Monday, February 28, 2011

Monday Morning Flowers! Goodbye February!



Happy Monday to all!


February makes a bridge and March breaks it.
- George Hebert





From December to March, there are for many of
us three gardens:
the garden outdoors,
the garden of pots and bowls in the house,
and the garden of the mind's eye.
-- Katherine S. White


Hope you are on your way to a good week ahead!

44 comments:

Seams Inspired said...

Thank you for the lovely flowers this Monday morning! My neighborhood is beginning to bloom with daffodils and cherry blossoms. Here's hoping that February bridge stands firmly on its own so an unexpected March frost doesn't break it too soon. ;o)

Happy Monday!

Mamma has spoken said...

I was excited yesterday because I saw some of my daffodils coming up out of the ground! They're only an inch or two but they're there. Hope the frost stays away.

Catherine said...

I am hoping March brings some nice weather as February was much too nasty! Beautiful flowers Betty!
xo Catherine

Jennifer Shirk said...

Oooh, I LOVE that burst of orange in that first flower. Birightens my cloudy and rainy day today.

Nicole said...

I am SOOOO excited about March. It will be a good month!

Anne Gallagher said...

Beautiful Beautiful. Thanks so much.

welcome to my world of poetry said...

The coming month March is a lovely month, Mother Nature seems to awaken after the gloomy winter,
Loved your post.

Yvonne.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

We've been warm lately, so I'm sure flowers are coming soon.

Donna said...

OhOhOh!!!!Hahaaa....Thank You for all this COLOR!!!...sigh...:o)
hughugs

Jules said...

OMG, I love the yellow one! I have lost my mind, February is over? Didn't it just get here?! :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Leah J. Utas said...

Lovely bright start to the week and end to the month.

Nicolasa said...

Gorgeous colors! Thanks so much! I am looking forward to March in hopes that it brings Spring weather!

Out on the prairie said...

Such happy colors in those daisies.I am in an ice palace today.

Georgina Dollface said...

Yes! Bring on the month of March. Up here March is all about glorious yellow daffodils, delicate paper whites and fragrant hyacinths. - G

Pat said...

Beautiful flowers, but that third photo is indescribably delicious!

Brian said...

Beautiful flowers...that's some seriously good whiffin!

KLZ said...

I cannot WAIT until there are actually flowers outside at my house.

Linda said...

And now there is a fourth garden for that December-to-March period...the garden of photos by many excellent photographers in the blogging world. Thanks for your contributions to my winter garden.

Old Kitty said...

Awwww wow BB!!!!! I am feeling most flowery and full of the joys of spring despite the cold, wet and grey weather!!! Beautiful beautiful pics and quotes!!!!!! Roll on March!! Take care
x

Tracy said...

Betty,
The flowers are so lovely...I really like the yellow petals; they look so light and delicate!

thanks for your continued prayers for Ethan. I'm waiting to hear from my niece about what the Dr. said. Have a blessed day!

Gigi said...

Goodbye February! See ya next year! I'm so ready for Spring to get here....

Madi and Mom said...

Hi BB what beautiful Monday flowers you gave us....Good bye February indeed and hello to Mom's retirement month....
Hugs Madi and Mom

Pat Tillett said...

As always, beautiful photos and words! Thanks for the flowers Betty...

Brian Miller said...

wow. those flowers are beautiful...a great way to lighten the monday...nad kinda glad Feb is in the books...one day closer to spring...

Talli Roland said...

Gorgeous flowers! I can't wait until spring. Happy almost March!

Lydia K said...

So beautiful. The color is a welcomed break from all the dismal winteriness around here...

Sara said...

Is that last one a ranunculus? I love them!

slommler said...

Oh what beautiful flower photos! The colors are amazing! Come on spring!!
Hugs
SueAnn

Barbara Shallue said...

beautiful flowers! I'm ready for my wildflowers to start blooming - unfortunately, it appears they're not ready yet...

blueviolet said...

Those vivid colors are doing my spirit wonders!

Ann said...

if this morning is any indication to how the week is going to go I think I'll go to bed and stay there until Friday :)
Your flowers were a good way to end the day though

Peggy K said...

All I've got goin' is the mind's eye garden! Midwest cold is just too severe to consider outdoor, and I just don't do pots & bowls very well!
Thanks for the lovely flowers. I certainly am looking forward to seeing some of those in the spring in my garden!

mskanorado said...

I'm so in love with your series! I know I tell you that all of the time but seriously! You take such BEAUTIFUL photos!

Marlene said...

So pretty and bright! I look outside, and all I see is dirty and brown.....lol. (Ok, so that's better than dirty and WHITE!)

annie said...

Beautiful photos of the flowers. Wow!

Daisy said...

Goodbye, February! Hurray for that! The flowers are gorgeous, Betty. Thank you. :)

Hilary said...

Oh such beautiful, vibrant WARM colours. I love it.

Cheeseboy said...

It's still 35 degrees here. I've got spring fever.

Jimmy said...

As always I do love the colors you bring to us with these beautiful flowers.

faye said...

WOW .. such beautiful flowers.
love the textures.

Zuzana said...

Beautiful flowers and words to start my day - and a new month - the month of spring.;)) The best time of the year is about to begin.;)
Thank you for your very kind comment on my yesterdays post.;)
xoxo

Shan said...

I should have dropped by yesterday. These might have helped my workday along.

Susan in the Boonies said...

Oh, the colors!!! If they're not zinnias, they at least remind me of the joy that zinnias bring!!!

Thank you for sharing!

Baby Sister said...

I love daisies...*sigh* :) Thank you for the flowers!!