Tabletop Spring Garden

It’s still a bit too chilly to do more than dream about my spring garden plans. So I created a little spring tabletop garden.

yellow primrose

 Just a few colorful primroses, some daffodils I’m forcing and a pot of already bloomed daffodils.

mixed color primroses

I do a little spring tabletop gardening every year.  Last year I did a larger table with some indoor plants mixed with spring blooming bulbs.

daffodils in a white container

For now this is my indoor spring garden until I can go outside and get some dirt under my nails!

red table with primroses

Just a bright little corner to chase away the winter blues!

spring tabletop garden

Get a jump on spring by creating your own tabletop garden. It’s as easy as buying some spring blooms from your garden center or grocery store!

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  1. says

    I love all the potted flowers that are in the grocery at this time of year! Such a bright colorful spot to our winter world!

    It’s so nice to visit your cheery blog again! :)

    • Manuela says

      Hi Betsy,

      Nice to see you! There are a lot of potted spring bulbs at the grocery store right now (at least in Georgia). Actually, our daffodils are in bloom outside. I think we’re going to have an early spring!

  2. says

    Hi, Manuela

    I love all the potted flower plants. So lovely and cheery. By the way, I changed my blog name from Home Sweet Butterfly to DIY 180. Have a great week.


  3. says

    I just picked up a few primroses from Aldi and they are brightening up my kitchen. It’s so nice to look at them on the windowsill, even with the snow just outside the window, and know that spring will come again.

  4. says

    I love your little table of greenery and color, Manuela! Daffodils always say spring to me. I hope it gets here soon. These cold temps and the snow are getting old.

  5. Debbie says

    I love love love that! I just came from Home is Where the Boat Is and was admiring her terrarium. Now, I see this and am determined to add a little “garden” one way or the other to keep me peppy during this very busy and crazy kitchen redo season. I would just love to sit in that pop of red corner and read or something. So pretty!

  6. says

    Primroses are a winter tradition for me. Home Depot has them for about $1.29 each so you can really load up! Don’t throw them out when they get a little raggedy and dead looking, plant them outside in a shady damp spot and they rebloom for years!

  7. says

    I love primroses, though they never last long when I get them. I will have to look up how to take care of them. There is obviously something I’m not doing right – and I want some! 😉 I love the colors and cheerfulness of your vignette and the red table, too.

  8. says

    They are so beautiful! Not to mention your cheerful red accents.

    One good thing about our house, there are all kinds of daffodils that grow come spring. So many that I don’t feel guilty cutting them and having lots of bouquets through the house for a couple weeks.

    I must remember under that frozen tundra there are yellow blooms.

  9. says

    I am so longing for spring! We live in northern Michigan and it certainly is a frozen tundra outside! Your flowers are so pretty. I may just go down and get me some bulbs to force! Have a great week!

  10. Ali says

    Love this idea! especially with the brilliant red of the furniture, and those pops of yellow in the flowers, it will defintiely chase away the winter blues!

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