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May Flowers

Image Credit: Jill Wellington

Good morning! It’s the first of May! I’m slightly partial to this month as it’s my birthday month. Today, I’ve learned that lily of the valley and hawthorn flower are May’s birthday flowers. Aren’t they lovely?

Hawthorn Flower – Pixabay – EKK-Hagen
Lillies of the Valley – Pixabay – Mareefe

I pinned this beautiful hand painted scarf that was inspired by these two flowers.

May Silk Chiffon scarf Lily of the Valley and Hawthorn
Green pink Mauve shawl -Hedgehogs scarf -spring floral hand painted silk wrap
Etsy- Sik Intuition

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18 thoughts on “May Flowers

  1. May in NSW Australia has brought us the first taste of winter, still another month away. Cold winds and warm sunshine have us seeking a sheltered corner to sit and thaw. I love your pictures of spring. Maybe when our spring arrives (September) there will be an end in sight to the threat of the dreaded virus.

      1. oh haha… I was wondering because it said May. I am great, though! How are you? One of my friends had Lily of the Valley growing in their backyard. Maybe you can plant it! They’re tiny!

        1. I’m so jealous. 🙂 I would have to work super hard to grow Lilies in Texas weather. I’ll try though! I’m working on clearing out this plot of land and building boxes for a raised garden bed. I’m learning how to use a circular saw! 😀

            1. Depends on the season! In the summer, it can get dry and crispy. Other seasons, it could be green with enough rain. I’m grateful that it’s not like Death Valley or a complete desert.

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