St. Patty’s Day is celebrated annually on March 17.There are festivals all across the country from San Francisco to New Orleans. In our city of Chicago the river is dyed green. The parade through New York City sees around two million people attend every year.
Spring is almost here. Nothing says, its spring time like Tulips, the most coveted Dutch flower. Today, I am going to share with you, 35 amazing and helpful tips to care for your cut tulips, to last longer in your vase.Tulips brings a splash of colorful elegance, to whichever space they occupy. Be it in a garden or in a vase, their colorful happy energy turns cold, dark winter days into brighter, cheerful ones. Come spring, you start seeing more of them in wedding and flower arrangements .
One of the earliest Spring blooms to show up are the lovely Daffodils.This post is all about the Daffodils. Daffodils (Narcissus) may be the most popular of all spring-blooming bulbs. The classic yellow daffodil, with its big ruffled trumpet has been welcoming spring for generations.
In the language of flowers, crocus means cheerfulness.
Our life is filled with different seasons.It’s only natural that we experience periods of growth (spring), plenty (summer), ebb (the fall), and challenge (winter).The wisdom lies in knowing that ……No season can last forever.
“There is a pleasure in pathless woods, There is a rapture on the lonely shore, There is society where none intrudes, By the deep sea, and music in it’s roar: I love not man the less, but NATURE more” ~ Lord Byron “The human spirit needs places where nature has […]