Tuesday, March 8, 2011

~White Wednesday # 90~

Is everyone wishing for Spring as much as I am? I get really impatient this time of year for the sun to shine and warm everything up. I found these hyacinth bulbs that I had forgotten I bought last Fall. They are obviously not letting the cold dreary weather stop them from growing. I love how bulbs look when they are just getting some green on them. These are white ones and hopefully I'll be able to share them with you on a later date after they are in bloom. For now all I have is a little area on my porch with some whites and rust with these little guys nestled in a small cast iron urn as I'm wishing for Spring to come soon. Enjoy! xoxo K.

66 comments:

  1. I always love your whites!!! xo Rachel ;)

    French Farmhouse 425

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  2. Thank goodness spring is just in the horizon...can't wait to see your bulbs in bloom!

    Abby

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  3. Those bulbs are so neat. I love that they are coming up right on cue! I love spring. Love that rusty urn too.
    Sherry

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  4. Your sprouting bulbs certainly are pretty to photograph. I'm anxious too! Thank you for being a gracious hostess!

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  5. Oh how pretty! I love bulbs, I worked in a nursery for 10 years and I miss the huge amounts of color!
    Thanks for hosting!
    Faye
    Wild Rose Vintage

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  6. Thanks for hosting....love your those blubs...they scream SPRING!

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  7. ...I just adore spring bulbs, even when they aren't planted ~ lol!!
    Unless of course, I had a creamy, chippy urn to put them in!!
    Happy W.W.!!
    xo, Rosemary

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  8. The bulbs are so adorable and what a great reminder that a season of growth is just around the corner. Thanks for hosting this lovely White party every week.

    Angie @ Linen + Verbena

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  9. I just love your stuff! You have the best rusty, chippy good stuff! Can't wait to see the bulbs in bloom either! Thanks for hosting another great party!

    xoxo,
    Ellen

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  10. I think this is my first linkup here. Thanks for hosting. Your display is lovely.

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  11. LOVE that gorgeous Spring Green, I have to find some bulbs, these really look like Spring!!!
    xoxo,
    Debra

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  12. wishing for spring more than you know! it is almost here...i see glimpses of it and yours are gorgeous! I love hyacinths! (and that rusty urn) Happy WW! :)

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  13. I feel the same way I love them just in bulb stage. I'm sad when I can't keep them just like that.....they just dry up eventually.
    Spring will be here before you know it.
    xx
    Carole

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  14. Thanks Kathleen! White Wednesday is always the highlight of my week. I always love seeing your garden goodies!

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  15. My ash tree has buds and my crocus are out. I believe, I do believe.... Spring is coming!

    xx
    z

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  16. I'm just as anxious for spring. Lucky you to find those hyacinths starting to grow!
    Thanks for hosting,
    Susan

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  17. Thank you so much for this pretty party! I always love looking at the WHites others have and am so glad I get to join in after being away for so long!!

    bee blessed
    mary

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  18. It feels like Spring here, thankfully! We've had a much colder Winter than normal. I was actually at Lowe's today in the garden section. It felt GOOD! As always, I love your pictures.

    Take care, Sue

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  19. The earth laughs in flowers is a quote I often think of in the spring and boy isn't it the truth. You will have a rusty vessel full of wonderful laughter very soon.

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  20. Love the bulbs!! Looks so pretty!!

    xo,
    Shellagh

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  21. We are still waiting for Spring to sprung. Can't wait to see the hyacinth in full bloom! Spring is not too far away...

    Thanks for hosting, Kathleen!
    xx

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  22. Great whites, as always.:)
    Thanks so much for hosting.
    xoxo

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  23. Spring must be so magical to witness!

    m ^..^

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  24. Oh Kathleen if I only had your green thumb...these look like bath bombs to me LOL
    I am really not a garden girl...tee hee.
    Sending you some of our warmth
    Amy

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  25. Happy White Wednesday! Thanks for hosting!
    ~ Julie

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  26. Oh the crustier the better. little green promises of spring on those bulbs!!

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  27. We are so on the same page with the urn & bulbs! Spring can't come soon enough for me...thanks for hosting!

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  28. I love hyacinths. We're coming into Fall here, and it't lovely seeing everyones blogs who are coming into spring and admiring their flowers.

    Hugs,
    Lisa x

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  29. I'm wishing for spring! But you know what? I NEED spring! Love the look of the bulbs! I can't believe you are at 90 White Wednesdays Kathleen! Unbelievable!!! Thank you so much for thinking up and hosting this wonderful weekly adventure!! You're a gem!!

