Spring Tabletop Garden

Spring Tabletop Garden
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This has been the coldest, snowiest winter I can remember here in coastal Virginia. And to make it worse our weather has been in perpetual tease mode. One day it is sunny and 70, the next it drops to below freezing and snow! This bi-polar, erratic behavior is about to make all of us jump ship and head to the Caribbean like I did last year! I need SPRING! So off to the grocery store I went. Yep, I said the grocery store. I love my Harris Teeter and Food Lion for fresh flowers. They never fail me for affordable fresh flowers. Let’s Bring on Spring into our homes with a Fresh Spring Tabletop Garden! (This could make a perfect Easter Centerpiece too!)


Note: Use the arrow keys above to view each step in the slideshow. Spring Tabletop Centerpiece

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  1. Paula B. says:

    Beautiful! What a great idea, to leave the potted plants in their pots and disguise with sheet moss. Who knew? And bonus: exchange out spent plants easily! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Ann Baird says:

    This is beautiful! Don’t think I could make it that cheap tho. There is no pot of flowers in grocery stores in my area for under $6.99.

    • Thank you Ann! That’s a bummer! I noticed that Wal-Mart had many tulips and flowering bulbs in their garden center for only a few dollars each, and Home Depot is starting to get them in also, but they just weren’t blooming yet. That could be an option too.

  3. So pretty!

  4. This is simply gorgeous Kim!! You make it look so easy too 🙂

  5. So pretty Kim… love the mix of flowers you used!

  6. Kim
    You did a great job with you beautiful flower garden basket. If you ever give blogging up you should try florist. 🙂 I will be on the same flight to the islands.

  7. It’s absolutely beautiful Kim! I’m just loving all of this Spring inspiration!

  8. Oh so fresh, Kim! Great idea, even if the weather outside isn’t totally cooperative. 🙂
    xo Heidi

  9. Kim that’s my favorite spring centerpiece ever! I’m having Easter at my house, maybe I can put one of those together!!! Love it! ox

  10. This is so beautiful, Kim! I would love to make one of my own.

  11. Perfect for Easter & 2 baby showers coming up. Thanks for the directions.

  12. This is so very Pretty. The colors are gorgeous and I love the added touch of the Butterfly. Very Sweet!
    Pinning 🙂

  13. So Sweet and so Pretty! Perfect for Spring.

  14. Kim!!! It’s gorgeous and I love it. Such a fabulous idea!!

  15. What a great idea! Your sweet spring arrangement is so lovely and I love how you can change out the flowers when they stop blooming.

  16. I love this idea. There are some fabulous spring flowers in the nursery right now and this is a really great idea to choose a few favorites and create a fabulous table garden. Hugs, Marty

  17. This is a delightful arrangement!

  18. super cute tabletop garden. I’m in need of some fresh flowers and this centerpiece is perfect!

  19. What a terrific and simple idea! I always try to have fresh flowers on my kitchen table, and this is such difference way to do that. I could see how this could be something that can be done year round. A few small annual flowers for summer … small pot of mums and tiny pumpkins for fall … Christmas I’ll have to think about. Thanks so much.

  20. Hi. I love your Spring Tabletop Garden. I am trying to make my own. I am having difficulty finding a similar basket could you please tell me where you found yours? Thanks.

  21. This is a lovely idea for spring!

  22. Did you start the bulbs out and if so how long did it take them to bloom. I have some and want to do it for Easter.

    • Hi Diane! This blog post is actually in a slide show format, showing each step how to make the spring tabletop garden. If you click the arrow buttons at the top of the post you can see everything. But to answer your question, They are all small pots of tulips, bought already blooming from the store and grouped together. (super easy and fast!)

  23. This is so lovely. Love your blog just subscribed and pinned! 🙂


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