Friday, May 18, 2012

Lilac Love

I have to share these lilacs with you. To me they are absolutely exquisite. My parents have about 5 or 6 beautiful mature lilac bushes on their property. Ranging from the lightest lavender to yummy dark purple.
So I helped myself to some of the prettiest I could find. Of course some of the biggest and best were way up high. You could let your mother climb on top of your car to reach them or play it safe and stick to what you can get on ground:) I chose the former.  Thanks Mom!!
Look at these beauties.

I knew I should have taken pictures the very first day because a lot of the lighter ones started wilting pretty fast.
These however are the prettiest of the pretty.

I had them in a big bucket in the garage and the smell was AMAZING!

I still can’t get over how absolutely beautiful this double blossom lilac is. The colors are simply perfect.


I found this cute willow vase at TJ Maxx for $6.99. Such a good deal.


Fresh flowers in the entryway is one of my favorite things. I love the look of the rustic willow vase and fresh garden flowers.



I was also able to rescue some more vintage bottles from my parents property. Now how pretty does this look in a vintage jar?


I will be showing some more vintage bottles in an upcoming post.


I hope you enjoyed these beautiful lilacs. I’ve seen so many gorgeous posts on lilacs in blogland, I just had to include these.
Take care all!

♥ Michelle


Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Lilacs are one of my favorites. Very pretty.

vintage grey said...

The lilacs are gorgeous!! I am sure the smell is amazing, too!! Love the blue mason jar!! My favorite!! Have a great weekend! xo Heather

Anonymous said...

I can almost smell them...our former home had 2 beautiful lilac bushes, and since this home has none, I'm pretty sure my hubby will be planting some soon!
Thanks for sharing~

The Cottage Market {Andrea} ♥ said...

oh miss michelle! these are gorgeous!!!! they were my mom's favorite gorgeous and intricate and yours are AMAZING!!!! the best thing is -- i don't have to smell them : )LOL!!! i am very allergic but love to feast on their beauty! thank you for my morning smile and the rush of memories! sending you and yours tons of hugs! said...

So beautiful, Michelle! Especially lovely in your vintage jar:) Lilacs are one of my favorite flowers but sadly, we can't grow them in the south ~ too dern hot!


chateau chic said...

Your lilacs are gorgeous, especially those double lilacs. Not seen those before. Love the vintage bottles as vases.
Thanks for stopping by, Mary Alice

The Checkered Apple said...

Those were so beautiful! Lucky you to have your own floral supplier!

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Rose Garden Malevik said...

woow.........wonderful photos.....soon it is time here also :)
and do not miss....




it is FUN :)
Håkan ( The Roseman)

Perfectly Printed said...

The lilacs are beautiful! I live on the West Coast, my lilac bloomed about a month ago. I just love them! I am your newest follower.


janice15 said...

So very pretty...I love them..Mom only has one..and doesn't bloom a lot..

Kelly said...

Just exquisite! Love lilacs. I can't have real ones because they don't grow in my region. I'm swooning over yours though!

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

I absolutely LOVE this variety of lilac! I can almost smell them from here! Just gorgeous!

The Cottage Market {Andrea} ♥ said...

dropping by to say hi : ) sending hugs!!!

Chubby Chieque said...

Hi Michelle,
So beautiful. I don't know what happen to my lilacs. It blooms but withered soon the sun shone. We have so long cold Spring.

I drool with the vintage turquoise jars. Lovely.

Greetings from STockHolm,


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