*Official* May 2011 Release Party Contest

I am absolutely smitten with all of this month's new releases (who doesn't love flowers!) and I can tell by the excitement that some of you have shared with me that you are too!  A big thank you to each and every one of you who have joined us tonight during release festivities as well as the last five days of countdown fun!  

To finish up this exciting celebration, we're giving away a fabulous prize package tonight!  Practically the entire May release!  All you need to do to have your chance to win is post an answer to the following question in the comments section below.

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Congrats to Nancy for being randomly selected as the winner for this amazing prize package!  Please be sure to email customer with your shipping information so we can get it out to you.  Thanks to everyone for stopping by and happy shopping!

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  • 1
    Antoinette says:

    The daisy- it is such a happy flower!

  • 2
    see mary stamp says:

    Which ever ones my husband gives me. 🙂 I don’t get flowers from him too often, so when I do, it’s always extra special. Doesn’t matter what kind.

  • 3
    Teresa Porter says:

    My favorite flower is the lilac. They are right outside of my window. When the wind blows my entire front yard smells so lovely

  • 4
    Tracie C says:

    My favorite flower is the lilac because of the wonderful scent. It brings memories of my childhood at my grandma’s house. There is no better scent than a lilac.

  • 5
    karen q says:

    I love daisies, always have. They were my flowers for proms and they were on my wedding invitations. They are beautiful in their simplicity.

  • 6
    Laura S says:

    It’s a tie between daisies and mums. I love the colors of both and they just seem like happy flowers to me.

  • 7
    Kathy Archer says:

    I just love Geraniums, I’m not sure why except they spell the start of summer for me. Love the colors and the fragrance. Bit of historical fact, ladies used to use the petals for color on their cheeks.

  • 8
    Gabriela says:

    I love daisies… they are so simple and sweet. I even had daisies at my wedding. The center pieces all had them, funny enough my florist kept telling me that daisies are not pretty enough for a wedding… lol, but I just love them.

  • 9
    LINDA GERIG says:

    I love black eyed susans. Not sure why but they are so bright and with a lot of them they are so pretty. Linda Gerig

  • 10
    Taheerah says:

    Favourite flower? That’s a toughie! I love fuschias though, so pretty and elegant! Oooh, and orchids!!

  • 11
    Jara says:

    Favorite flowers? Dogwoods- being from the south, I’m just smitten…
    they are such a wonderful sight at the beginning of spring every year… I grew up with the white variety, but have grown to love the pink dogwoods, too!

    Unique petal shape, and the way they grow in dappled shade in the woods… so pretty!

  • 12
    Cindy Holshouser says:

    Sweet Peas have always been my favorite. They remind of my mom’s flower beds when I was growing up. And they smell so heavenly. I grow them every year. And I never get tired of their charming colors and scent.

  • 13
    Sally says:

    The rose is my favorite flower because of it’s beauty in any color and the sweetness of it’s fragrance!

  • 14
    Holly says:

    Gerber daisy – it’s a simple and unassuming flower, yet full of color and smiles.

  • 15
    Regina C says:

    I love the Lily of the Valley. It reminds me of my mother who has since passed away. This was one of her favorite flowers. Pretty and sweet smelling!!

  • 16
    Kim Heggins says:

    White tulips, not sure why but I did have a beautiful bunch for my wedding bouquet.

  • 17
    Carla Grace says:

    I absolutely love hydrangeas. They are so hefty but dainty at the same time. I love their subtle colors, and the fact that I can grow them on my back porch. They dry beautifully and make the most gorgeous bouquets and wreaths. They are definitely my favorite above all others.

  • 18
    Kathy R. says:

    I love daisies … I just think they are so simple and happy. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 19
    LisaE says:

    Gladiolus – make great cut flowers, come in a fantastic array of colors, and last so long because you can keep pulling off the spent blooms until they bloom out at the end.

  • 20
    Carolyn R. says:

    I absolutely am drawn to hydrangeas! I also love the look of mums in the fall.

  • 21
    kolleen moss says:

    Snapdragons. My grandmother, who I did not know as she died before I was born, loved snapdragons. My mom told me many times that my grandmother could grow anything. I believe I inherited my green thumb from her. When I see snaps they remind me of her even though I didn’t know her physically I still keep her in my heart.

  • 22
    DebbieZ says:

    My favorite flower is the violet. My Grandmother always had a tower of violets in her house. They were always so pretty and seemed so delicate. Whenever I see them now they always make me think of her.

  • 23
    Keva Brown says:

    Oh, that’s easy: Tulips!! They’re so beautiful and it’s not easy for me to kill them since they don’t stay around long..lol. I have a black thumb!!

  • 24
    Angela Person says:

    My favorite flower would have to be the Iris. I love all the varieties in the Iris family. I also enjoy all the color combinations that it blooms in.

  • 25
    Tricia Dee says:

    My new favorite flower is Angelique, a double tulip. I like it because it looks like a peony or rose which are my two favorite flowers!

  • 26
    Lou says:

    I have 2 favorite flowers – Gerberas because they are so bright and happy. And hyacinths because they remind me of Year 12 formal (or Prom) as my partner gave them to me on the night. Every time I smell them it takes me back when I was young 🙂

    Lou

  • 27
    Sarah N. says:

    I love stargazer lilies! I love the color pink and think that the shape of a lily is just really pretty! One of my wedding flowers for these reasons and that makes me continue to love them even more as a reminder of such a happy happy day!

  • 28
    Brenda H says:

    My favorite flower is the hydrangea. I just think they are masterpieces, so huge and beautiful colors, just love ’em!!

  • 29
    Mariah says:

    I love peonies! They smell so beautiful and always remind me of the beginning of summer (my favorite time of year), hot during the day for the beach but cooler at night…I absolutely love them!

  • 30
    Kelly says:

    The gerbera daisy is my favorite flower because of all the gorgeous colors they can be. I love them!

  • 31
    Meagan Boyce says:

    Dahlias by far. Any color, size, type. I love them all!

  • 32
    Shelly says:

    My favorite flower is the peony. I love their heavenly smell and their big showy blooms. They are beautiful in a vase on my table and fragrance the whole house. I only wish they could hang around just a little longer!!

  • 33
    Debbie G. says:

    I love so many flowers but I would have to say that the sunflower is my favorite. I love driving up to visit my family in the summer and seeing the fields of sunflowers. When the sun comes up they all turn their heads to meet the sun, and follow it all day until it sets. It’s amazing and beautiful!

  • 34
    Lennie says:

    My favorite flower is the carnation. It smells great, lasts a long time and isn’t that expensive. You can also get them in any color with a little food coloring!

  • 35

    My favourite flower is Lily of the Valley. I love the purity and delicacy of the white flowers and their scent is amazing.

  • 36

    My favorite flower is the daffodil. I like them because they are the first flower of spring around here.

  • 37
    Marisa says:

    My favorite flower is a tulip. Love the simplicity of it and it is one of the wonderful signs of spring. Also brings back amazing memories of my year in Holland working with Billy Graham. Thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  • 38
    Wendy M says:

    Sunflowers — because they’re just so, well, sunny!

  • 39
    Karen S says:

    My favorite flower is the rose. They come in so many colors that it’s hard to choose just one. The smell of an old-fashioned rose is hard to beat.

  • 40
    Paula Chizmar says:

    I love pink lilies. Their smell is heavenly and they are so beautiful to look at

  • 41
    Jen C. says:

    The sunflower…it’s just so happy! 🙂

  • 42
    Katarina M says:

    Hydrangeas are my favorite. I love the blue varieties, all the gorgeous shades and tints of blue violet just take my breath away!

