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Ready For Spring and Flowers?

Hey you!  I bet you thought I disappeared from planet earth.  Nope, not yet.  I’ve been working diligently on creating pieces that I can share with you.  The never ending battle of getting my son’s room complete is still underway.  I have a plethora of DIY projects in that room coming your way.  If you aren’t updating a child’s room, there are still a lot of ideas you can take away and use in any of your rooms, trust me!  In the meantime, I am itching for Spring… what about you?  I thought I would share with you some pictures I have taken to get you (and me) in the mood.  


Biltmore Gardens


The Biltmore Hot House.



A Knockout Rose from my garden.


A happy critter enjoying my roses.

Flowers and Bees

Beautiful Bees enjoying and making flowers happy.

Double Petite Roses

Petals opening for spring.  Yellow Roses are so pretty.

Flowers in Spring

I am looking forward to Dianthus to show their color this spring.

Last, but not least…

Zinnia in the Garden



This flower makes a statement, I just love it!

I hope you enjoyed this show of color.  Are you looking forward to spring

and the life of color that comes with it?

I am!  It will be a welcoming sight.

Have a beautiful day today.



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  • Betsy(@coastal-colors)

    Gorgeous photos and post, Angie! Wow, you have me so excited about Spring! Thanks for sharing these lovely flowers!

    March 15, 2013 at 5:56 pm Reply
    • Angie

      Thanks Betsy! I am so excited for Spring… aaah, to feel the warmth again.

      March 16, 2013 at 6:19 pm Reply
  • SheilaG @ Plum Doodles

    You have some gorgeous photos, Angie! Today sure felt like spring- I always get excited to plant some flowers, but I’m not much of a gardener, so the elation fades quickly as the temps heat up. 🙂

    March 16, 2013 at 10:29 pm Reply
    • Angie

      Thanks Sheila! I am digging this warm weather and can’t wait to get digging in the soil. When it does get hot it is definitely harder to keep those flowers looking happy. 😉

      March 20, 2013 at 8:39 am Reply
  • Miss Charming

    Love the photos, Angie! You have such beautiful blooms in your garden.

    March 24, 2013 at 9:09 pm Reply
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