I've always liked minimalist arrangements. I call them pseudo- Ikebana arrangements. Traditional Ikebana has alot of rules / guidelines that I don't follow but this style still capture that general idea.
I could not resist these rannuculus they look great in this beautiful china vase.
And here is my favorite wild flower; Toad Flax. I cast their seed around my flower beds all Fall and Winter whenever rain is coming. Then watch for their little seedlings so's I can nurture and transplant them all around the garden.
Here they are in the garden bed. One packet (costs about $4.00) lasts all season and brings lots flowers, joy and satisfaction.
Well this is not exactly a Spring flower but I think you will find it interesting. It's some kind of orchid. A friend gave it to me for my birthday. The buds are starting to open. Look at this!
They look like humming birds to me, my husband says they look like dragons. What ever your imagination tells you I'm sure it includes the thought of what a wonder nature is to create such amazing structures?!
I hope however you celebrate Spring you have a wonderful time!
cheers, Claire W.