  • 43
    Maureen L says:

    I like lilacs, even though I am allergic to them. Their fragrance is refreshing and they are such a pretty color

  • 44
    Sandy Fullmer says:

    I love roses for their fragrance and romantic meanings. They come in so many colors too.

  • 45
    Wendalyn says:

    My favorite flower is Lilacs because they remind me of where I grew up. We had hedging along the side of the house which were lilacs and every time I smell them I think of where i grew up. I just wish they would last longer. All the air fresheners I buy around the house are always lilacs… Thanks for the chance to win which I am keeping my fingers crossed cause I love everything this month.

  • 46
    Michelle says:

    I like daisies!

  • 47
    Laura says:

    Tulips – they are just so beautiful and graceful!

  • 48
    Lynn says:

    I love hydrangeas…love the size of the petals and the variety of colors. I love the soft cool pastel colors! Thanks so much for the chance to win.

  • 49
    steph zerbe says:

    Calla lilies are my fav flower these days. They make me smile and they are just beautiful no matter the color.

  • 50
    Connie Gregoire says:

    I love yellow tulips! They are so delicate. They remind me of the sun, summer and are so cheery-looking. They make me happy!!!

  • 51
    Barb says:

    My favorite flowers are sunflowers.

  • 52
    Lisa Bohler says:

    Daffodils are my favorite flowers because they were the first flowers I received from my dh!

  • 53

    Roses. I can’t grow them but my grandmother always did so they remind me of her. When I was a child, we would spend time together in her garden. She took such loving care of them – just as she did with me.

  • 54
    Cibele says:

    My favorite flower is the stargazer lily because I love their color and the heady fragrance. So much so that I had them in my wedding bouquet and now they remind me of one of the happiest days of my life. After my husband and I moved into our home 10 years ago, I planted some in the garden and each year I get to enjoy them and bring those memories back again. I can’t wait until they bloom this year!

  • 55
    Cele Schaffer says:

    I love the Gerber Daisy because it reminds me of summer!

  • 56
    Taammy says:

    My all time fav is white lily’s… They have to be the most perfect, beautiful flower and they go with any kind of decor! I have them in vases all around my house 🙂

  • 57
    iemke says:

    I love lillies they remind me of our wedding 😉

  • 58

    I love yellow tulips because they were the first flowers that my husband “gave” to me when we were dating. I was living with my grandmother at the time, and he was away at college…one Saturday morning the doorbell rang…it was one of his college friends holding a bouquet of yellow tulips, and behind his friend hid my husband. A wonderful and funny memory!

  • 59
    Cara Brouder says:

    My favorite flower right now is the gerbera daisy – they just make me smile. They come in so many colors now and they are just beautiful! Following that, I love a big mess of flowers – brightens my mood every time.

  • 60
    Christine Larson says:

    I have always been a sucker for orchids. They are just so elegant in their simplicity. I smile whenever I see one.

  • 61
    Crystal M. says:

    Daisies are my favorite flower, specifically white ones. They are so bright and beautiful. They just make me happy!

  • 62
    Leigh Penner says:

    My favourite flower is the columbine. It’s so delicate and beautiful, yet also very hardy. I love all of it’s pretty details.

  • 63

    My favorite are Carnations, not only due to the fresh smell and I like how they can be colored. But the main reason is that they remind me of my grandma, when she was alive. She always had fresh carnations somewhere in the house. I also like that they are not pretentious flowers and last a long time.

  • 64
    Jolene S says:

    My favorite flower is a Gerbera Daisy. Just seeing one brings a smile to my face. The colors are so vibrant and refreshing!

  • 65

    My favourite flower has always been and will forever be light pink roses. They are the prettiest flower around and screams romance! Just LOVE them!

  • 66
    Lynn D says:

    My favorite flower is the daisy, sweet and simple.

  • 67
    quilter422 says:

    lilacs. growing up, there was a huge copse of them across the driveway from the kitchen. i loved that you could put one small bouquet in the house and it would scent the entire house. they don’t do well down south, so i don’t have them at my current home, and i miss them terribly this time of year.

  • 68
    Amanda says:

    Daisies. They are delicate, yet strong. They just make me smile and bring happiness. They are easy for my boys to spot. And they last a long time in my living room.

  • 69
    Karen B. says:

    I think I have several favorite flowers. I love roses because of how good they smell (especially yellow roses.) I love fuschias because they are very unique and grow ‘upsidedown’ and have beautiful colors. I also love daisies because they are cheery. There are many others. Flowers amaze me and beautify the earth. Side note about flowers: I am so excited that you made the year of the flowers in one set for this release! Thank you!!!

  • 70
    Calypso says:

    My favorite flowers are the Sweet Peas. Love all the beautiful colors and it’s delightfully sweet scent.

  • 71
    Cat Darling says:

    I LOVE pink carnations! They last longer than most other flowers. A carnation corsage with a little yellow baby chick on it was the very first flower that I ever received. I was seven years old at the time. It was an Easter gift from my Dad.

  • 72

    My favorite flower is the iris. Love the deep purple, green, and touch of yellow or white. I’ve always liked it because it’s so elegant looking.

  • 73
    Sharon D says:

    I love most flowers–dahlias, tulips, roses, mums, pear blossoms, hydrangeas. I especially love white flowers, but I’ll take red, pink, and coral also. I’m thrilled to be living in the Pacific Northwest now, where flowers and flowering trees are abundant. Flowers just bring joy to my world.

  • 74
    Rebekah says:

    Daffodils are definitely my favorite flower. They are bright and happy like the sun and they always bring a smile to my face. I also love that daffodils come back year after year with very little upkeep since I don’t exactly have a green thumb! 🙂

  • 75
    Jennifer Delaurier says:

    My favourite flower has to be the lilac, the house where I grew up had huge lilac bushes completely around the back yard, and we had an arch way cut out to walk through to get to our garden. I always remember how much I loved their scent every time I would walk through that archway. It brings me back to my child hood home every time I smell them even now, years later.

  • 76
    Amy O says:

    Peonies! Unfortunately, they don’t grow well here. But if they did, I would fill my garden with them.

  • 77
    Cindy Coutts says:

    Rose, who has been my best friend for almost 40 years. We’ve been through EVERYTHING together; the best happy moments to the saddest of moments, and we’re still best friends to this day sharing our lives together. We’ll always be there for each other. Always have and always will. I’m so blessed to have Rose in my life.

  • 78
    Leslie E says:

    I really like Johnny Jump Ups (or Viola’s may be their real name). I love them because they pop up everywhere in my garden. They are hearty and seem to come back year after year!

  • 79

    So hard to choose. So many beautiful ones. If I had to choose, I would say Calla Lilly’s. I just love their graceful elegance.

  • 80
    lesa wolfe says:

    The daffodil, I grew up in Puyallup WA. The biggest event in our town, other than the fair, was the Daffodil Parade. I played the clarinet in my Jr. High band a couple times! That beautiful yellow flower makes me feel young again!

  • 81
    Amy Zwierz says:

    Mine is Lily of Valley. Ever since I was a kid,I loved them. We had a ton of them planted by our house. I couldn’t wait for the month of May to come around to pick them. They are so beautiful and their fragrance is so lovely. I plan to go back to my Mom’s house to dig some up before we sell it so I have some to remember my child hood by.

  • 82
    Sue Plote says:

    I love marigolds. I have such great memories of my grandparents’ home where the sidewalks were always line with marigolds. As a child I was so taken by that!

