first signs of spring

first signs of spring | madeline made

{flowering hawthorne branches}

spring has quickly become my favorite season. working in an cubicle eight to five has made me appreciate the extra hours of daylight at night and the approaching color in nature. the yard is so beautiful this time of year; i am so thankful to live somewhere so beautiful with such a deep connection to nature. i get to watch the plants that my grandmother planted here come to life every year. yesterday was the first day of spring, and i am thankful for it’s arrival – bringing us all out of the winter blues. here are some blooms to brighten your day from our home. the first signs of spring peaking out…

first signs of spring | madeline made

first signs of spring | madeline madefirst signs of spring | madeline made

{wild daffodils and lavender}

first signs of spring | madeline made

first signs of spring | madeline madefirst signs of spring | madeline made

{forsythia and tulip tree}

first signs of spring | madeline made

first signs of spring | madeline madefirst signs of spring | madeline made

first signs of spring | madeline made

first signs of spring | madeline madefirst signs of spring | madeline made

{helleborus blooms}

 

happy friday!

4 thoughts on “first signs of spring

  1. What a beautiful post! Your photography is stunning and I love the reminder of the legacy we can leave with plants! Thank you for that reminder!

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    • what a beautiful way to say that, sissy. it is true; two generations and even further back planted these flowers for us to enjoy. and also how meaningful plants can become to you – the tulip trees, peonies, and japanese maples have been passed down to us everywhere we have lived 🙂

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