I love the fall and winter but by February, I’m ready to move on. With the crisp fall colors now a distant memory and nothing but grey skies and icy weather outside my window, I’m ready for the renewal of springtime. While I can’t hurry mother nature along, I can give her a nudge and put some spring in my step by displaying a decorative garden flag with glorious pinks, greens and yellows. I sometimes even display them inside my home to chase away the ‘rainy day blues.’
These are a few of my favorites for this spring season.
The Boho Flowers garden flag combines several of my favorite things. First, the brightly colored flowers bring a sense of warmth and vibrancy on darker, grey days. The friendly ‘hello’ greets everyone who comes to my door. I enjoy the flag’s colors, flowers and welcoming of friends and family into my home. The artwork is visible on both sides of the flag. This lovely garden flag from BreezeArt is made from SolarSilk, a durable polyester fabric. The fabric is silky so it moves gracefully in a gentle breeze. It’s also fade and mildew resistant to protect against April showers. In fact, I enjoy these flowers so much, I’m getting the same flag with my monogram to use at other times.
This is the only bunny I want in my garden! This little funny bunny appears to have popped up in a pile of springtime flowers. The watercolor style of the artwork conveys the gentleness and newness of springtime. While I’m going to be displaying this decorative garden flag in my yard this year, it’s also appropriate for Easter time. Constructed out of durable, fade resistant and mildew proof SolarSilk, this little bunny makes a wonderful addition to my spring décor.
The Fresh Flowers decorative garden flag is one that expresses my sentiment. Yes, ‘Flowers make the heart happy’. As the weather gets milder, I start looking for the flowers in my garden. This flag welcomes guests and family with the fresh newness of springtime before my garden is in full bloom. The soft polyester fabric floats gracefully in the breeze. While the fabric is silky, it’s also tough and resists fading and mildew.
Spring is an explosion of color and gentle rebirth in the garden. As the weather warms up and the first shoots of green venture into my garden, I will be hanging new garden flags for their friendly messages for guests and a reminder that spring blossoms are right around the corner.