Flowers @ Heath

IMG_1470 IMG_1480 {This years crocus and hellebore’s at Heath}

The cherry blossoms lining the Tidal Basin off the Potomac River tell us that spring is most definitely on the way! And after the long harsh winter, everyone is waiting for warmer weather, longer days and more time spent outdoors. The anticipation of things to come begins with the gorgeous colors of crocus, daffodils and hellebore’s sprouting around the grounds at Heath.

IMG_1424{Large bowl of daffodils in the kitchen}

My love of flowers goes back to early childhood, when I would pick blooms from my mom’s garden or even the neighbors {mostly without their knowledge}, and would decorate the rooms at home with freshly picked tulips, daffodils or lilacs. The fragrance that emanated always inspired me to sketch or paint these fabulous flowers into notebooks. I am really looking forward to the feel of spring rain and the warmth of the sun while working in the garden, where I will create my own spectacular beauty at Heath.

Garden stylishly,


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4 thoughts on “Flowers @ Heath

  1. Hi Stylish Heath. What beautiful colors you have in your garden so early for springtime. It has been an unusually long winter and I’ve been anxiously waiting for the colors of spring to evolve. And this post has helped me tremendously as we welcome in the pleasant weather. Nice post. Let the gardening begin…………………………………………….


    1. I was able to capture the beauty of these flowers last weekend when the weather warmed. I could not wait to take the camera and explore outdoors…between snow- storms!!


    1. The very next weekend after I took these pics, we had a snow storm. Ice was pelting everything and the electricity went out. But, I am ready to work in the garden {as soon as it warms a bit} so, stop by Stylish Heath to enjoy the flowers!!


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