A Sprinkle of Red

The greatest pleasure about Spring is planning out our garden. Let me be clear, we live in the city with limited green space so when I say ‘garden’, I mean pots on the front doorsteps and a few bigger ones in our tiny backyard.

I love the vibrant colors that flowers add to a space and I can trust  Monrovia plants to help deliver just that. This past weekend, I picked up a few perennial flowering pots from Lowes. These gorgeous Harmony Anemones in scarlet red are sitting pretty both indoors and out.

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I bought a handful of these pots for outside but saved one for the home office as seen below. April is generally a safe time to start planting since the cold has broken.

Home Office with Gold Mirror by Le Zoe Musings

Since my office is mostly white with gold accents (shocker), I thought these scarlet Harmony Anemone would add a nice dose of color. Btw, I’m just showing a little corner of my office, I’ll share more of the space soon! I’m planning to switch out some things since it used to be Axel’s nursery.

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Not only do these flowers add a nice dose of color to the room but they’ll boost your mood as well. How can you look at these and not be happy?! Other indoor flowering plants that I recommend are orchids, geranium and jasmine.

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What are you favorite flowers to plant this time of the year? To find Monrovia plants near you, see HERE.

Have a great day and happy planting!

Kellie Van signature Le Zoe Musings

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