vintage modern.

18 April 2012

vintage modern fq bundle

yall know that i love, love, love fabrics designed by bonnie & camille, right?!?!
well, i really do.
i have a whole stash of their fabrics that i refuse to be frivolous with. <--true story.
{hi camille. i stole your pic, but in my defense, your fabric always steals my heart. xoxo.}

vintage modern is the only bonnie & camille fabric that i haven't gotten my hands on. <--and of course the new one that was just announced!!!
{if santa is reading this . . . please don't make me wait until christmas for either of these fabric lines!!!}

my good pals over at the fat quarter shop said they wanted to give one of yall a whole vintage modern fat quarter bundle.
yayyy!!!
side note: did yall see that their 2012 designer mystery block of the month features vintage modern?!?! <--*big, dreamy sigh*

so as promised . . . let's have a giveaway!!!
:)

to enter, simply tell me what flower is showcased in your front flower bed.
{winner will be drawn saturday.}

comments closed. winner will be announced shortly.

♥ rachel

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778 comments:

marciekoch said...

Daffodils! ;)

ktjoven said...

We have lovely purple vincas that are covering the flower bed that they are in right now.

pwnmom said...

I have a yellow rose that my husband bought for me when we moved to our current location 2 yrs ago. I had a beautiful yard back in CO, but when we moved I couldn't bring them with us (including the roses be bought for me several different years for anniversaries). So, he bought me a new one. :)

And I LOVE Bonnie and Camille fabric too... LOVE IT!

Love your blog as well.

bukaus said...

Rhododendron :) (not going to lie, I totally had to spell-check that lol)

Megan said...

We have a few irises blooming right now, and the azaleas are on their way out. Yippee - What a fun giveaway! Hope you get your hands on some scrumptiousness of your own soon!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

My front door flower pots (don't have a flower bed) would feature tuberous begonias! They are they only thing that will grow in the shad there.

Cindy Anderson said...

In my front bed right now we have beautiful purple and yellow pansies. They love the cooler weather and seem to be flourishing.

Tamie said...

The front beds should have daisies in them. They have come back up but I don't know if they are going to get enough sun to bloom. I'd love to win some Vintage Modern to go with my other bonnie and camille fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway.

Betsy Lynn said...

Petunias, love them!
Thanks for the chance to win!!

New Salem Homestead said...

Oh how I love bonnie & camille!!!

I have so many different flowers in my garden, but my most prized is my Peonies. They are so beautiful to look and and smell so sweet. I wished they bloomed all summer, but sadly they don't last that long :(.

Mom2RyandSis said...

We have a beautiful bleeding heart blooming right now :) Thanks for the chance to win!!

liberal sprinkles said...

well I don't have a front flower bed but I have orchids in my flat.
Grace

Stacey Napier said...

Agapanthus (Lily of the Nile!)

I was able to get my hands on a charm pack of Vintage Modern and made an adorable baby quilt with it - would love the charm pack to make something bigger!

Andrea and Laura said...

Grape Hyacyinths! and i love free fabric... and your blog!
laura

Mom on the Move! said...

I have dafadils that came up from the previous tenants (we are military) but when we get to our next house I'll be planting my typical snowball azaleas!

Nurseli said...

Flowers? I tend to be a flower killer. I hear they need water or something like that. We have decorative grasses that are drought tolerant and a Bougainville. I had to spell check that too! Lol

Lyn said...

Right now it's grape hyacinths, love that fabric!

Elizabeth said...

Pink, yellow and cream roses!

scottylover said...

Nothing right now. We have some hostas in there as well as some English wood hyacinth. They haven't bloomed yet. The hyacinth my mom planted when I was in high school. Not gonna say how long ago THAT was! :P

Sandy A

Deb Robertson said...

My hubby chose our front garden. We have a row of white carpet roses and a row of blue agapanthus. Very manly.

Janet said...

Daisys will be this summer. Love Vintage Modern--a must have.

Tiff Blakey said...

Roses. Nothing else will grow.

Kelsey said...

We don't have a front flower bed, we're renters. :/

But if we did, it'd totally be peonies! I <3 peonies!

mennikelly said...

Rhododendrons

Mishka said...

A bit early for flowers up here, but the daffodils are getting ready to bloom in the next week. They'll be replaced by impatiences later in May.

Cheryl Gomez said...

I have gerber daisys. I love them along with Vintage Modern.

Ally said...

I still have pansies as well a geraniums and snapdragons:) Thanks for the giveaway! I feel the same about their fabrics!!!