    Polly

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  30. wishing for some spring for you very soon! and if not come on down and have that glass of wine on the porch!

    hugs,

    shelley

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  31. Always love coming here.
    All the beautiful posts. including yours!

    blessings
    barbara jean

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  32. Oh Kathleen, I love your rusty crusty stuff and your bulbs. Happy White Wednesday!

    Hugs,
    Judy

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  33. So excited for the spring bulbs to pop up!! Rainy and cold today!!

    Do come and enter my Artful Offering!It is truly beautiful!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  34. Thanks for having me today. I hope your week is wonderful and that spring arrives soon!

    Best wishes always,
    Natasha.

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  35. My favorite combination white and rust. It doesn't get any better than that!!!!!!!!!! ~~Sherry~~

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  36. Beautiful hyacinth pics ~ and just the right amount of chippy rusty that I love!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  37. Oh they look amazing ..hardly real! I can't believe you have them that far along! and not even in dirt!...We are anxiously waiting for spring!
    Thanks for hosting this!...Youare so kind!

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  38. Hello, I simply love the rustic charms displayed with the bulbs. Its my first time Im joining your White Wednesday when I went over to Tete's blog. Looking forward to see the white hyacinth!

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  39. Happy Spring!!! I love your cherub for your porch--so precious!!!
    XO

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  40. Hi Kathleen, I love your urn with the bulbs. Such a pretty vignette.
    Hugs,
    Sherry

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  41. Your urn is gorgeous. I always enjoy seeing what you have to share. Get those bulbs into some dirt. My hyacinths are already blooming.
    ~ Sarah

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  42. Love all the rusty white iron! I'm going to come along today instead of just reading. :)
    xo,
    Caroline

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  43. Please show us the bulbs in bloom...the fresh green against the white urn is pretty though.
    Mary Ann

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  44. Ooh what loveliness today! Bulbs are my favorite to capture the essence of Spring!
    Happy March, dear Kathleen! And Happy WW.
    Monicax.

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  45. Lovely post and I like rusty things.I make hearts for my flower pots.

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  46. Let's hear it for the crispness of a white kitchen!!!

    janet xox

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  47. 90 White Wednesdays!! Just think when 100 comes around we will be fully enjoying Spring!!

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  48. You never know what Mother Nature is up to behind our backs!

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  49. Thanks so much for hosting White Wednesday. It is one my three favorite Linky Parties every week!!! Your urn is so pretty, and I love hyacinths. I hope you have a great Wednesday!

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  50. Seems like every year I say I am going to force some bulbs and I never get it done! I just love your whites, they're always so romantic, thanks for hosting!

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  51. awesome post!
    winter is still alive and well here in Denver..
    oh but when Spring makes her entrance..
    what a show!!
    warmest hugs..
    Loui♥

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  52. I just love your photo,s, especially love the beautiful whites with the rusty table, the two looks gorgeous mixed together!!! I tried to link up yesterday, but was having trouble again!
    Blessings~~~ Daphne

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  53. Oh how pretty! I am so ready for Spring. Still having snow here in Colorado. Thank you for getting me motivated every week for White Wednesday.
    ShawNa~

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  54. I love the sweet smell of hyacinths, and especially love white ones! I am very anxious for spring and waiting impatiently for my tulips to start popping their heads up!

    Sharon

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  55. I am so anxious for spring myself! I stumbled across your White Wednesday and realized I had the perfect post to link up, so it's my first time here. There are certainly many lovely posts to visit. And your blog is very pretty as well. Hope you have a great week!

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  56. Gorgeous pics! I love your rusty urn and your cherub statue!! take care, Maryann

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  57. After seeing how you are using that old funeral basket...I wish that I had kept me one, before I sold all of mine at a garage sale.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  58. Nothing says "spring" like the scent of hyacinths. I can't wait to plant some in my garden. Thanks for sharing and for hosting this lovely party.
    Lynn
    www.cottageandcreek.com

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  59. I think this is the first time that I have linked up to your lovely blog. I love white/cream and collect old white porcelain items....i.e. flower vases, flower pots, etc. love your white!
    xo,
    Sena

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  60. Hi Kathleen,
    Yes....pining for spring here...snow yesterday...it will come, right?
    LOVE the rusty basket...so cute!
    Rene
    thought of you last weekend...did you go to the expo?

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  61. Amazing how much life it can be in a bulb. Hope they will give you lots of lovely flowers later. /Therese

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  62. Hi Kathleen!
    I haven't been "out" visiting in forever and had to stop by and see all the white wonderments I have missed out on.
    your rosemary and hyacinth bulbs are amazing!
    I love this look!
    So simple and elgant!
    I try to do thid on purpose and they rarely look this good!
    Have a fabulous week!
    Blessings
    Donna

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  63. Love your blog! Having fun looking at the lovely entries as well. Your newest follower. Hope you can stop by

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