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It’s flower season!

Happy Thursday, my friends!! I have been so super busy the past few weeks. But, one thing is for certain, I can hardly wait to get my hands dirty, and get working in my flower beds. It’s always so exciting to have beautiful flowers blooming around my yard. This is my favorite time of the year!!

I just brought in the last of my spring bulb flowers. These sweet pink tulips make me smile every time I see them.

Some of my flowers have started to bloom, I have planted all of my dahlia tubers, and now the fun can really begin! Yay for flower season!!!

A few of my favorite flowers right now….

Lupine…

Delphinium….

Pink rocket snapdragons, and a darling lavender colored cottage rose….

Scabiosa aka pin cushion….

Clematis….

Foxglove…..

Lavender….

Foxgloves, delphiniums, And English daisies….

Pink speedwell Veronica….

Roses….

There isn’t anything quite as beautiful as flowers! Not only do I love them in my yard, but I also LOVE to bring them in and arrange them. I’m still so new to flower arrangements, but it is definitely something that I love to do, and hope to get better at.

What are your favorite flowers? I’d love to hear!!

I really want to post what you want to see, so I would love to hear what you want to see more of. Let me know, by leaving me a comment here, or emailing me at: inquiries@lecultivateur.com

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Hope you have a wonderful day!

~Emily

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6 Comments

  • Cindy

    Love all the pretty flowers. I love Delphinium and tried that and Foxgloves. In NJ the summer weather can go from one extreme to another. Blistering hot, very humid in two days and rain. I don’t think these plants were happy.

    I would love to try them again. Maybe I will do more research later today.

    Disappointing when things start out so pretty and wind up being a mess.

    Enjoy your garden

    Cindy

    • LeCultivateur

      I completely understand. I can’t tell you how many plants I had that didn’t like the dry, hot summers here in Utah. It’s so important to figure out what works and what doesn’t with you weather. Good luck with your flowers this year!!💗

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