Kimmy B said...

Geraniums!!!!

Brenda said...

Rhododendron and lilacs are getting ready to bloom in the front yard. I also have a dogwood that is almost ready to bloom. Geraniums and pansy will be planted soon.

SD and EJ said...

Tulips. I love them! They scream spring to me.

Lee said...

currently my husband's grandmother's bleeding heart. But the purple iris are just about ready....

Angie said...

Roses. Lots of big red and pink knockout roses.

Bobbi said...

Lillies... It's the only thing that comes back year after year. :)

Anna said...

Tulips! I too love all Bonnie & Camille's fabric lines, thanks!

Barb said...

Tulips and bleeding hearts. Love all of their fabrics!

Mary W Quilts said...

I live in a condo! But I love sweet blue Forget Me Nots!, thanks for the giveaway. Mary

southerngal said...

Tulips, all different colored ones! Love them!!!

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Erynn said...

I have a whole bunch of roses.

halfstitched said...

Hibiscus!!

Heidi [Grizz 'n' Dove] said...

No flower bed for our upstairs apartment, and it's too cold to to plant our flower pots yet. However, we do have peas, tomatoes, lettuce and peppers coming up indoors! I do enjoy our downstairs neighbor's daffodils and crocuses though :)

Karen said...

I just planted two rose bushes by my front door. I hope they survive.

mmbickhart said...

forget-me-nots

Kimberly said...

Daisies, and weeds. But mostly daisies.
And I'd love to win me some Vintage Modern! Thanks for the chance!

Carol said...

We don't have much have a garden, but we do have some cheery daffodils that neither the squirrels or deer have destroyed.

Leah said...

Hmm, I don't have any flowers out front. Just bushes. Any plants I do put outside end up dying cuz I forget about them. So bushes it is for me. :)

Michelle B. said...

We unfortunately don't do flowers because I have a black thumb so we have a little bit of grass and SHRUBS!!! Oh, that bonnie and camille...don't they just kick butt and take names?

roxi said...

Feel sorry for me, cause we still have snow! But once that's gone, I hope my roses and lilacs bloom!

onlymehere said...

Marigolds are always my spotlighted flowers. I love them so much and I mix up the yellows and orange tones in the bed. It's too cold for them yet but I'm anxious for when I can put them in the beds again.

Kim said...

we have a few sad looking tulips in front right now, the ground cover is just filling in too.

I haven't gotten this fabric yet either... what's my problem? :o)

Jennifer said...

Ahh, I love all of Bonnie & Camille's fabrics!

i have salmon colored azaleas in my front planters.

Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

The Glue Spot said...

Something yellow but yard man chopped it up. Sad face.

AlyceB said...

I signed up last night for the BOM! Can't wait! And flowers in my front garden?? Pht, if anything it would be a hair clip my daughter pulled out of her hair. There ain't nothin' but grass coz we don't like to garden!

taliana said...

We don't have any flowers atm, but if I did, they would peonies. I adore peonies. :)

Threads by Terry said...

Right now is my honeysuckle.. It smells so sweet and is just beautiful. It has yellow flowers and is really full...

Robbie said...

Mine are daylillies in yellow and orange. So much fun!!

Janet said...

I always have pansies because they don't mind the cool weather we have. But it will be a while yet before they are up in my beds :)

mascanlon said...

Hydrangeas...both blue and pink...and a rose tree that has both white and pink flowers. Its spring here in SoCA. Gorgeous fabric, thanks for sharing!

Jen said...

No flowers out front :( Rental house with landscaping included, so we get what they provide! Thanks so much for the chance to win such a WONDERFUL prize!

Ellie Roberts said...

Oh my, I haven't gotten my hands on it either, this is seriously making me swoon! My front flowerbed has my favorite, Iceberg roses!

Nicole said...

Working on our foundation at the moment, so lots of dirt. Further out... dandelions... Thanks for the giveaway! :)

Jennifer Gail said...

Impatients:)

Wendy said...

Ha, I don't have a front flower bed. BUT, if I did - I would have a cottage garden and roses would be very prominent! Thanks for the chance to win this gorgeous fabric!

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LuLu said...

I love my day lilies. And I would LOOOOVe to win this bundle :-)

Florence said...

Lilacs just bloomed and crawling on my knees to smell the tiny dainty lily of the valleys, that fragrance is heaven scent, and I love that new fabric line, flo

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Jane said...

Weeds, sadly - I spend much more time sewing than growing.

All8 said...

