If you know me, you know that I don’t like winter. I am always so excited for spring… sunshine ❤ , warmer weather ❤ , flowers ❤ , sunshine ❤ , getting to actually enjoy being outdoors…… ❤ ❤
One of the first signs of spring that I always look for: Daffodils. My grandma has a lot of daffodils and I check them every time I go to her house– They’re growing… Any day now! Ah- they’re blooming!! 😀
They bloom in February so, of course, it’s not spring yet. I mean, we’ve had daffodils covered in snow… But I still get excited because after the daffodils, other flowers start blooming and the weather (generally) starts warming up and I can enjoy going outside and taking a photo walk.
Happy Spring, Everyone!! 😀
Some say these little flowers are purple… other say they’re blue. Either way, they’re lovely! 😉
I guess these are orange roses? I mean.. they’re actually pink, orange, and yellow. But would they be classified as orange?
Whatever color you wanna say they are, these are my favorite roses. Well, these and the more completely orange ones.
I don’t really like red roses very much. Or yellow ones either… Pink is okay, though pink and white is better (surprising since I don’t generally care for pink anything). But orange? I love orange roses! And the multi-color ones? Even better! 😀
According to this site: Blending the friendly association of the yellow rose with the romantic implication of the red rose resulted in a much subtler, more intriguing meaning of love emerging from friendship. While the fiery tone indicates passion and intensity, the orange rose is now appropriate for sending any message of enthusiasm—whether it’s one of love, thanks, friendship or congratulations.
The sweet yet intense hue gives this bloom a one-of-a-kind charm. A bouquet of these warm-colored beauties is the perfect gift to show anyone special how ardently you care.