  • 83
    Anika says:

    I love hydrangeas and lilies. Although peonies, dahlias and roses are up there on the list as well!

  • 84
    Natalie Winterstein says:

    This is a tough question because I love so many differnt flowers for different reasons but I would have to say me favorite is hydrangea – I just think they are so pretty! 🙂

  • 85
    Robyn says:

    Peace Rose because it was a flower that my Mom raised near our home and it just holds a special place in my heart and reminds me of her.

  • 86
    June says:

    My favorite would have to be bright, beautiful daffodils. After winter’s cold and dreary days I always love seeing the first daffodils peeking out of the ground and cannot wait until they bloom. Daffodil’s mean that spring is coming, days are getting longer and warmer. I guess that is why I enjoy stamping and coloring them so much!

  • 87
    Lauren M. says:

    For me it’s a tie between a calla lily and hydrangea. I adore the classic simplicity of a calla lilly. It’s simple beauty at it’s best. On the other hand, hydrangeas are so complex and stunning! They were my wedding flower. Just love them!

  • 88
    Natasha says:

    My favorite flower is definitely the iris. My garden has always had them (even when I was little). There are so many beautiful colour blends available!

  • 89

    Daisies are my favorite! I had a daisy pattern embroidered on my wedding dress, and they were prominent among the wildflowers in my bouquet.

  • 90
    Melisa Hunter says:

    My favourite flower is the gerber daisy. I love the bright, rich colours.

  • 91
    stephanie says:

    My favorite flower is the yellow rose. I’m a Texas girl 🙂 I love the cheerfulness the yellow brings & that they represent friendship.

  • 92
    Gayatri says:

    Roses of course! Because it symbolises love and beauty 🙂 I have plenty in my garden and easy to grow. I love the different color roses you can get and their fragrance as well.

  • 93
    Kelly in Canada says:

    I am highly sensitive to strong smells so many flowers have scents that I react to. However, my two favourites don’t cause a reaction so I’m thankful for that! My favourite flower in the garden are my beautiful peonies. On a special occasion, I love lavender roses. That’s what I had in my wedding bouquet.

  • 94

    Red Geraniums! I am not sure why but probably because my grandmother, who we called Mom, grew them. She was AMAZING. She would have LOVED PTI. She was crafty when there weren’t as many craft tools available.
    Thanks, Nichole
    Susan

  • 95
    Mary Sue says:

    I like Impatients.

  • 96
    Kellie B says:

    My favorite flower would be a peony. I love how lush their petals feel and the amazing color…

  • 97
    Liz Knips says:

    My favorite flower is a tulip because it’s arms are raised toward heaven.

  • 98
    Sheryl B. says:

    I love Gerber daisies. My bridesmaids carried those in my wedding and every time I see them, I think of that special day!

  • 99
    Martha S. says:

    My favorite flower is the hydrangea. The big, fluffy blooms just make me smile! And my hydrangea bush just got a bloom on it last week!

  • 100
    Kelly says:

    I love roses. We started with rose bushes years ago and I just love adding new varieties. Thanks for a wonderful reveal.

  • 101
    mLaehn says:

    Goodness, that’s a hard one. Here is my favorite(s). If I’m to purchase flowers; I love daisies, because they are simple & spring-like. If I’m to recieve flowers; I love roses, especially yellow.

  • 102
    Marsha says:

    My one favorite flower? Arghhh … impossible to say out loud without hurting a gardenful of others. But, I do love gerbera daisies in every color imaginable! They’re simple, colorful and unassuming … kinda like me!

  • 103
    Ellie A. says:

    Calla Lily , It was my Wedding flower. Thanks for the chance.

  • 104
    BeverlyBL says:

    I love a good smelling rose. For cuteness, I like Gerbera daisies.

  • 105
    Bonnie Ditto says:

    My favorite is the lily. The fragrance is spectacular. So many varieties!

  • 106
    Paula I says:

    That’s a tough one, so many choices. I think I’d have to pick Lillies. I love all the colors and varieties these flower have to offer. They can stand on their own or mix well with others for beautiful plantings and bouquets. Most are pretty fragrant, which is always a plus.

  • 107
    Mary Beth S says:

    Lilacs, because I can so vividly remember their smell whenever I think of them. Especially the lilacs at my Grandparent’s house.

  • 108
    Marjorie Henseler says:

    Daffodils. They bloom early in the spring so they are a beautiful spot of color after winter’s grays and whites. They are happy flowers and make me smile.

  • 109
    Chris K says:

    Mums! They were my mothers favorite and seeing them always make me think of her.

  • 110
    GiddyGardener in Jackson, TN says:

    I love daffolils because the are one of the first flowers to bloom in the spring. I also love their cousins, the paperwhite narcissus that can be “forced” to bloom in the winter. Says Christmas to me.

  • 111
    Lisa G. says:

    My fav flower is the daisy, they are such a happy flower. I also like the violet, I have a couple plants in my house and I love the fact that they bloom all year round.

  • 112
    Candy says:

    I love to see violets popping up in late winter because it means soon it will be spring. Violets are so pretty!

  • 113
    Tricia H says:

    My favorites are blue hydrangea. I just love the cheery, spring blue flowers! They’ll always remind me of my wedding.

  • 114
    Kristi Lewis says:

    That is so hard to narrow down. I Love roses-my wedding bouquet. I love daisies-so bright and cheery. I also love lilacs-they smell incredible. My dad has been a landscaper for over 35 years so growing up in a greenhouse in your backyard, you get spoiled with the beauty staring you in the face. Nothing like a bouquet to brighten up your day

  • 115
    Linda W says:

    Definitely the daisy. Always have, always will. It’s just so sweet and simple, fresh and fun. They can stand alone or go with anything. And I’ve actually been able to grow them. Love being able to cut them and use them all through the house.

  • 116
    Barbara says:

    My favorite flower is the monkshood. My great-grandmother planted monkshood years ago, and the heirloom variety comes back every year for decades now. The beautiful purple/blue color is so saturated…after all these years. Memories of Gran and our shared love of gardening are revived every time I see one of these gorgeous flowers…

  • 117
    mrsci says:

    Tulips because they signify spring when all things are new again.

  • 118
    Ally V. says:

    My favorite flower is the lily. They’re just so delicate and pretty. Any colour, any variety….love them all!

  • 119
    Karen Smith says:

    It’s hard to pick just one: lilacs are blooming and smell so divine… peonies are magnificent… but I think the flower I enjoy most every year is hydrangea – they are so bright and gorgeous and last such a long time.

  • 120
    Maria M says:

    My fave is the daisy because it always brings a smile on my face. I think it reminds me hat someone out there loves me. It is one the first memories when I was a little girl who just came of age and started liking boys, you would take a daisy and start pulling each petal out to say….he loves me….he loves me not…etc.

  • 121
    Kathy Grimsdale says:

    My favorite flower is a toss up between pansies, and morning glories. The pansy because of it’s significance in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. It is the juice of the pansy that makes everyone fall in love with the first person they see when they wake up, and this is one of my favorite Shakespeare plays. The morning glory is my favorite because every year when I am in Stratford for the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, they have morning glories planted and in full bloom around the Festival and the Studio theatre.

  • 122
    Diane Jaquay says:

    My favorite flower has always been the daffodil. It’s the first sign of Spring, and new life, and I always look forward to seeing them bloom, for me it means the end of the long, cold winter. I think that I love them too because yellow is my favorite color 🙂

  • 123
    Rita says:

    I love violets. They remind me of home. My mom had many potted plants around our house, but the violets were somehow special.