Peonies, and they're beginning to bloom! I look forward to them every year. There is one lone wallflower too. She smells very sweet.

Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway.

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Michael said...

My fern peony that had been my Mom's... she passed away in 1988 but the fern peony has survived two moves with us since then.

Vickie (not Michael)

Dianne Mitzel said...

daffodils, roses and pansies..thanks for the chance at a super giveaway.

Sandra :) said...

Tiger lilies! They're from my late brother's garden, so when they bloom in the summer, it's like he's saying hello to us :)

Melissa said...

Gladiolas – Every year my Grandma used to plant them, she always brought big bunches of them with her when she came to visit. After they bloom, the bulbs split in two; Grandma would dig up the split bulbs and re-plant them in the spring. After she passed away 10 years ago all of my cousins and aunts took a bulb, every summer when those bulbs bloom it’s like grandma stops by to visit us!

How Awesome would impromptu look in Vintage Modern!

Julie said...

Lilies that we inherited from my husbands side of the family. They are currently growing in several states and all started from his great-grandmother. It's pretty neat! Thanks for the giveaway! I"m so excited about this line and hope I win!

Madame Purl said...

I always put petunias in. This year the million dollar bells variety. Easy to grow and look great all summer.

Marianne Penner said...

Black-eyed Susan's are in my front yard. They are my favorite. I would love to win that Vintage Modern stack.

Ashley G. said...

Wow what a great giveaway! We have rhododendrons (blue/purple) and lots of tulips and daffodils because my 3 and 4 year olds like to dig holes and plant bulbs. It's a win-win.

Congrats on 3500 FB likes!

Heidi said...

Dahlias! :)

Susie at ProsperityStuff said...

Sweet Williams! (a.k.a. dianthus) -- These are new for me this year; I love the tallness, and the vivid colorfulness! Definitely a keeper.

Angie Halverson said...

Well...supposed to have pink, purple, and yellow tulips, but there aren't too many left after my 1 1/2 year old thought it would be fun to pick most of them! At least she tried to re-plant them! :)

Sallie said...

Gerbera daisies. Thanks for the great giveaway!

manybooks said...

I (heart) this fabric! Thinking about doing FQS Block of the Month because I love it so much! And I have daffodils in my front flowerbed. I (heart) daffodils, too :)

terrieannie said...

Butterflies are loving my purple and fuchsia vincas!

Dawn said...

Right now all I have are some Pink Azalea's. But, just moved in last summer and haven't done a lot in the front yard, a lot of green plants, but not a lot of color, yet!

tara said...

There isn't much out there but a few tulips

Danielle Hudson said...

Iris :)

Alisa said...

Well, my front flower bed looks terrible, but every once in awhile a gardenia buds and I love how they smell. Definitely my favorite flower. Thanks for the give away chance.

Cheryl L said...

Daffodils!

Kate said...

They are, um...flowers? My MIL planted several fall flowers for me, and with the mild winter, they are reblooming, along with some flower that the previous owners put in that replants itself every year. They're very pretty. But I don't have a clue what they are.

Petit Design Co. said...

I have hostas in my flower bed!

Angie said...

Well...supposed to have pink, purple, and yellow tulips, but there aren't too many left after my 1 1/2 year old thought it would be fun to pick most of them! At least she tried to re-plant them! :)

Rachel said...

Well, if the snow would go away, I would be able to plant my usual pansies in the flower barrels in front of my house. I can't wait for the sun to shine and the temperature to warm up and for Spring to finally arrive!

mean sarah jean said...

right now it's tulips, narcissas and grape irisis. soon it will be asiatic lilies, muellens, day lilies and flax, and a few others yet to be determined :)

Stephanie said...

Lovely fabric - somehow I had not seen it before.

We don't have flowers (too tasty for the deer), but I did just plant some basil in my sunroom!

Angela said...

Several beautiful iris'. They have been so pretty & refreshing to see especially after our drought last year. Love Bonnie & Camille also.

Anna said...

Tulips! red and yellow tulips, and they are pretty :)

Denise C said...

I love sunflowers - any kind, any size. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Birral said...

I live in Australia...I have Agapanthus in my front garden (if you can call it that! I need a landscaper!)Not sure if Agapanthus has a common name...but I love them!)

bee said...

my balcony garden front & center has some fresh basil & pansies right now.

brooke said...

Purple irises...I don't LOVE love them, but they grow well in the icky soil and bloom before I get my big pots filled with my summer stuff :-)

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Brittney Selby said...

