Spring flowers - snowdrops and crocuses. Photo: Howard Rice

15 Excellent DIY Backyard Decoration & Outside Redecorating Plans 1 Window for flower boxes

**SIMPLE PLEASURE ~MARCH...rejoice when you see that first buttercup that promises spring is finally on its way!!  Sometimes it even pops up its pretty head in February!!!  If you don't grow daffodils in your yard, bring home a bouquet from a shop or street vendor to brighten your table.

The first buttercup that promises spring is finally on its way! If you don't grow daffodils in your yard, bring home a bouquet from a shop or street vendor to brighten your table.

lilacs gorgeous and so beautifully fragrant

We had two large lilac trees beside our house, in Petrolia, when I was young. We would pick the flowers to enjoy inside, as well. What a beautiful flower; what an amazing scent.

Beautiful field filled with spring flowers such as tulips and muscari: Along a back Fence to look like a stream running along the edge of the yard - WOW!  What a beautiful sight.

The beauty of flowers. Beautiful field filled with spring flowers such as tulips and muscari: Along a back Fence to look like a stream running along the edge of the yard - WOW! What a beautiful sight.

Cafe Au Lait Dahlia. My FAVE flowers. Literally the only flowers I would like to receive, but would rather get the plant to continue to grow them!

local central coast wedding dahlias, dahlias in santa cruz county, cafe au lait dahlia and many more for special events

Plant crocus bulbs in the Fall, a few inches apart, 3 to 4 inches deep (with the pointy end up). After planting, water well.   Plant bulbs in groups or clusters of 10 or more. (rather than spacing them in a single line along a walkway or border.)

Crocuses

Plant crocus bulbs in the Fall, a few inches apart, 3 to 4 inches deep (with the pointy end up). After planting, water well. Plant bulbs in groups or clusters of 10 or more. (rather than spacing them in a single line along a walkway or border.

~~Delphinium 'Fenella' | Garden Buddies forum~~

~Delphinium 'Fenella' - full sun - deer resistant - growing zone ♥ love the differing shades on this variety ♥

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