I’ve lived most of my life in the Midwest, a place where spring teases and retreats. Some years it felt as if the season hardly got out of bed. I can’t blame it, what with Lake Michigan in a frozen expression of shock and the ground practically set-cement hard for months on end. I’ve watched snow fall on my birthday in April.
I now find myself in the mid-Atlantic region, a land of milder winters and an actual season of budding and bursting forth prior to June. Currently the daffodils are awake, and this past week soared with summer-like temperatures. Because of that, I’m inspired today by gifts that will bring on the blooms.
Haul your bounty from the garden, the farmer’s market or the corner store in this sunny canvas tote from Chewing the Cud.
A bouquet that will last forever on the classic poppy Marimekko Unikko teapot.
Get growing with Peaceful Valley Farm & Garden Supply seed tins.
See Spark Living about these mugs by Paul Timman of Sunset Strip Tattoo featuring chrysanthemums and lotus flowers otherwise inked by Paul on someone’s body.
The Celia Birtwell watering can from Sprout Home is as practical as it is pretty.