Hydrangeas, big blue beautiful hydrangeas...or at least in my dreams...our flower bed needs some serious help!

picketsews said...

Tulips in an array of color. It always makes spring come true. Your blog rocks. Great giveaway. Gotta have some.

Kara said...

My favoritecare my primroses. They come up every year even though they are sold as annuals

Addie said...

I only wish I had flower beds!

Birral said...

I have Agapanthus....they are just beautiful!
Also, I love the new Hopscotch range!

tpott said...

Tons of bright orange day lilies. In a few weeks they'll be blooming. You're not the only one who loves, Bonnie and Camille's fabric lines. I still need to hoard more, Ruby. Thanks to you and The Fat Quarter Shop for this wonderful (to drool for) giveaway. ;-> Toni Anne

Lindsey said...

We've always had roses in the yard, but we just moved into a new house and the owner has some BEAUTIFUL flowers planted on both sides, the only problem is that I have NO idea what they are! They're the deepest red color though, and I love them.

Karin said...

I think it's called a Vinca that is in my front flowerbed. It's a beautiful ground cover with purple flowers :) I would LOVE a FQB of Vintage Modern. It is just LOVELY. I recently got a couple jelly rolls of it, but that fabric is now slated to make a wedding quilt, so I won't be able to keep ANY of it :( booo :( Bonnie and Camille's fabrics are my favorite too :)

Sharon - Lilabelle Lane said...

Sadly I have nothing flowering in it at the moment and my garden bed is starting to get a layer of mulch (also know as leaves!) from the HUGE tree we have in the frount yard ... I'm in Australia :o)

elizabeth said...

Purple and yellow pansies : )

Lynn said...

Galardia, allium, yarrow, columbines. My front yard is all drought tolerant plants and rock.

I sure would love to give some Vintage Modern a good home!

Angie said...

I have purple irises in my front beds. Thanks Rachel for the chance to win! (ps. I to have a secret stash of Bonnie and Camille fabrics that I have been thinking about using for my Pinwheel sampler quilt!)

Gerri said...

Sadly, right now the only flowers peeking out are dandelions. :(. Thanks for the opportunity to win this gorgeous fabric. Back to weedin' I go!

Melanie said...

Do boxwoods count? My dream is to one day have red and yellow tulips line my front walk, but so far I've been too lazy...

Thanks for the chance to win some Vintage Modern!

Joe and Julianne said...

Gerbera daisy! Thanks for your blog I love reading it!

Joe and Julianne said...

Gerbera daisy! Thanks for your blog I love reading it!

Heather D. said...

A clematis vine! Thanks for the giveaway.

Erin said...

Tulips!

Life In A Pink Bunny Suit said...

No flowers in the front garden, as the dogs ate them. But we do have a cactus in bloom...bright orange...does that count?
Toni
www.lifeinapinkbunnysuit.com

M-R said...

Tulips! Thanks for the giveaway!

natalie christensen said...

Daffodils.

Sharon said...

Daffodils. Really big ones.

Paula said...

Red roses!!

Paula said...

Red roses!!!

Sally said...

No flowers yet but we had a beautiful flowering weeping cherry tree.

Ella said...

We don't have a front flower bed, but the vegetables are growing nicely in the back.

Jen said...

We have some irises growing but not blooming yet. Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful fabric!

darcey said...

Forget-me-nots given to me about ten years ago from my friend Elizabeth have spread from flowerbed to lawn all over my front yard. Elizabeth just passed away a month ago and I think of her every time I them, wherever they may be.
Darcey

Rebecca said...

Jasmine :)

Laurie said...

Sweetpeas! Just picked a bouquet when I got home from work. Heavenly scent!

Molly said...

I live in the desert and we have pink bougainvillaeas which bloom all year round- they are lovely, but not as lovely as this fabric, I really really hope I win!!! :)

Kenton and Marianne Ogg said...

This year, I had one tulip bloom. One orange and yellow one. That my 3 year old pulled up and put the whole thing, bulb and all, behind his ear. And told me he's pretty. So worth it =)
mamaogg@gmail.com
Marianne

Tricia said...

I have red tulips, but they bloomed a month early with this crazy weather and are already gone.

Jeanie said...

pansies!

Julie said...

I have the last of my summer dahlias, cos were heading into autumn down here in New Zealand.

Marion said...

Daffodils from my husbands greatgrandmothers yard. They are so wonderful!

dangersquirrel said...

Red geraniums, of course.

Alisa said...

At the moment it's big bunches of yellow daffodils. They make me happy. :-)

I'm not sure what my plans are for the gardens yet though as we only moved in last year.

