Blog Posts - Spring Garden



French Rolling Pin and Dough Bowl

Last weekend, I went to Atlanta to retrieve an auction item we’d won - garden tools. I bid on a French style bed and was outbid. Sigh. There will be one in my future! Since I was traveling so far, I thought I’d see if there were any...
by A Delightsome Life on Apr 21, 2014

Sitting

  “Sitting in your garden is a feat to be worked at with unflagging determination and single-mindedness – for what gardener worth his salt sits down.  I am deeply committed to sitting in the garden.”  -  Mirabel Osler I love...
by A Delightsome Life on Apr 15, 2014

Spring Garden Fever

For Most of the country it appears that this year we will be having a late Spring and there are many a gardener with spring garden fever. Mother Nature of course is fickle and very unpredictable, but hey isn’t that … Continue reading U...
by Glenns Garden on Apr 10, 2014

Spring Garden Fever

For Most of the country it appears that this year we will be having a late Spring and there are many a gardener with spring garden fever. Mother Nature of course is fickle and very unpredictable, but hey isn’t that … Continue reading U...
by Glenns Garden on Apr 10, 2014

Garden Journal

The Garden in March Spring is on a roll here! We’ve had several beautifully warm days where we could spend time outdoors. I have been laying mulch out, cleaning and removing dead or damaged branches. It’s wonderful to see the garden come...
by A Delightsome Life on Mar 25, 2014

A Spring Lunch

Pink Cakes are for Daughters Last week I made a cake just for Dearest. This weekend, I made a cake welcoming our daughter back from her trip to Mexico. In her honor I made it pink. She loved it! It is a pink pound cake with a simple pink lemonade ici...
by A Delightsome Life on Mar 24, 2014

Easy 10 Ways To Spruce Up Your Garden For Spring

Spring is here, even if the temperatures in your backyard aren’t agreeing! It’s time to think about landscaping and cleaning up the garden once again. From weeding to re-mulching, it may not be the most fun part of the warm weather season...
by Home decoration on Mar 24, 2014

Jubilant Green

Spring Porch Decor I should be painting the door and the awning. But I was so delighted in the bright green burlap ribbon and the ‘Jubilant Green’ acryllic paint I used to paint the letter “R”; I had to take a quick break from...
by A Delightsome Life on Mar 21, 2014

How To Care For Spring Flowers And Have Better Blooms Next Year

Do you know when to best fertilize spring flowers like tulips and daffodils? Do you know what to do with their foliage when the blooms die? We tell you! The post How To Care For Spring Flowers And Have Better Blooms Next Year appeared first on Playti...
by Playtime and Party on Mar 20, 2014

Let’s Round it Up

The Scoop Mega Spring LINKY Party What a wonderful, inspiring party! What a Delightsome event! It was an honor to join in with over 30 of our fellow Bloggers in sponsoring a fantastic LINKY party to celebrate all things Spring. Several Bloggers creat...
by A Delightsome Life on Mar 8, 2014

The Scoop’s Mega Spring Linky Party

 Spring Fresh! This has been a long hard winter for many, and it is not quite over. But, there are signs everywhere that spring’s arrival is imminent.  In our corner of the world, spring begins with daffodils and forsythia. I call the...
by A Delightsome Life on Mar 3, 2014

Thinking of Spring

Today is such a beautiful day… the notion that Spring is around the corner could easily be believed today. I am ready for a little bit of change, a little more pastel colors… So I brought in a few daffodils from the garden and placed them in...
by A Delightsome Life on Feb 17, 2014

Green Garden Blossom Wallpaper

Green Garden Blossom Wallpaper Spring Green Garden HD Wallpaper for background. Digital the flower garden bartley green Blossom Wallpaper. Garden desktop wallpapers latest Nature Collection.
by Sarah Polan on Nov 20, 2013

Garden Party

On Saturday, my friend hosted a Garden Party at her home. She asked that I help, my contributions were minimal because of my extra work hours- she and her husband outdid themselves in creating a lovely atmosphere where 16 women enjoyed each otherR...
by A Delightsome Life on May 14, 2013

Colored leaves – from Instagram

These small shrubs perfectly bushes by their colors perfectly complement evergreens conifers. Their leaves are full of colors ranging from bright yellow to dark red on the edges. Remotely disrupt the greenness of spring garden and in close view thei...
by Lubos Bruha Photography on May 2, 2013

Planted My First Garden Crop This Year

First Crop In! In my favorite book, The Encyclopedia of Country Living, written by homesteader, Carla Emery, she tells of planting the first seeds in the early spring, which were peas. Since she was in Idaho, her spring was probably much colder than...
by Homesteading On The Internet on Apr 25, 2013

Garden Journal

Spring’s Exuberance This year, the flowers seem to be expressing themselves in abundance. I am delighted each day to walk round my garden to see what is coming up and what is blooming. Such a blessing and a gift is a garden.  I am sharing this...
by A Delightsome Life on Apr 17, 2013

MOMtrepreneur Crafters of the DaySolar Jar Lights by two crafters

These solar lights were made by the blogger of All is Amazing.I love things that glow.  And when I saw these solar lights my first thought was, how can I get them to change color, or at least have color? Read more »Thanks for subscribing to Barbara...
by Barbara's Beat on Apr 12, 2013

Front Porch Sprucing

Adding Vibrant Color After receiving the news that someone was pirating my blog name and whole posts from several of my blogging friends, I needed a break. So, fortunately, I had some grocery shopping to do. I stopped at the mailbox and there was a c...
by A Delightsome Life on Apr 9, 2013

Get Your Green Thumb On…It’s Garden Time!

If you’ve been visiting us here at Remodelaholic for a while, then you probably know that we are avid gardeners.  It’s hard not to get excited about getting your hands a little dirty when that work pays off with a harvest of 300 pounds o...
by Remodelaholic on Apr 6, 2013


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