27 comments


  • Shadow

    Very pretty! The color is very eye catching! I love it! Thanks!
    shadowluvs2read(at)gmail(dot)com

    April 18, 2015
  • Emily Endrizzi

    I wish I could have a garden, but we live in an apartment. eendrizzi79 at gmail dot com

    April 17, 2015
  • Shari

    Love the first spring flowers, daffodils and tulips. Just planted a pot of pansies to start spring off.

    April 16, 2015
  • JanD

    My favorite is the pink dogwood.
    bituin76 at hotmail dot com

    April 14, 2015
    • Dogwoods are very popular here in BC – the provincial flower, I believe!

      April 14, 2015
  • Alisha Sienkiel

    I love tulips! They are definitely my favorite spring flower.
    sienkiel1821 at yahoo dot com

    April 14, 2015
    • The colors varieties are incredible now, too. Thanks, Alisha!

      April 14, 2015
  • Savannah miller

    I can’t spell it, but my favorite spring bloom is hyacintha 🙂 Purple is my favorite!!

    April 13, 2015
    • Hi Savannah! I love purple hyacinth too, thanks for mentioning it!

      April 14, 2015
  • BookAttict

    Night-blooming Jasmine…and tulips!

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

    April 12, 2015
    • Oh, jasmine is a favorite of mine too, Elizabeth! Thanks for mentioning it!

      April 14, 2015
  • I’m lusting after your rock wall. How lovely! The Basket-of-Gold is just that–unimagined riches adorning the wall. But then, yellow is my favorite color, which helps explain my passion for crocuses. The other part of the crocuses appeal is as harbingers of spring. Even when they bloom through the snow, I know that our winter confinement is nearly at an end.
    casey 4 4 6 at hot mail dot com

    April 10, 2015
    • Thanks, Kimberly! Unimagined riches – what a lovely way to put it! Thanks for stopping by.

      April 10, 2015
  • Thanks for the gardening tips. My favorite spring flower is the creeping phlox because it brings the woodsy hills behind my house a live with color in the spring.
    cchant86 @ yahoo.com

    April 10, 2015
    • Oh creeping phlox – I love that one too! Thanks, Catherine and good luck in the draw!

      April 10, 2015
  • bn100

    daisies

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

    April 09, 2015
  • Barrie

    My favorite spring plant is yellow daffodils that come up in the front of our house. My teen loves to pick them and we keep them in our kitchen…they just look so happy!

    Barrie

    books4me67 at ymail dot com

    April 09, 2015
    • I love them too! And the fact that the deer don’t eat them is a huge plus, here!

      April 10, 2015
  • Shannon

    I agree with the previous commenter in tulips, my husband is half dutch so he loves to give them as our special flower.

    fencingromein at hotmail dot com

    April 09, 2015
  • JeanMP

    I love seeing my crocuses and daffodils come up, then I know spring is finally here.
    skpetal at hotmail dot com

    April 09, 2015
    • There’s nothing like a sea of crocuses… so hardy and hopeful!

      April 10, 2015
  • greentopiaries

    My favorite is Lavender… so many memories from when I was growing up and it is a staple in my garden now. Smells so heavenly 🙂 Thanks for the chance!

    April 09, 2015
    • Me too! I’ve got some on our sidewalk, so you can smell it as you approach the door. Love it!

      April 10, 2015
  • Sarah M

    I loooove tulips! They’re such cheerful plants to see, with all those colors. Sometimes, I think the more colorful plants can look a little fake/gaudy, but tulips just seem elegant to me 🙂

    April 08, 2015
    • I agree, Sarah! Our local growers are showcasing tulips this weekend and the aerial photos are simply amazing… acres of color, I love it! Thanks for stopping by…

      April 08, 2015
    • Sarah M

      Email is ___@___.___.___, fill in with smiles, alumni, cmu, edu (for the big prize!)

      April 09, 2015

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