Stacey said...

I do not currently have a front flower bed, but there is a lone daffodil in the side garden :D and bonnie and camille are my fave designers, something I discovered when I started quilting. I have my hands on every line so far released except Ruby, and their new one just revealed on their blogs the past few days.

Janie said...

That would be white daffies, right now.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I have Iris, but only one bloomed so far and some bugs ate it. Also one white Amarillos (msp)

Carol said...

We have a Arizona Daisy, a wildflower, yellow. Comes up in the spring and spreads like a carpet across the rock landscape in the front yard.

p.s. - I love Vintage Modern!

Nan Pope said...

I have red begonias in a pot at my front door. Thanks for the chance to win. I am also a huge fan of Bonnie & Camille.

Jennie P. said...

We have tons of herbs and flowers all put in there together. Nothing is really showcased, it's just like a beautiful jungle where everything grows where it wants. There is a gardenia bush in a pot, it happens to be my favorite, just for the smell!

Heidi Staples said...

Oh how I love this fabric...

Right now we have ranunculas (hmmm...spelled right?) blooming in the front garden. Thanks for the giveaway!!

lisa said...

I don't have a flower bed, but the ladies at my church quilt group gave me a pot of daisys for my birthday that I should probably go get out of the car before I go to bed!

Wendy said...

So pretty! My flower bed has peonies, daylilies, asiatic lilies, and a few other pretties. Thanks!

Amy said...

Hahah. My front flower bed has been taken over by herbs. My stomach has a huge vote when picking what to plant ;-)

Cindy said...

Would have to be daffodils mixed in with some tulips. I love spring bulbs! Love this fabric and love, love, love the new line coming out. Thanks!!

Michelle said...

I have tulips in the front waiting for the deer to come eat them any day now....love love love this fabric line of course I love them all

Vroomans' Quilts said...

We don't have a front flower bed - but lots of beds all over the farm. Each has a central Rose that show cases that bed and my favorite is the Antique Silver - buds are just forming and I can't wait for them to open.

Wendi said...

I love Vintage Modern. Well all of their fabric lines, really. Lillies, yellow lillies are in my front yard and they are beautiful!

Amy in VA said...

Day lilies are getting ready to do their thing. My husband 'helped me' weed this year and pulled up all the verbena, pin cushions and cosmos. Sigh.

Debi said...

Roses are in my front flower bed. This fabric is gorgeous! Crossing my fingers!
Debi
debi1953@sbcglobal.net

Sew Festive said...

I currently don't have any flowers, as I live in a 3rd floor apartment. But I'm moving in 2 weeks to an apartment with my own walkway, and I want either some hibiscus or zinnias in a planter next to my door! :)

Jen said...

Well let me be honest and say that in my front yard....I have two dead potted mums, proudly displayed on my front porch. I know I know....very sad. However, in my back yard, I do have a lovely herb garden planted in an old cast iron bath tub. Unfortunately you can't see my charming herb garden from the front yard, only my dead mums. Please give me the fat quarters out of pity? Thanks, Jen Collier (jenniferashleywalker@yahoo.com)

Dora, the Quilter said...

Hmmm...pretty much equally narcissus, tulips, iris, pansies--and a few pinks! Hard to grow here in the winds!

Melissa said...

Dandelions!!! I broke my ankle two weeks ago so I have a good excuse ;)

Crafty Mama said...

Gerbera Daisies! ☺

Katherine said...

Hyacinths! Pink ones... Oh and the left over dead/dying purple and yellow crocuses. Not quite spring in my part of Canada yet!

Vickie said...

It's a half dead rose bush because we live in an appartment. But we are buying a house and the flower beds will be full of perineals - all kinds! Cosmos are my favorite as well as any and all colors of beautiful flowers.

Cheri C. said...

Iris' just coming up

Ranelle said...

Red Drift groundcover roses from the makers of KnockOut Roses. They bloom 9 months out of the year for me. Love them.
OH, and...Vintage Modern ROCKS my socks off!!!

Leanne said...

I have some beautiful yellow pansies in my front garden. Vintage modern is beautiful.

Patty said...

I have hostas and iris' in my planters. I love this fabric and can't wait to get my hands on it!!

Melissa Corry said...

Do weeds count as flowers?? I love Bonnie and Camille's lines as well and I am super excited about Marmalade!!!

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Christine M said...

Do those little yellow flowers on the weeds count?

Abby said...

