Apr 4, 2013

~ spring pots

I never thought 60 degrees could make me so happy...

But it does. 60 degrees + ranunculus + pansies = pure joy.
Vicki Lea showed up just in time to cheer up my poor pitiful pots for Easter...













The ranunculus doesn't even look real... 
My husband thought I put fake flowers in our pots!








Such a cheerful and happy change to the gray that's been hanging around... Sheets are prepared and ready as the weather around here is so unpredictable. Just after planting was completed, it snowed and dipped back down into the 20's. UGH!

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9 comments:

Acquired Objects said...

Your pots are beautfiul and look just like a holiday! We can't plant ours up until May due to snow and cold so thank you Jan for sharing.

XXX
Debra~

carolyn bradford said...

These pots are truly spectacular! Love how happy and cheerful they are! Definitely puts a smile on your face to see something so beautiful! I can't wait to plant some flowers!

Janie's World said...

Beautiful! Ranunculus are one of my favorites, little ruffled beauties. The pots are so festive and joyful!

Janie's World said...

p.s. I love your little doggie in the window!

BRASWELL said...

What happy spring looking pots + pooch looking so cute.
xxpeggybraswelldesign.com

Maryanne White said...

Delightful! You & Vicki make a good team. Love the color choices.

The enchanted home said...

So thats what you have been up to! Absolutely gorgeous...love all the colors, what a beautiful way to celebrate spring. We are not quite there, creeping into the 50's but still too cold for any planting...cannot wait though! You have done a beautiful job, love all the vibrant color.

designchic said...

These look absolutely fabulous and I'm going to save this post so when it's finally warm enough to plant mine, and can try to do something equally as beautiful - amazing job!!

Sarah said...

Jan, these are gorgeous! Makes me want to repot all my urns. It's cold here again as well, but not freezing. Strangest spring ever.