One thing I've noticed through writing a blog is that I am a pretty consistant sort of a person, and my excitements, interests and passions have not altered very much since I first started blogging in March 2008. The same sort of things continue to float my boat week in week out, whatever the season, whatever my mood.
Having fresh flowers in the house is one such consistent excitement/interest/passion, and I can't ever see this changing. Not ever. Fresh flowers give such a huge amount for so little investment in my opinion, and I love having them around my home sooososososososoooo much.
So today I'm giving you my own Floral Review :: 2009 from January to December in flower-form. Its undiluted eyecandy for sure, but I'm sure you won't mind too much.
Here it comes then.....................enjoy................................................................
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!! Did you enjoy that little lot? Do you feel energised by all that floral beauty and colour??? Yummy-scrummy wasn't it?!
I always love to start the year with narcissi :: here in the UK they begin to appear on the market in November, but I always wait it out until January before I give in and buy myself a bunch. The year then moved on through the Amaryllis bulbs, anemones and spring tulips to the early summer fresias and sweet williams. Then came roses and little posies of summer annuals from my back yard (love these most of all I think). Onwards towards Autumn and the dahlias and asters arrived, followed by forced winter bulbs, berries and evergreen foliage.
It's been a lot of fun gathering these photographs together to create my own personal Year-In-Flowers, and as always I thank you very much for sharing it with me.
Will you come back again tomorrow for another little Review?? Not sure quite what it'll be yet, but I'll think of something. See you then...