  • 124

    I have two favorites… the sunflower & the lilac. I just love sunflowers and they way they look. I love lilacs because they remind me of my childhood and my grandmother. I can’t see or smell one and not think of her.

  • 125
    Gina E says:

    Hyacinths. I love them for both their intense color and fragrance. Nothing says “spring” to me like hyacinths!! My other favorite flower is the sterling rose – it’s a lavender rose. We used it in our wedding and my husband sent me a dozen of them the day after our first child was born.

  • 126
    Debbie says:

    Orchids…so beautiful, so fragrant, so exotic…love em!

  • 127
    Kay Tillman says:

    My favorite flower is Orchid’s. They are so delicate and I especially love all the color selections you have with Orchid’s.

  • 128
    Dana W says:

    My favorite flower is Salvia. There is just something about the variety of shapes, but they are essentially all the same. And i love growing different variety!

  • 129
    Andrea says:

    I have several favorites – lilacs for the amazing color and smell, sunflowers and daisies for their simple beauty. Thanks so much for the chance to win!! I love this time of the month!!!

  • 130
    Karen B says:

    Picking a favorite flower is like picking a favorite child, I just don’t think I can do it! I love so many flowers, but I am rather fond of wildflowers. It seems so wonderful that they bloom and beautify our world without any help from us!

  • 131
    Kim Swenson says:

    Liliac’s, Gladiola’s and Iris’s. They remind me of my Great Grandmother’s beautiful flower gardens as a child.

  • 132
    Lin says:

    My favorite flower is lilacs. It brings me back to my childhood. There were a whole line of them planted along the long driveway to our home, and I can remember coming home from the bus stop and smelling them all the way along. Also, they always bloom around Mother’s Day, and so I associate them with my Mom and her Mom. To this day, she still puts lilacs on her family’s graves on Mother’s Day. We have only 1 lilac at our home, but it increases every year, and I have a jug of them sitting here on my desk as I write.

  • 133
    Becky Carafa says:

    My favorite fun flowers are gerbera daisies, either bright pink or orange ones! My favorite elegant flower is the calla lily. So beautiful, had them at my wedding!

  • 134
    Karen says:

    I love Shasta daisies. They bloom for weeks in my garden, and are such a bright, cheerful flower. A bouquet of them on my kitchen table always brightens my day!

  • 135
    Beth says:

    My favorite flower is the Daisy. It’s light and pretty and was my mother’s favorite. So, it has many fond memories for me.

  • 136
    Hayley says:

    My favorite flower is definitely the stargazer lily! The colors are so brilliant and the smell is lovely!

  • 137
    Kerry A says:

    The Calla Lilly is one of my favorite flowers…my wedding was filled with them and so they always remind me of that special day.

  • 138
    jeni b. says:

    Tulips. They are a symbol of spring and new beginnings and U just love having a bunch of them in a vase on our kitchen table to brighten up the house.

  • 139
    jen shears says:

    I’m torn between tulips (my fave flower & what my husband calls me) and sweet peas- they are heavenly & the nickname for our daughter!! 😀

  • 140
    Amy G says:

    The dogwood is my favorite. It is our state flower here in NC. I love it because it is a sure sign that spring is here when I see the dogwoods bloom.

  • 141
    Melissa Sibert says:

    My favorite flowers are tulips. I love them in all colors. They are a herald of Spring and newness of life after Winter’s cold and gray. They are delicate but bold and sturdy as well. I just love them.

  • 142
    Cassandra says:

    It would have to be Freesias – they were the centrepiece of my wedding bouquet and their scent brings back memories of a perfect day.

  • 143
    Kristy says:

    My favorite flowers are peace roses. My Mom grows them in her garden and they will always remind me of her.

  • 144

    I love them all, but blue irises are at the top of the list. Then come hydrangeas, tulips, roses…

  • 145
    Frontierwoman says:

    Blue Delphiniums made up the bulk of my wedding bouquet and I immediately fell in love–since they they have been a particular favorite of mine and I use them whenever I find them.

  • 146
    Cyndie says:

    Hydrangeas! Don’t know why, they just call to me! Even though I can’t seem to grow them.

  • 147
    Kiera says:

    Calla lillies. So unassuming and lovely and subdued. I carried them in my wedding and love them still.

  • 148
    Polly says:

    I love lily of the valley…it’s got such a unique shape and the smell is heavenly! It’ll always remind me of my back yard growing up.

  • 149
    Nita says:

    Calla Lilies are my favorite. I love the simple elegance of them. They were the flowers I used in my wedding and they always remind me of that day.

  • 150
    Christine says:

    I have always loved daffodils. The bright yellow color reminds me of sunshine and they always promise that Spring is on the way! Thanks for a great release and the chance to win!

  • 151
    Jill A. says:

    When I see Gladiolus I think of my grandmother see loved her flower garden I remember the tall flowers that grew in the back of her garden. I have a picture of us in her flowers and will treasure it always…

  • 152
    Ted says:

    I would have to say jasmine. I love the smell of it…it’s intoxicating. 🙂 Next would be lavender for the same reason. 🙂

  • 153
    Euna Sahng says:

    Calla lilies have always been my favourite. I love their unique looks, but more than anything, it’s the combination of simplicity and elegance that catch my breath each time.

  • 154
    Michelle Daigle says:

    Tiger Lily’s…They were my mom’s favorite flower and I have some funny memories of my mom picking wild ones from the side of the road during the summer up north here in Michigan.

  • 155
    Heidi S says:

    My favorite flower is the daisy. I love them! They are so happy and work well with all the other flowers. Thanks for a chance to win!

  • 156
    Jennifer T says:

    I love Peonies. They’re so gorgeous & elegant.

  • 157

    Roses are my favorite! They come in so many colors and varieties and smell amazing. We’ve had roses in our front garden my whole life so there’s also a sentimental level there. Someday, I’d love my own traditional English garden full of roses. *sigh* Someday!

  • 158
    Rochelle washington says:

    My favorite flower is the carnation. It is so versatile, beautiful and unique. They are affordable, lovely and that is why I had them in my wedding five years ago next month. They literally made my day!

  • 159
    Judy S says:

    My favorite flower … tulips, any color! Don’t really know why …. they are just so beautiful when you see a whole garden of them!

  • 160
    Paula Laird says:

    I don’t really have a favorite flower. I love roses, though. They seem to mark all special occasions. I carried roses in my wedding, my grandparents caskets were draped with roses, I got roses on opening nights when I did community theater, and roses when my sons were born. Plus, I love to surprise my husband with roses every now and again. 🙂

  • 161

    My favorite flower is cala lilies because they are so graceful and elegant looking. A close second are zinnias because I like their bright bold colors.

  • 162
    Shay says:

    My favorite flowers are hydrangeas because they are big, bold, beautiful and come in so many glorious colors. Thank you for the chance to win.

  • 163
    GinnaG says:

    My favorite flower are sweet peas, followed closely by a Iris and maybe tulips. My husband laughed and said that it was whole wheat….HA HA!

  • 164
    Darla says:

    My favorite flower would have to be a tie between tulips and lilacs. Lilacs are my favorite color and scent and tulips with their many colors just make me happy!

  • 165
    Marcia Truslow says:

    Tulips. Such a lovely range of colors popping up in early springtime to brighten our landscapes and our moods after the grey of winter.

  • 166
    Sue D says:

    I had daisies at my wedding–they make me smile so they are my favorite flower.