I plant currently have nothing but moss and ground cover - with 1 tulip - yes just one...so crazy. Great giveaway. I love this line too!

Rachel said...

I've got some camelias!!! So I definitely need some bonnie & CAMILLE's fabric! I've been eyeing their fabric but have to yet get any!

holly | bijou lovely said...

No flowers yet...it's a little to cold here still! But in the summer we have a hydrangea bush out there!

Jennie said...

Wish it was tulips, but just a bunch of rose bushes that are in need of pruning. Oh, and a lilac bush, but no blooms just yet. I have to drive elsewhere for my spring flowers!

Painting 4 Him said...

We are just today buying a house and in my new front yard are daffodils and tulips. Someday I hope there will be a beautiful hydrangea.

Camille said...

As if I could keep any kind of plant alive. I've killed cactus and ivy. I like the dandelions though :)

Loooove these fabrics! Thanks for the chance

See Spot Shop said...

Roses are the stars of my front garden. They're very pretty, but not as pretty as Vintage Modern!

quiltma said...

The lily of the Valley are starting to spring up

pianomama said...

Seriously! I LOVE Vintage Modern! What a cool giveaway! So, my fave flower out front is my yellow tulips!

Anna C. said...

I just Love, Love, Love Bonnie& Camille and Vintage Modern,the collection is just so perfect!Right now, in my front flower beds are Yellow and Purple Babtisia and a HUGE (9-11)ft. Tall Climbing rose bush! Thanks for the Chance to win =)

Laura V said...

We rent, so sadly we don't get to have a flowerbed, which I think would really help our yard. If I did have a flower bed, I would love to have it filled with tulips in the spring! I am a lover of tulips!

Ruth B said...

Petunias! Love this fabric...what a gorgeous bundle!!

Carol said...

We have lots of impatients in pink and purple. Love them !!

Liz Taylor said...

sadly, i have no flowers in my hot arizona yard :(

Sew Lovins said...

What a lovely giveaway! Calendula:) Thanks

Mouster1 said...

We have beautiful purple pansies. Love this fabric...so modern and colorful. Thanks for having this fabulous giveaway. Melanie.moraites@gmail.com

Rebecca said...

We have some tulips that keep multiplying every year :)
THANKS for the chance - this line is just beautiful!
ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

Karen P said...

I have a beautiful Himalayan blue poppy but it's currently still buried under 3 ft of snow;(

Nicole said...

Right now...Dandelions. :( I should really get on that, but I'd rather be sewing.

Margaret said...

Bearded irises, and our dogwood tree is in full bloom.

Rebecca said...

Our flowerbed is seriously lacking. It's on our house project 'to do' list. The only thing flowering is the butterfly bush which my MIL brought to us from her home.

jofridsquilt said...

Lots of daffodills. Hugs Jofrid

Lindsay said...

tulips and daffodils. daffodils are my favourite! :)

Ellie-Mae said...

The Jerusalem Artichokes are dying off in the cold, but it' won't be long before the jonquils are up. I love jonquils, they remind me of my grandfather. he had a whole field of them.
Beautiful give away too.

Erin said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I wish I had a flowerbed, but I live in an apt and everytime I try to start one on my balcony I kill it :( if I did have one I'd love for it to have violets and tulips!

Deb said...

In my front flowerbed I have lilacs, something with blue flowers that grows in a swirly round fashion, and a few stunted strawberries that were overcome by the other plants. That fabric is gorgeous!

Pat said...

Uhhhhh, do weeds count? The only flowers i can keep alive are the ones on fabric!

Ebeth said...

I live in the desert so...no flower box. But there are succulents, a protea (sp?) and some assorted desert landscape plants in our front yard...

More importantly, I love Vintage Modern. :)

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Kala said...

Right now that would be daffodils with spotty dandelions. I don't have the heart to tell them that they are a weed. I let my husband do that. ;)

Stephanie H said...

I don't have a front flower bed in this house, but there are a couple palm trees! Do they count? Otherwise, my last house had climbing roses, geraniums and petunias.

Tricia said...

Ahh Rachel...flowers in my front flower bed? I guess this means I am not a contender in this giveaway cuz, well I live in southern AZ...I can barely get cactus and native plants to grow, I have a purple grass in my front planter...it is hardy and only needs trimmed in the fall. It can survive our hot summers.
I LOVE.LOVE.LOVE vintage modern! It is a fabulous line isn't it?

tusen said...

We have lots of tulips about to bloom, but I have to admit it's not really my front flower bed, it belongs to the block of flats I live in.

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