Pre-Spring Table Centerpiece with Primroses

A little color in the house was just what I needed to lift a mild case of the winter doldrums.  A quick stop at a local nursery yielded four Primroses, the perfect amount to make a pretty centerpiece.
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Last month’s Southern Living had an article on Primroses and they recommended enjoying them inside and then tossing them into the compost when the blooms are gone.  They are apparently finicky to grow.
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I love the vibrant purple blooms.
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My container is a Southern Living at Home piece.  The handle is detachable which is nice.  These were very popular a few years ago and I’ll bet that a reader or two has this same piece in their collection.
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The tea towel is Irish Linen, purchased many years ago in San Francisco. 
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Thanks for stopping by for a visit.  It won’t be long before there are blooms from my yard to use for a table centerpiece.

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Comments

  1. Gorgeous! Did you see the cover of Southern Living this month? I’m so ready for spring!

  2. Love me some primroses. I went to buy some this weekend, but they only had Gerbera daisies, but I love those too so it was ok. So Springey.

  3. Love them- I think that is a perfect centerpiece to kick off the spring! Have a great day!

  4. This is SO pretty, Paula…I love the basket and how you have arranged the flowers in it with the moss. Very inspiring and makes me long for spring!!

    XO,
    Jane

  5. These are so gorgeous! :) You are so talented! :)

  6. They look so pretty and makes me ready for spring! You’ll have to let us know how long they last indoors.

  7. That definitely brightens up your table!

  8. Yay for color! I love prim roses, they are so pretty. I am so ready for spring. We have been having good weather here, I hope it continues.

    Thank you for your nice comments on my mantle! I am really liking the blue for a change. Kristen

  9. Looks so pretty! I love the wire basket.

  10. Love the primroses. I have the very same Southern Living basket. Now, I need to go and buy some flowers! Thanks for sharing. Hope the bathroom project is going well. Carla

  11. Oh my gosh how gorgeous! I think I need to get myself some primroses. Do you love Southern Living magazine? They dont sell it here in Michigan, but I have been thinking about ordering. xo

  12. Gorgeous color. It’s the perfect time of year to remind ourselves that growing weather is around the corner. Have a good week!

  13. That is just beautiful! I love the SL wire basket thingee and I LOVE the primrose. I don’t think I’ve ever even seem primrose. The color is gorgeous!!!!

    Love the tea towel too.

  14. We can grow primroses pretty early in the spring up here in New England–they tolerate the cool spring temperatures pretty well. And I love them! Your centerpiece is beautiful. Linda

  15. Your primroses are so pretty and add a lovely bright spot to your dining room. Love the container you used to put them in.
    I’m your newest follower and would be delighted if you’d follow back on GFC.
    Mary Alice

  16. This is just beautiful. I love your primroses. I would have them dead in one minute, but I so admire anyone than can grow them. Gorgeous. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

  17. Oh I adore the primroses. I have yellow in my front yard.

    I hope you’ll stop by my blog. I am hosting a giveaway for a $50 Kirklands gift card.

  18. Primrose Perfection! :)

    They do make a darling centerpiece.

    ~Liz

  19. I love primroses and have tried to grow them with no luck. It is too warm in south Alabama.

    Your centerpiece is lovely.

  20. Very pretty! I just bought some too for a centerpiece.
    I always plant mine and they come back every year. Guess they like the climate here on LI.

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