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I was shooting photos of some of our gorgeous dahlias recently and came across this little guy looking right at me. Believe it not, this was actually taken with my Samsung Galaxy S9 phone so I was pretty happy with how well it came out. Last year I featured a celebration of summer garden tomatoes by featuring some recipes made with fresh garden tomatoes. My celebration included a couple of chilled gazpacho recipes, including my Garden Heirloom Gazpacho , made with garden fresh yellow and blue cherry tomatoes, and my Summer Garden Gazpacho made with classic red heirlooms.

Because of this, my homemade veggie stock is typically green and therefore adding it to my carrot soup also makes my soup a bit green. Yes, a few of the carrot tops are gone, which I credit to the numerous baby bunnies that invaded our yard and gardens this year.

This recipe makes about 4 servings of soup. This soup is so packed full of good vitamins and antioxidants that it makes you feel better almost immediately.

While the jalapeno, turmeric, and nasturtium are all optional, please note that they provide a lot of disease-fighting nutrients to this soup. The ginger, garlic, and carrots alone still give you a serious nutritional boost. This is one of the delicious recipes I make with a bounty of carrots. What do you do with your carrot overload? I hope everyone is enjoying their spring, so far! This first shot is of one of the flowers in a planter — my husband actually planted this agapanthus also known as lily of the Nile last year and then brought the planter inside.

About a month or so ago it went back outside and it finally decided to bless us with its beautiful blooms. They definitely seem to prefer the grape jelly over the oranges but far be it for us to not offer them a gourmet selection of both. This is, without a doubt, one of my easiest makeover projects ever and the results are beautiful.

As the years have passed, however, their colors faded and they began to rust. You can see on the rim of them where they were rusting. After sanding, I rinsed them off, wiped them down and let them dry.

Then, with a few light coats of spray paint that I had on hand, I now have beautiful, bright French flower pots again. Spray paint is such an easy way to make over small items, such as these pots. You want to start with as smooth and clean of a surface as possible, making sure the surface is dry before painting.

Shake the paint vigorously for a minute or two and then always do a test spray on a piece of paper or cardboard. Then, apply the paint from at least a foot away, using sweeping motions as you paint, to help prevent drips.

Let each coat dry an hour or so before applying the next coat. These pots have 3 coats of spray paint on them. In case you missed my recent post, it was part one of easy to grow flowers here in zone 5 …at least for me. Currently, the crocus and daffodils have already bloomed, while the tulips, lilacs and bleeding hearts are all blooming here in early May. Just getting ready to strut their stuff is our very short-lived but beautiful alliums. Also, just getting ready to pop is all of our columbine.

Bonus for me is that they are shade plants, though they do well in partial sun also. How can you resist their unusual flowers and colors? My columbine bloom for a month or so but, because I have so many of them, it goes on longer than that, due to varying stages of their plant maturity.

Just a week or two away from blooming is my clematis. I love clematis but ours blooms only briefly due to the fact it gets only afternoon sun.

All of the above flowers are perennials for me here in zone 5. Some annuals that I love and that are easy here are cosmos and zinnias. Find a sunny spot, loosen up the dirt, toss in a little compost and then sprinkle some seeds around. You barely need to cover them; I sprinkle just enough dirt over them to keep them in their place. Keep damp for days and you should see some sprouts.

Then, just keep watered enough to keep the sprouts going and before you know it, you have flowers that go on and on and on and on.

Trust me on this one. Of course, for another perennial, coneflowers are beautiful and do well in all sorts of soil and light — I have a lot of luck with them in a few different areas in our yard. Irises need to be divided every couple of years, so keep that in mind when planting them. Our moonbeam coreopsis is another perennial that does really well here in Zone 5. I have some in full sun and some under some pine trees in partial sun and they all do really well.

Their bright yellow flowers are a joy to see and they will spread if left in one place long enough. Back to annuals, my final favorite for now is nasturtium, which is not only beautiful but edible, too.

We enjoyed their blooms in salads for their colorful and spicy kick. Just make sure that the nasturtium you pick has been grown in organic conditions and not treated with anything. Thanks for stopping by and happy planting! Spring is upon us so I have flowers on my mind. Okay, who am I kidding? I have flowers on my mind all year long. My husband and I spent many hours in the gardens this weekend, planting and relocating flowers and veggies galore.

This is by no means a complete list — we have a lot, and I do mean a LOT of different types of flowers, shrubs, trees and plants in our yard.

These are just a tiny selection of flowers that are easy to grow for me here in zone 5 — I will try and follow up soon with some more of them. Mostly what you see here are dahlias to the left, some cosmos around the birdhouse and catmint to the right. I love all these different colors and prefer it when the gardens are just a little wild looking; to me, it just seems more sensual and exotic this way.

Crocus are one of our first flowers to peek their heads up in early spring; they will even bloom in the snow. They are very small plants, but their early burst of color each year is always a joyful sign that winter has finally ended, which makes me a happy woman, indeed.

Daffodils are next to show their colorful faces, followed closely by tulips. We have a few different varieties and all of them are gorgeous and all of them are currently either blooming or getting ready to. They require little upkeep, aside from some minor pruning and occasional feeding. Blooming with the lilacs right now in early May are all of our Bleeding Heart plants.

These grow great for us and, as a bonus, they do best in the shade, adding a burst of color to the not-so-sunny areas of our yard. They also grow bigger each year and are easy to divide and transfer. Last but not least, at least for now, lilies are usually next to bloom, though I have to admit — the area deer tend to enjoy them before we ever get to see them bloom. Beautiful and, apparently, tasty too. Have you had luck growing any of these flowers? Peace to all and happy blooming!

Well, hello bumblebee! Like this: Like Loading Behold, these are just some of my Cosmic Purple Carrots. Add onion, ginger, garlic, and jalapeno and cook for about 1 minute, stirring occasionally. Add carrots and stir well. Season with salt and pepper, stir well, and cook about 8 minutes, stirring often, until carrots have begun to soften. Reduce heat to a rolling simmer and cook for about 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Carrots should be softened through but not falling apart. Remove from heat and let cool about 30 minutes.

Stir in turmeric. Set aside for serving. Pour carrot mixture into a food processor or blender and puree well, stopping to scrape the sides a few times. Puree until smooth. Chilled soups are not only refreshing but often good for you, too.

Spread the word: This was an easy one-day makeover project that makes me feel like I have brand new flower pots. Of course, you should always use spray paint outside or in a large, well-ventilated area. Have you done any spray paint projects lately? Spring is finally here and this chick is pretty happy about it.

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