  • 167
    Josiane says:

    My favorite flower is the lily of the valley. It’s so delicate, fresh, and lovely. I wasn’t going to buy any of the Year of the Flowers sets from last year until I saw the beautiful projects using it. Now I own 10 of the 12 original sets and will get the last 2 and the mini version eventually.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  • 168
    Kristy says:

    My favorite is the daffodil! So pretty and exciting to see them in the spring!

  • 169
    Kathy Hering says:

    Lilies are my favorite flowers. I think they are so pretty. Had them for our wedding. Thanks for the chance!

  • 170
    mary e says:

    I love zinneas!!! They’re so colorful and fun !!!

  • 171
    Rebecca D says:

    Peonies. I love all flowers and have many favorites; foxglove, delphinium, roses, sweet peas, etc. but peonies just make me melt.

  • 172

    My husband always tells me that I’m a cheap date because my favorite flower is the carnation. He said he always got off easy on Valentine’s day because I did not want roses…..lol I’m not sure why I love them so much, maybe all of the tiny little petals. Whatever the reason, they are my absolute favorite!

  • 173
    Diana says:

    I love a daisy. Can be wild, needs little attention and seems to smile with brightness. Thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  • 174
    Jeannine says:

    lilacs are my favorite because i was born during lilac time & i’m named after an old song. “jeannine i dream of lilac time.” i have a lilac bush in my backyard from my great-grandparents house. it always got a lot of leaves but never bloomed until the year i had a stroke. i think it was a sign my great-grandparents were watching over me.
    thanks.

  • 175

    Hydrangeas! There is just something about a purplish pink ball of flowers that makes me happy!

  • 176
    Mila Ayers says:

    My favorite flower is Mexican Heather. It is beautiful, I used it in my wedding, and I love the color!.

  • 177
    Ericka says:

    lilac….they smell so lovely and the fact that they only last for a short time makes them that much more special.

  • 178
    Sue in Grapevine says:

    It’s a tie between lilacs & lily-of-the-valley – they both remind me of my Michigan childhood & then of the years we lived in France. Neither will grow in Texas; they would fry!

  • 179
    KariLynn says:

    My favourite flower since I was a young child is sweet peas. I love all the colours, how delicate they look and the smell of them. They remind me of visiting my Nana when I was a small child as she would let me cut some down and take them home.

  • 180
    Wendy H says:

    My favorite flower is the poppy because it’s bold and colorful. I love having pops of color to inspire me :).

  • 181
    Teresa Brada says:

    I don’t think that there is a flower that I don’t like! But one of my favorites is hydrangea. They just remind me of my grandmother’s garden.I love to add aluminum sulfate to turn them that beautiful shade of blue.

  • 182
    DiAnn says:

    I really love all flowers but I love the summer Zinna’s. They are so colorful and last so long when you cut them. I love all the stamps and dies. Thanks for another great month

  • 183
    Priscilla from California says:

    Boy, that’s a tough one. I loved the year of flowers but I guess if I had to choose just one, it would be Gladiolus.

  • 184
    Allyson Blanchette says:

    My favorite flower is a tulip. When I was little I always dreamed of getting married in a field of tulips. I didn’t end up getting married in the field, but my husband always gets me tulips, even for the just because days… which of course are the best.

  • 185
    Christine says:

    I love daffodils the best. The bright yellow color reminds me of sunshine and when they blooms, Spring is near. Thanks for the chance to win

  • 186
    Kelli says:

    I love love love gerbera daisies! They are so bright and colorful…and whimsical! Such a happy flower!

  • 187
    Anna says:

    I love the rose. The sent of the flower is so soft as well as the petals.

  • 188
    Viki says:

    Any type of flower I enjoy! As always I look forward to seeing the new release. It would be a great birthday gift to win this month. Thanks for the chance.

  • 189

    This is a really hard question because as an avid gardener, there are so many flowers to love. However, since I need to choose one, it would be the peony. After the long winters here in the North, peonies are a sign of the truly warm weather. Just thinking of them, I can smell the fresh and warm morning air that accompanies them. It’s a shame the Southern gardeners really can’t grow these beauties. The flowers are huge, trouble-free and pest-free (aside from the ants that love the nectar.) Can’t wait for mine to bloom….I have buds now, still a little chilly here!

  • 190
    Rochelle says:

    My favorite flower is the black eyed susan. It was the first flower I purchased for my very first garden. I now have 12 gardens with tons of black eyed susans, which I am constantly splitting and giving to all my neighbors and friends. I love all the flowers stamps this release!

  • 191
    scrapthat/dolly says:

    Ooo that’s a tough call! My Aunt, My Grandmother, my Mother and my Sister were all florists…but my fave is a pink rose so I’ll say roses I love how each color has a meaning to it!

  • 192
    Amy says:

    African daisies. Love the purple!!!

  • 193
    Kathy V. says:

    My favorite flower is the Daylily. I have a bunch of them, they come in so many different colors and sizes. And they are so east to grow. I just love them.

  • 194
    Chris says:

    Violets are my favorite, I love their simple beauty!

  • 195
    Sally K says:

    My favorite are irises. My mom has always had them growing in her yard and they just make me think of her.

  • 196
    Laura says:

    I really love tulips they are just beautiful in a clear vase with all the green around them. I also like two toned mini carnations because they last so long, a good 3 weeks!

  • 197
    Stephanie W. says:

    I love hydrangeas. Purple and green especially – my favorite color combo. I can’t grow them for the life of me though, we don’t have the right exposure for it – someday I’ll own a house that can accommodate them though =)

  • 198
    Diane says:

    My favorite flower is lily of the valley. They are very delicate and small, but have such a vibrant scent. Love them…I had them in my wedding bouquet.

  • 199
    Cindy says:

    A tulip. I love their simplicity when alone but also their beauty when a field is full of them!

  • 200
    Kristy says:

    My absolute favorite flower is the Gerbera Daisy. There is something so cheerful about them and they come in the most amazing colors.

  • 201
    Karen Ramsey says:

    I just love lilacs. Their perfume is heavenly and right now my whole yard smells just wonderful from my gorgeous lavender beauties!!

  • 202
    Alyssa Clawson says:

    Hydrangeas are my favorite. The flowers clump together to form beautiful colonies of blooms with color variations that are stunningly beautiful!

  • 203
    Luanne Ford says:

    I have a lot of favorites! I guess I’d say Tulips. My grandparents came from Holland, and I can remember going to the Tulip Festival in Michigan with them when I was little. Plus, they are the first sign of Spring!

  • 204
    Maggie Wickersham says:

    My favorite flower is the rose. My father would give them to me on Valentine’s day because I am named after his mother. Margaret Rose. SO the rose would be my namesake I think.

  • 205
    Cathy Weber says:

    My favorite flower is a gardenia. I love the beautiful scent. Can’t seem to keep one alive, though!

  • 206
    Myrna H. says:

    I love Peace Roses, tulips, daisies, iris, clematis, pansies, petunias and most everything that blooms. But, if I have to pick just one, my favorite flower is the sunflower. I just love the variety and the way the bloom everywhere, even on the roadside – they are full of beauty and determination – qualities I try to mimic!

  • 207
    Helen says:

    Oooh, that’s a tough one since I love so many, but I’d have to say my favorite flower is the daisy. It’s such a happy flower! We grow lots of them in our garden.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win and so many amazing projects this month!
    Helen

  • 208
    MJ (good_day1214) says:

    I love it when my hubby buys me roses. He doesn’t buy it too often nor do I ask him to because I have a tendency to kill all plants. When he does, I know it’s because of a special occasion or he’s in really big trouble.

