Floral Friday – Windowsill Flowers

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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76 Responses to Floral Friday – Windowsill Flowers

  1. John says:

    Wow, you have a very Green Thumb, Eliza! ☺️

  2. Anne says:

    How very pretty.

  3. cindy knoke says:

    Beautiful. Are those snow drops in the back?

  4. That makes for a wonderfully cheery window sill, Eliza…

  5. Now, that’s my kind of view. 🙂

  6. Irfan Asif says:

    That’s so beautiful. I’m not a gardening person, nor was I into this thing before. But recently, sorta like suburbia’s and your regular email capturing beautiful moments on your garden makes me calm. Subconsciously I check my email daily wondering if there’s a new mail. I cannot say it enough, but your mail makes me happy. Thank you so much. 💓

  7. Alice says:

    What pretty peachy and yellowy colors! Did you force the snowdrops (inside)?

  8. shoreacres says:

    It’s a lovely collection. I recognize the snowdrops and orchids (?), but what are those pretty things on the left? Dahlia?

  9. Treah Pichette says:

    You know I do love this picture! Such luscious colors.

  10. Wow, what a great color combo! A treat on a cloudy day.

  11. Beautiful windowsill flowers Eliza! Enjoyed seeing them!

  12. So pretty, Eliza! I especially like how the colors complement each other.

  13. You must be looking forward to the snow melt and the renew growth in your garden. We are finding Montreal to be truly black & white these days after having spent 3 months in the Southern Hemisphere…(Suzanne)

  14. How nice. My cat likes to eat my flowers, so I have to rely on looking out of the window.

  15. Dale says:

    I love everything about this photo, Eliza. The flowers, the containers, the wood, the window. Just lovely.

  16. LightWriters says:

    Delightful! 🌸🤗

  17. Debbie says:

    I’d MUCH rather see these hopeful beauties than bucket-loads of snow, particularly in mid-March, Eliza — well captured!!

  18. sandyjwhite says:

    Your window is a happy place. Such nice colors.

  19. Pretty in pink this Friday. I love to keep a vase behind my kitchen sink. I thought that you had grown some pink sunflowers!

  20. Kris P says:

    I LOVE the color of the Gerberas! Their foliage mildews quickly here, although I’ve been told that those in the Garvinea series are tougher. I’ve yet to find them locally but I’m actively looking for them. Your entire vignette is lovely and a great prelude to spring.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thank you, Kris! That is the extent of my ‘garden’ in winter (aside from the sunspace, of course, which is chilly– except when the sun shines in the afternoon).

  21. Perfect window filler on a winter’s day, Eliza.

  22. Murtagh's Meadow says:

    What beauties

  23. Stunning! Happy Friday.

  24. Pretty, pretty, pretty!

  25. gwenniesgardenworld says:

    Fantastic !! so very pretty !!!

  26. They are happy inside, away from that snow. 🙂 Love the soft colors!

  27. Beautiful windowsill and love the colorful flower on the left!!🙂

  28. The name “Gerbera daisy” reminds me of Gerber’s baby food. When I looked up the origin of the genus name just now I found it honors Traugott Gerber, whose first name is German for True God.

  29. What a lovely still life! It’s nice having a shelf under your window sill for flowers in the sunlight.

  30. Cathy says:

    Lovely. 😃 Indoor flowers are worth their weight in gold at this time of year, aren’t they. Hope your latest snow melts quickly!

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