Posts tagged "flowers"

from89:

My Garden by Petra Blahova

So excited to start seed shopping!

(via staceythinx)

strandbooks:

Found between the pages of Rudyard Kipling’s Complete Verse.

uhhlampshade:

utnereader:

Welcome, Spring!
Today is the Vernal Equinox, the beginning of spring.
A fun fact about spring: In the pagan days of Germany, the “Spring Month” was named after the goddess Ēostre (or Ostara). She is the namesake of the festival of Easter.

Hello spring, time to crack open a window and keep on writing.

Someone PLEASE let New England know that our calendar says it’s Spring?

uhhlampshade:

utnereader:

Welcome, Spring!

Today is the Vernal Equinox, the beginning of spring.

A fun fact about spring: In the pagan days of Germany, the “Spring Month” was named after the goddess Ēostre (or Ostara). She is the namesake of the festival of Easter.

Hello spring, time to crack open a window and keep on writing.

Someone PLEASE let New England know that our calendar says it’s Spring?

(via ughlampshade)

Flower Pots by Andrew+Carissa

This is the number one thing wrong with Boston, no fields full of poppies for me to roll around in.

This is the number one thing wrong with Boston, no fields full of poppies for me to roll around in.

(via traeummitmir)

talc-p:

talc.
“Lovandeath”

talc-p:

talc.

“Lovandeath”

Holy cute!

nabokovsnotebook:

Spotted Dog Farm’s beautiful botanical resin jewelry. I would buy all of it if I could. 

(via staceythinx)

I could be absolutely fine making a career out of diagramming flower parts in this corner for the rest of my life. I only need Spotify & a french press to make this complete.
jackhilliethethird:

“Tools of a Botanist”

I could be absolutely fine making a career out of diagramming flower parts in this corner for the rest of my life. I only need Spotify & a french press to make this complete.

jackhilliethethird:

“Tools of a Botanist”

(via freshphotons)

georgianadesign:

Floral artist Sarah Saipua. 

georgianadesign:

Floral artist Sarah Saipua. 

imabitsnarky:

“There are always flowers for those who want to see them.” - Henri Matisse

imabitsnarky:

“There are always flowers for those who want to see them.” - Henri Matisse

biocanvas:

A confocal image showing the aerial root of an orchid, Phalaenopsis sp.
Image by Shirley Owens, Michigan State University.

biocanvas:

A confocal image showing the aerial root of an orchid, Phalaenopsis sp.

Image by Shirley Owens, Michigan State University.

(via freshphotons)

A rummage of items naturally & divergently glorious. Mostly coffee, wild things, good tunes & cute ideas for my abode.

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