  • 209
    Donna Simpson says:

    I love geraniums. The red ones are so pretty. My mom has always planted them. I think of her when ever I see them.

  • 210
    Vickie Johnson says:

    My faviorite flower is the iris. It is associated with the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. It should come as no surprise that the iris’s three upright petals symbolize faith, valor and wisdom. They are also symbolize valued friendship, hope, my compliments and passion. All in all it is my very favorite flower.

  • 211
    Eva says:

    I absolutely adore Gebera Daisies. They are sun colorful, bright and cheery. To me they are just smiling at me when I look at them 🙂

  • 212
    Nancy Ludwick says:

    My favorite flowers are lilacs–my first year teaching two girls brought me many bouquets of lilacs. I’m not sure there was a lilac left between their house and the school. My classroom smelled wonderful!

  • 213
    Kristie H says:

    I love lilacs! Their smell is heavenly and always reminds me of wonderful times at my grandmother’s house where she had a whole bunch of them. But my second favorite would be peonies, not that you were asking but can’t be limited to just one!

  • 214
    veronica says:

    oh, too many to pick from!!!
    as a teen, i would have said orange tiger lilies, because i kept trying to paint them, and they were elusive to me.
    early 20’s, i would have said tulips, first thing i planted at my first house.
    mid 20’s, gerbera daisy, they are such happy flowers, they make me smile.
    early 30’s, hydranga, gorgeous color, again elusive as a painting.
    at 36, peony, those lovely layers.
    and now, at 40(ugh!) always a favorite, the Iris. i have painted it, and am happy with it, and still wish to paint it.

  • 215
    Erin K Miller says:

    Yellow roses, they were my mama’s favorite, so they’re really nostalgic to me. 🙂

  • 216
    Laura Boyd says:

    Snapdragons are my favorite. They remind me of my Nana (grandmother). When I was young she used to make them “talk”. I think of her everytime I see them.

  • 217
    Emily W. says:

    My favorite flower is the iris. We used to have this random patch that grew far, far out in our backyard. There was just something kind of magical about them to me when I was little, since they seemed like such an exotic “wildflower” (until I learned that they grow from bulbs, so someone had to have planted them!)

  • 218
    Amanda Mason says:

    One of my favorites is the Hibiscus. My Mom, along with my aunts, have many that were once my Nanny’s. I always think of family when I see one. Plus they’re gorgeous in their array of colors.

  • 219
    lainey says:

    That’s a hard question! I love roses, any color, but white and red are my favorites. Now that it’s Spring, I love seeing wave petunias in my hanging baskets.

  • 220
    Lisa Stenz says:

    Daisies are my favorite flower. Remember in the movie “You’ve Got Mail” when Meg Ryan says, “Daisies are such happy flowers…?” I agree! *Ü*

  • 221

    My favorite flower is lilacs, but I’m really enjoying my hibiscus and Texas Star also. Honeysuckle smells devine and I’ve always loved redbuds and dogwoods side by side. Wisteria reminds me of lilacs, so I love it also.

  • 222
    Judy Carter says:

    I have always loved daisies. Everytime I see them they give me a happy feeling.

  • 223
    Meagan says:

    Roses hold a special place in my heart because my husband brought me a single rose on our first date with the cutest little teddy bear wrapped around it. I was smittten from then on : )

  • 224
    Janelle says:

    I love daffodils. They remind me of a perfect spring day after a long winter… and they make me happy. 🙂

  • 225
    Jennifer says:

    Definately sunflowers. They always remind me that the sun feeds our soul. Love them.

  • 226
    Lisa Kiessel says:

    I love hollyhocks. They remind me of spending time with my Grammy and making hollyhock dolls. I miss her but put my own hollyhocks in when we moved to WI 2 years ago. I think of her every time I see them.

  • 227
    Cheri says:

    I love, love, love lilacs!
    I cannot get enough of them. Someone already said this – but it reminds me of my grandmother’s garden.
    I wish they lasted longer – they go by too quickly.

  • 228
    Jeanne says:

    My favorite flower is a hydrangea; they were on the tables at our wedding and in the bridesmaids’ bouquets so they remind me of that happy day!

  • 229
    caroline says:

    My favorite is the Iceland Poppy. It just reminds me of spring–lots of happy color combinations with these. Love it when they blow gently in the wind.

  • 230
    Ann says:

    When my son passed away, the florist made him the most beautiful casket arrangement of Bergera Daisies in bronzes and golds. While flowers tend to be feminine, this arrangment was so beautiful and masculine looking. Bergera daisies will now always be mmy favoiite.

  • 231
    Carol B says:

    Daisies, of course! They are fragile yet sturdy, delicate and dainty, happy, cheerful and downright beautiful!

  • 232
    Jen R says:

    I just love dahlias…they have so many gorgeous layers!

  • 233
    Sue Kment says:

    Definitely the lily…I love the sweet smell and it always reminds me of Hawaii!

  • 234
    Dawn says:

    I love the Berber daisies I just love all the bright colors.

  • 235
    JenMarie says:

    I love tulips! They were my wedding flower!

  • 236
    Deborah Wilson says:

    My favorite flower is the pansy. It just makes me happy!! My next favorite is the hyacinth. It lets me know spring is almost here.

  • 237
    Pam Young says:

    My favorite flower is tulips. The appearnce of them, gives way to Spring and hope for renewal!!

  • 238
    Katie Skiff says:

    Mine is daisies… I’ve always loved them. So sweet and simple. Also love the smell of lilacs, but they do not last long enough!!

  • 239
    sara m says:

    Lily of the Valley! They are such a pretty little flower, I just love to see them grow each year.

  • 240
    Linda Wendeborn says:

    OOh, this is a hard question. If I had to pick one it would be Ranunculus. I love all the smooth layers of petals, and deep down I think they remind me of my Grandma’s house when I was little. 🙂

  • 241
    C Burke says:

    I like lily of the valley best. They are delicate and strong as well as enduring. They spread and produce such gorgeous flowers every year without fail.

  • 242
    Aparna says:

    Calla Lilies–I saw a photo of one when I was in college and I’ve been smitten ever since. They were then a part of my growing up, my engagement, and soon will be in my wedding–and they are always in the house in some way 🙂

  • 243
    Susan Bennett says:

    I love so many flowers, but probably one of my favorites is the peony because both my grandmothers always had beautiful pink peony bushes in their gardens. Very special memories.

  • 244
    arlyn says:

    It is definitely the ROSE: sweet-smelling, regal, magestic, sturdy, some hard to grow and some grows easily, delicate yet beware of the thorns…such an old flower, proven to inspire and affect anyone. I just love all kinds of roses!!! If I could change into a flower…definitely, a Rose!!!

  • 245
    Val Hilchey says:

    My favorite flower is the heliotrope. I had gardened for many years before being acquainted with them. If you are not familiar with them, they are either purple or cream colored with deeply veined dark green leaves and sooo pretty. But they have an added feature of having a wonderful vanilla scent. Love them and can’t wait to plant them again!

  • 246
    Teddra says:

    My favorite flower is a Tulip. The bright colors just make me happy!

  • 247

    My favorite flower is hands down the Gerbera Daisy. The only reasons i can think of is because they are simple, symmetric and come in beautiful colors. I even had them in my wedding bouquet.

  • 248
    Amanda E says:

    My favorite flower is a daisy. I feel like they are so happy and cheerful and I love that you can get them in almost any color these days. So much fun!

