Beautiful! And obviously you don't have allergies! :)
A nice post to start the day with - Those are really beautiful flowers!
I grew up with forsythia in our backyard, to me they are the quintessential symbol of spring. With the rain outside and your beautiful yellow branches to keep you company, your bench project should be done in no time. Best of luck.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for telling me what these blooms are.I'm an Australian girl and I've never seen these grown or sold here but have admired them for ages.I think the first time I became aware of them was via the TV show 'Frasier' where there was always a bunch [me thinks fakes] in his living room.They are glorious bursts of sunshine and I love the way that you've presented them here Jane.x Felicity
Where we live in delhi, the roads are lined with laburnum trees..they flower when it gets a little warmer, closer to summer and then the only color we'll see is yellow..much like your beautiful forsythia! xx meenal
I love forsythia! These are my favorite Spring blooms to see!
I love yellow and the flowers are beautiful! It's true - all you need to do is add a few fresh flowers and it really brightens up a room!Christinaps - check out my Cory Renee Clutch Giveaway!
What a gorgeous pop of colour on your table! I used to live in a lovely apartment on a lake and the property was surrounded by forsythia bushes. The landlady used to clip big bunches and bring them to me. Between those lovely yellow blooms and their huge magnolia tree outside my window, spring was a very special time in that apartment! :)
They are beautiful! And...you don't have to dust them.
Love how that yellow looks in your dining room! Well actually, a lot of colors look great with the color of your walls! Girl it's been a crazy week to say the least. I need to catch up around here;)
Love forsythia ~ the ultimate harbinger of spring. :) Enjoy!Heidi @ Show Some Decor
I love forsythia! And how lovely those branches look on your table. Isn't spring the best?
Love, love, love the pop of yellow that forsythia branches offer! Can't wait until your bench is ready for its big blog debut!
Gorgeous! I love what the bright yellow brings to your space! There's nothing like fresh flowers... I can't WAIT to see the bench completed!abodelove.blogspot.com
Janell, I love that combination of the yellow forsythia against your gray wall - so pretty! My new house has a row of forsythia out front - can't wait for them to bloom!
You have such a beautiful home! I love the pop of yellow the branches give to the space! I think a yellow/gray combination is beautiful!
I love blooming spring trees and bushes. They make such a grand statement just being themselves! And when we bring them inside, it's just amazing what energy they bring to a space. (The bench is looking good!)
Being able to grab flowers from a friend's/relative's garden is the best (can't wait for my mom's peonies this Summer!)
Oh Peonies!! My favorite flower, lucky for me my Dad has those in his yard also!! Janell
There are nothing like beautiful blooms to brighten up a room. They are gorgeous!Jessie
One of the prettiest display of forsythia I've seen! Nothing says spring like them:)
I adore it- have a bunch on my fireplace as we speak- so so pretty on your table.
Fresh flowers ae always beautiful and they look lovely on your table.
With a setting as gorgeous as that one, I think dried up branches would look exquisite but they do look stunning and the yellow adds such pop and happiness into a room. Love your gray room....so into that color these days. Beautiful pics..thanks for sharing!
I was just going to cut some from my backyard today. Spring is on it's way!
Hi Janell! The blooms are beautiful and a sure sign of Spring. Your dining room is gorgeous and the bench is perfect for the table.Hugs,Sherry
Amazing what a bright punch of Mother Nature does for you home and your mood, isn't it? I'm enjoying my daffodils on my desk for the same reason (willing my little spring tulips to open). :-)
I love love forsythia branches, we don't have any in our area, not sure if it can take the heat or not. It is just around the corner for you, I am sure. Come on over to my blog I will give you a great dose of Spring and smiles, Kathysue
Beautiful, a pop of yellow flowers will always brighten your day. Thanks for sharing.
LOVE! Those made me smile.
I need some of these for my dining room!
I love your pop of yeelow against the grey walls.
Ugh, you have rain too? It is so dreary here in Vancouver. Not only is it raining but it is cold as well! Sigh...need to cut me some forsythia!
I just clipped some cherry blossom branches from our yard and love how they cheer me up. Now I'm waiting for the peonies.
Beautiful! I love the yellow and how it really freshens up a room! Reminds me I need to go get new flowers at the market today (:
I love the color of your walls. What color is it and is it more of a beige or gray? Thank you!
The paint color is Sherwin Williams Quiver Tan, I think the last image portrays the color most accurately. It is a nice warm tan that has gray undertones.
Those are beautiful! Such a bright cheery color!
Girl, take the blooms off the stems where they meet the water. They'll last much longer! So pretty.
Great tip Anne!! Done! :) Janell
Man, that bench is going to look aMAZing! Can't wait to see it.p.s. Love the flowers, too. ;)
That pop of yellow is really gorgeous in your room, Janell. Lovely! I also like your aqua lamp!
Beautiful!!! The flowers and the bench!! Love the legs :) (on the bench) :)and I love the few little yellow flowers floating around in the water!!Very pretty
I LOVE forsythia! I just planted some last summer, and yesterday, I noticed the first buds popping out.. what a glorious glorious sign!
gorgeous! gorgeous! in fabulous yellow, definitely very Spring!
Just stunning & I love the container you displayed them in. Also, have to say that bench is looking very good.CAS
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