Flowers for Your Spring Table

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All photos above from Carolyn Roehm and Martha Stewart
All photos below from The Polished Pebble 









A picture is worth a thousand words...right?

~kelley~
26 comments:
  1. your photos are equally as gorgeous! My favorite is the blue wooden bucket!! I just adore it with flowers!!

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  2. Love the photos! I love your arrangements a lot better than the professional ones. They seem a lot more organic and warm. I love them. Good job!

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  3. Oh the cabbage roses are just GORGEOUS!!! I adore them. Very pretty, all of the arrangements!
    ~Angela~

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  4. Hi Kelley!!!
    I'm with Marcy, I love the blue wooden bucket filled with flowers! GORGEOUS! Stunning photos - and the perfect post for my spring longing! It's blooming here ... but there is still the threat of snow ... so, fingers crossed! For now, I'll go back through these beautiful photos and dream ...

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  5. Keley I adore all of these fabulous flowers. All unique in fun and lovely containers! So glorious!!

    Xoxo
    Karena

    Art by Karena

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  6. Oh how I love the peony photos! I just melt when I see that flower. Such pretty inspiration.

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  7. So pretty! I really love the pink and orange bouquet in the blue bucket! Nice job!

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  8. What a lovely group of photos. Your David Austin roses are so lovely!

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  9. i just bought some of the aqua Ball jars from Etsy the other day....i love your pic with the flowers in the jar! as always, your flowers and garden are so beautiful...
    have a great wknd. and thanks for sharing...
    xoxo

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  10. Hi Kelley,

    Thank you for sharing the lovely Spring flowers. I especially enjoyed your flowers in the charming rusic containers - the blue bucket of flowers is delightful.
    Have a wondeful day.
    Blessings,
    Erin

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  11. Holy cow, Kelley. Your flowers are totally gorg! And some great ideas in the first set of photos. The paper bag with the daffs is totally cute but your turquiose basket wins best in show for me.

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  12. Those little blooms tucked into the eggshells are too cute!!

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  13. Wow! Enough said! I love the egg cups!

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  14. I never really liked roses until I saw your cabbage roses. Very pretty Kelley! Are they high maintenance? We had roses growing up and all I remember about their care was aphids.

    Have a great weekend!

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  15. So funny you just posted about spring flowers for your table... I was just thinking about flowers for my house! Love them all! I just put tulips on my kitchen table & white hydrangeas in our entry!!!!! Can't go wrong with those beauties!!! Love all your flowers... So inspiring!!!!

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  16. WONDERFUL collection of photos!
    Of yours I especially like the last one on the table in the pale green pot.

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  17. I love the peony's they are just so fabulous as flowers go, could it be because they don't grow in California? I know when I lived in NY everyone loved Birds of Paradise and I thought, amazing they grow wild in California. But peony's and lilac's ahhh they make me stop and stare. Thank you for your beautiful post.

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  18. LOVELY SPRING flowers... the BEST flowers!!!

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  19. Lovely flowers!! oh Spring here i come!
    great post thanks for sharing :)
    www.madebygirl.com
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  20. Oh my goodness... Your photos make me weak in the knees! I live out in the desert and it's not so easy to garden here. Adore the chunky roses in your first shot ~ Abundance, Lavish, Beauty!!!

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  21. Kelley! Your roses (or are they peonies?) in the large basket are the most beautiful I have ever seen. Did you grow them and do you know the name?
    I love painting roses and peonies and I am getting ready to start a new rose garden. I hope you can help! Many thanks!

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  22. Beautiful pics! I love the cabbages used as blooms! Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Hi there! The flowers that look like peonies are actually David Austin English roses. I have about 50 plants of just 4 varieties. I will do a post soon as soon as the roses are in full bloom. They are so beautiful and fragrant.

    And I love the cabbage roses too! I got those at the farmers market from the flower lady!

    Have a wonderful weekend...kelley

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  24. I love those David Austin English Roses! How are they to grow compared to Peonies? Your garden is just stunning!
    xo, Melissa

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  25. Ahhh, this made my whole morning, thank you!

    Kat :)

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  26. I'm having Easter and a shower here this week. Thanks for the inspirations for table decor!! Beautiful.

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