  • 249
    Melissa Flieg says:

    My favorite flower is the pansy. They are very pretty and can be planted so early (late winter or early spring her in VA) and then they can be planted again in the fall and will last until we get a good freeze late in fall. Love all the beautiful colors especially the purples and yellows.

  • 250
    Tracy Ross says:

    My favorite flower would be white daisies. I love them! I think that I love them because they remind me of my childhood in the summer.

  • 251
    Chris Simon says:

    I love daylilies, because they come in hundreds of different varieties, and because even the worst gardener – like me – can grow them.

  • 252

    I love tulips. They make me smile and are my absolute favorite and my hubby is very good about making sure I have my favorites on hand (when in season). Love this release!

  • 253
    Sherry says:

    Easy question, roses for sure! When DH and I were dating he brought me a rose every day. It was so sweet and romantic!

  • 254
    Kathy H says:

    My favorite flower is a gardenia-one because they smell so sweet and wonderful and two, because they remind me of grandmother. She had several gardenia bushes and would pick off several flowers, bring them in and float them in a bowl of water and the whole house would smell heavenly! My grandmother taught me how to sew, knit, crochet,make dolls,embroider, cross stitch, cook and drink coffee! LOL!I know that she is the reason I love paper crafting today.

  • 255
    PeggyF(lefsegirl) says:

    TULIPS! ~ I love that they come in so many colors. Also, seeing tulips means that the cold winter months are finally over, and the renewal of Spring has begun.

  • 256
    Carol M says:

    tulips…simple elegance.

  • 257
    CarolLynn says:

    Morning Glories are my favorite. I love the colors and most of all I enjoy seeing the new blooms in the morning. I also like how they climb.

  • 258

    My favorite is a sunflower because when I was growing up, my room was decorated all over in sunflowers 🙂 I think a field of sunflowers next to a red barn and a blue sky is one of the most beautiful things.

  • 259
    Barb G says:

    I love daisies. They were in the bouquets at our wedding. I like them in the garden but I really love it when they come up wild in the yard & the fields.

  • 260
    Stephanie says:

    I love the bright gerber daisies or tulips. Right now however, my favorite flowers happen to be dandelions because my son has been picking me flowers in the backyard. Those are the best kind.

  • 261
    Krista says:

    I love pretty much every flower. But the simple beauty of a pure white tulip always brings a smile to my face.

  • 262
    Carmen M. says:

    Tulips!!! I grew up in Central America, where tulips don’t grow… I had only seen them in pictures until I was an adult and moved to the States.

  • 263
    Diane S. says:

    My favorite flowers are lady slippers-they grow wild in my woods in the spring and they come back year after year-forever faithful flowers.

  • 264
    Suzanne says:

    Can’t think of a happier looking bloom than a gerbera daisy. Love them in any colour!

  • 265
    Kendra says:

    My favorite is the peony even though it only lasts in my yard a couple weeks! We have bright pink peonies on our yard and they’re so fun an cheery, they really just light up my week! I can’t help but feel happy when I see them!

  • 266
    Jo Ann Mooney says:

    My favorite flower is a sunflower, particularly the burgundy variety. They are so beautiful.

  • 267
    Roula says:

    My favorite flower is the daisy ever since I was a child. It is connected with so many childhood moments and its smell always brings back the sweet embrace of my grandmother…

  • 268
    Rhonda H says:

    I love day lilies. They always make me think of my Grandmother.

  • 269
    BethieJ says:

    TULIPS!! They are just so PRETTY! Every year we go to the Tulip Festival for a FUN afternoon of flowers, and family memories! (and LOTS of photos taken by me! LOL!)
    Another FABULOUS release PTI team!! 🙂

  • 270
    Anne G says:

    I love hydrangeas. The different shades of colors in just one flower are beautiful.

  • 271
    patty says:

    I love Lily of the Valley flowers; they are so pretty and always cheer me up when I am down.

  • 272
    Chrissie T. says:

    Pansies are my favorite. They are just so, so pretty. I just wish I had a green thumb so I could grow them!

  • 273
    Kris D. says:

    I have to say peonies. I LOVE the way they smell and they remind me of my Grandma’s house–she had tons of them. I only have one but I wait all year to see them pop.

  • 274
    Lorus says:

    I’ve always loved Snapdragons! They come is so many colors and are a host plant for Buckeye Butterfly larvae. In my area they bloom twice a year, so I can let the larvae eat them, hatch out butterflies and still have another season of bloom!

  • 275
    Lynne Phelps says:

    Stargazer Lily!!!! I love them because they are so spectacular, absolutely stunning! A real showstopper of a flower!

  • 276
    Sarah M. says:

    I love daisies because they’re so pretty, simple, and easy to grow, and they come in so many great colors.

  • 277
    Tanya says:

    My favorite flower is a rose because when I forst met my husband he would send me flowers for just because all the time. I loved seeing them show up and it always made me smile 🙂

  • 278
    Karen H. says:

    Snapdragons. I have no idea why I started to like them, but the fact that my mom planted them every year because I once said I did is why they hold a special place in my heart.

  • 279
    Shannon Baker says:

    My favorite flower is the carnation. The carnation’s scent never fails to make me smile. And they are a hardy, long lasting flower too. Unlike most flowers, the carnation has a unique ability to absorb die through its stem and hold the beautiful color in its petals. So with a white carnation, you can match any room’s decor with a lovely floral arrangement that delights all your senses!

  • 280
    margotgn says:

    My favorite flower seems to change with my mood and the season. I love the little dutchman’s britches and the bluebells on my mother’s farm and the memories I have of picking armfuls of them when I was a child. I love lilies-of-the-valley and violets. Gerber daisies always look so cheerful. Lilacs smell heavenly outside my kitchen window. I could go on and on and on!

  • 281
    MelTallman says:

    There is something about tulips that make me stop what I’m doing and admire them. They are happy yet at the same time elegant and regal. Reason why I had to get the Spring jars.

  • 282

    My favorite flower is the daisy because of its white color and its simplicity!

  • 283
    glorie says:

    Love peonies … all the colors and layers are so pretty 🙂

  • 284
    Heather DG says:

    Oooh, that is a tough one there are so many good ones. I guess I’d have to say garden roses are my fave. I love the way they smell and watching them change colors from the time they start as sweet buds until the blossom fades is amazing to me. Add to that they generally bloom all summer long and it’s love for me.
    Thanks for all the awesome sneaks and inspiration the last few days!!!

  • 285

    Lily of the valley is my fave. I love the smell and it reminds me of when we moved into our first home.

  • 286

    I love the daisy. Its beauty is in its simplicity.

  • 287
    Francie says:

    My favorite is the violet. They’re so small and vibrant — I love the combination of the dark purple flower amidst the pretty green leaves. I wish they could bloom all summer.

  • 288
    Toni says:

    I love tulips. They are so pretty when they bloom in the spring. They are simple but elegant. Thank you.

  • 289
    Jill says:

    My favorite flower is the rose. I know that’s a popular choice, but you just can’t beat its combination of beauty and fragrance!

  • 290
    Peggy says:

    My favorite flower is the Gardenia. It’s fragrance is wonderful! It also elicits memories of my childhood when I visited a neighbor down the street. She had a gardenia bush in the alcove by her front door. Many a day she would open her door to find me with my face in the bush! It was this neighbor that that through her kindness and patience started me down the path of crafting. Gardenias will always hold a special place in my heart!

