hydrangeas aren't blooming in the yard yet, this fun arrangement of white hydrangeas mimicking cauliflower set inside leaves would be perfect for the Easter or Passover table.

Last week I visited a friend who always inspires me with the flowers in her home.
I like how she uses a dried boxwood wreath to support the simple hydrangea plant in this urn.

She used a dried boxwood wreath as well for this simple kitchen arrangement of lettuce in an antique dough bowl.
How cool that it's edible too!

Little vases of roses fill this rectangle stone pot on the coffee table.
I certainly left her home with lots of floral inspiration and determination to decorate my home for spring.
Stay tuned to see what I come up with!

(You can find me at A Stroll Thru Life for Inspire Me Tuesday, and Confessions of a Plate Addict)
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5 comments:

Kathysue said...

Hi D!
This is my favorite time of year, just because of all the flowers in bloom. Pinned the hydrangea mimicking cauliflower, LOVE!! Can't wait to see what lovelies you come up with, you are always so clever!!
happy Monday!

Cindy Ritchie said...

I love your floral inspirations! I am always looking for new ways to play with flowers!

Carol@6WilsonBlog.com said...

I can't WAIT until the weather turns to spring here in Massachusetts, and we can actually start thinking about flowers! Thanks for the lovely inspiration, especially the hydrangeas and leaves on the table!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Great inspiration pics. I love the cauliflower leaves as a vase, how fabulous is that. Hugs, Marty

Terri~terrileeauthor said...

I'm sure she gets a lot of inspiration from you as well.

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