Nature in the home

24 Apr 2013









Encouraged by Lou this week to forage, these were all found in our garden. We have a little patch of wild and self seeded flowers at the top of our garden amongst the grass, like these forget-me-not's and pretty yellow celandine. I managed to go around them when I did our first mow this week and so some of these come from there. I also found our first bluebell and a couple of periwinkles tucked behind some bushes too - hidden away from any little perfume making hands!

Linking in with Lou of little green shed and her nature in the home series.

27 comments :

  1. I am impressed, and not a little envious, of the colour you found in your garden! Gorgeous displays, and I do like those shelves. x

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  2. Just so beautiful - I am totally off to paint my walls white because of you!

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  3. Beautiful arrangements, am so jealous that your forget-me-nots are starting to flower, I love them but ours appear to be a little while off yet.

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  4. Everything look beautiful, love all your flowers.

    Have a lovely day!

    xx

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  5. Gorgeous flowers and gorgeous photos - as always.
    June

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  6. Beautiful Caroline ... the last little posy is just gorgeous ... and like Gillian I am a little envious of your beautiful colourful flowers ... ours are still all yellow and green :) ... thank you for your lovely birthday wishes earlier ... Bee xx

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  7. oh very lovely, wish the bluebells in our garden would hurry up and come out.

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  8. Wow, some beautiful colours in your garden!
    Love the shelves!

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  9. Love this so much! Your blog is lovely - how have I only just found you!

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  10. Gorgeous, especially the vase with the mustardy yellow flowers, your garden must be beautiful if you can find all these flowers there! /maria

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  11. Oh, I love forget-me-nots! Such lovely blooms in your garden :)

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  12. So so pretty!!!! It just goes to show that tiny weed style flowers are most definitely the prettiest. xx

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  13. oh those are just sublime and you caught them in photos so well! lovely post...now why the heck have i no flowers in my garden yet!!!!

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  14. such lovely flowers... I agree with Lou, I think I love the wild/weed flowers the best x

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  15. Wow lovely pictures! Your blog is amazing :) xx

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  16. What a beautiful mix of colours you've found. I have garden envy - love the sound of a wildflower patch. x

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  17. The colours! Love the colours you have found!

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  18. Oh an ode to spring time if I ever saw one! These are all magnificent! perfecto! xxoo

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  19. I LOVE this! You've inspired me to create a little wildflower patch in our garden

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  20. Gosh I'm not sure what I love more, the pretty selection of flowers or those magnificent shelves, just gorgeous! x

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  21. So much early colour I'm jealous - very beautiful I just love simple jars too
    Sue x

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  22. The last two photos are simply gorgeous, the colours are fabulous and each flower so pretty in its own way, thanks for showing us, katie x

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  23. Wow. Those forget me nots are just gorgeous. Actually, the whole arrangement is. I like your shelves too (:

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