Monday, March 1, 2010

March-ing orders

It's here.
March 1.
And it's time to walk, march, sprint into Spring.
I am getting my supplies ready.



Spring supplies





I can't wait to get my hands dirty and fill all those pretties with colorful blooms.

I like to use plates and tiles in my larger flower groupings. You should try it. I have a feeling you might have that sort of thing laying around.

What are you doing to get ready?

16 comments:

Kim's Treasures said...

Looks lovely...can't wait for flowers!

Linda said...

I love the old green planters! Can't wait to fill them.

Jemm said...

Ooo, what pretty planters. I am SO ready for spring! I've been putting out springy linens and a couple of odds and ends like a springy candle etc. It's coming!!

glenda said...

Good Morning,
Looks like you got your spring on.
I haven't gotten into that yet.
Seems like every time we have a warm day, the wind is howling.
It matters not, Old Man Winter, you will have to give place to Spring...So do it already!!!
Tell your sweet Mom I said Hey!!!
And where's her blog????
Always enjoy reading your blog...
blessings,
glenda

Melissa Jo - mjp photography said...

I am so with you on this, this year winter has been so incredibly long! Let's kick Winter to the curb....bring on that dirt I'm ready to dig too!

Low Tide High Style said...

I'm ready to get my hands dirty too and to see some life and color around here after the winter we've had! I love all of your colorful pots, tiles, and dishes!

I'm hoping to go out and get some pansies this weekend to plant in the pots on my front porch.

Kat :)

marge said...

how do you do it? you make empty pots look beautiful! yay geraniums and petunias!

just jill said...

How colorful already! I've never used dishes or trivets like that before...great idea!

Country Girl said...

N-n-n-n-n-n-othing yet. I'm shivvvvvering under a blanket as I write this.
Love the colors here, though!

Songbirdtiff said...

I planted my veggie seeds today. It felt good to get my hands in the dirt, even though I had to do it in the dining room because it's too cold outside. :)

Diva Kreszl said...

I'm afraid I have a bit of a wait before I can think of planting outdoors but it was fun to look at all your planters and dream of spring!

Life At Camellia Cottage said...

I've planted basil, chives and parsley in pots in the kitchen windows. Beyond that not much. Even in Georgia it's not spring YET! We've got 3-5 inches of snow coming tomorrow - yippee?

Cottage Rose said...

OH I love your Pots,,, and the tiles,, I have been thinking of the same thing,,, getting my hands dirty, I love to play in the dirt.... lol I will have to find some pretties just like you have and give it a go....have a great week.

Hugs;
Alaura

Dena said...

Oh I think I will try it! I am ready for some blooms over here.


Hugs,
Dena

traci said...

oh i can't wait. i love all your planters. i think we have a couple similar ones. the other day i put away all my winter sweaters and got out my spring clothes. i am done with winter clothes. even if i have to be cold for a month i don't care.

PlantSomeRoots@Lakewood said...

I planted seeds today...I'm ready for spring to arrive.
Cindy at Lakewood