  • 291
    Maddie says:

    My favorite flowers come from azalea bushes. My three legged miracle dog used to lay under the bright crimson flowers every year since he was a baby. We have a bush planted over his ashes. =) Sweetest dog you would ever meet.

  • 292
    Cyndy Godin says:

    I have many favorites but one I’ve come to really love is Bee Balm, Monarda. Lovely fragrance!

  • 293
    Meghan says:

    I love Calla Lilies. I love the shape, the colour…everything!

  • 294
    1LuvnMama says:

    The cherry blossom! 🙂 It blooms and then fades . . . it’s a very delicate flower and the beauty of the cherry blossom captivates me! Thanks for a great release!

  • 295
    leanne s says:

    My favorite flower is the tulip. It’s so pretty and simple and can be lots of different colors. My husbnad brings them home often!

  • 296
    Deanna says:

    I cannot keep a plastic plant a live or grass green outside, but I do love fresh flowers… orange tulips and white anatasias!

    I can almost smell them, wait I can… I have orange tulips on my dining room table! 🙂

  • 297

    I’ve never really been a flowery girl, but for some reason tulips speak to me. I think it’s because of the variety of colors…and they aren’t over-fragrant. They also are a sign of spring. I just love it when the green starts to sprout. Even in crazy long-winter weather, seeing the first signs of tulips makes me smile in anticipation of sweet spring.

  • 298
    Kris says:

    I just love yellow roses! For my wedding reception, we decorated with yellow roses and lots of green ferns, and it was so beautiful. It was just perfect for a wedding in the month of May.

  • 299
    D Golly says:

    I love lilacs because of their colors and their fragrance

  • 300
    Alisa says:

    I so love all the stamp sets this month, you all amaze me every month. My favorite flower is the lilac because it reminds me of my grandmother’s house. She had rows of lilacs in her yard and the smell always reminded of spring and the coming of summer…now it reminds me of her and all the good memories we had together.

  • 301
    Jean says:

    It has to be a tie between lilacs and tulips. Lilacs because of their heavenly scent, and tulips because of simple beauty.

  • 302
    Lori Y says:

    My favorite flower is the rose. Growing up, my mother had the most magnificent rose garden around and we always had fresh cut roses in the house. They are so pretty, have gorgeous color, and smell great!

  • 303
    Lisa says:

    To add brightness to any day….white daisies with yellow centers (the minis…I think they are called Shasta daisies)! And, to honor the memory of my late Dad, forget-me-nots!

  • 304
    Mariana says:

    I love daisies! Just simple, cheery, happy!

  • 305
    Linda w says:

    My favorite flower would have to be daisies. I love all of the different varieties and colors. I love coloring these flowers also. My second best would have to be all of the other flowers that exist.

    stamping on…

  • 306
    Sandy says:

    I love daisies . . . simple yet fun!

  • 307
    Liz R says:

    My favorite flower would have to be the rose, especially if it’s perfumed! Whenever we’ve had a major event in our lives, like our engagement, then later our wedding, and then the birth of our children, I would purchase a special rose to signify the event. Now when I look at these gorgeous blooms, they remind me of each of those special times.

  • 308
    Jen Carter says:

    I live in Kansas and I have a love for sunflowers, I even had them in my wedding! They are so beautiful in the fields and they always face toward the sun. That is also a life goal! I want to always face toward the Son.

  • 309
    laura j says:

    Roses are my favorite flower as not only are they beautiful and fragrant in a garden but they also have been a part of so many milestones and memories in my life in the form of corsages, the scattering of individual petals and small & large bouquets!

  • 310
    Marty B. says:

    It would have to be the Gerber Daisy. Its a bright, cheerful flower. I love them in a bouquet & they look great alone.

  • 311
    Erin t says:

    Dogwoods because they remind me of my wedding, spring in nth mom’s yard, love to relive the day ever spring.

  • 312
    cindi says:

    Lilacs! They remmind me of my little French grandma. She had a beautiful lilac bush in her front garden and so everytime I smell lilacs, they remminds me of her!

  • 313
    Chong McAfee says:

    Calla Lily for their simple but graceful lines.

  • 314
    NHerr says:

    Favorite flower? The Bearded Iris for it’s grand blooms and amazing color variety.

  • 315
    Jessica reyes says:

    My favorite flower is the cala lily because I think it is such a simple yet elegant with classy lines. And you dont need too much of them for a beautiful bouquet. Thanks for the chance!

  • 316
    CrazyCurl says:

    My favorite flower is the Leonidas rose. It is what I had in my wedding bouquet. It is a bi-color rose with a creamy yellow center and rosy brown edges – so beautiful!

  • 317
    Anna Adamiak says:

    Poppy! Which is why I am SO glad the anniversary set has an image with them. Why? Because they are so vibrant and the petals so delicate. I love that they grow in the wild. But there are so many others; cherry blossoms, ranunculus, poenies, hydrangeas… I would love if PTI came out with images for these gorgeous blooms (hint hint) 😉

  • 318
    Cindy S. says:

    Calla lilies. They were the first flowers dh bought for me when we were dating (didn’t want to do the traditional roses), and we also used them at our wedding. 🙂

  • 319
    Valerie S. says:

    My favorite flower is the rose. When I was a teenager, my boyfriend gave me a dozen roses in a mix of pastel colors. They were so beautiful and roses have been my favorite flower ever since.

  • 320
    Helen F. says:

    I love my Roses! My husband bought and planted several different varieties, colors and fragrances for my garden. It brings me such joy to cut them and bring them into my home.

  • 321
    Cindy says:

    My favorite is the columbine. There are so many varieties and they reseed all over my garden.

  • 322
    Ann Y says:

    Columbine. We used to see them hiking in the mountains as children, and now I grow them in my woodsy garden. They remind me of fairies and woodlands and childhood.

  • 323
    Bonnie Sharp says:

    My favorite flower is a violet. My grandma and then my mom, always had teacups filled with violets sitting on their window sills. I love them!

  • 324
    Shirley K says:

    I love the exotic look of orchids! They have an interesting scent.

  • 325
    Michele says:

    My favorite flower is the rose. It is beautiful, smells great, and comes in a variety of colors. I think I have almost every rose themed stamp set on the market!

  • 326
    Suzy Girl says:

    SUNFLOWERS! It’s like a tall drink of yellow lushness! There is nothing more beautiful to see than fields and fields of sunflowers blowing in the fall air. Awhhh.

  • 327
    Sofia says:

    The red roses as they are the flowers my sweet husband always brings me!!

  • 328
    Sandy Kay says:

    Hydrangeas – they are so beautiful and I love how their colors can vary!

  • 329
    Gwen says:

    Gardenias are the Grace Kelly of flowers and my favorite. Their scent is wonderful and beautiful and can make the imagination take flight. Like Grace Kelly, they are pure classic beauties. If you live in the right climate they can be common bushes. I bet Grace was quite in love with ordinary things too.

  • 330
    Krissie says:

    I love all orchid flowers; they last for a while and remind me of all the blessings in my life.

  • 331
    Tracy K says:

    I love all flowers; it’s hard to pick a favorite! Lilacs because they remind me of my grandmother, tulips just make me happy when I see a garden full of them, hydrangeas because they are so pretty in a vase on the dining room table.

  • 332
    Dee in N.H. says:

    Gosh, I just love all flowers. I love the different seasons for the flowers. Spring is marked by the tulips, crocus and daffodils. Such a pretty sight after a long New England winter. Then when the roses and daisy’s come out you know the lazy days of summer are here. So, for different reasons, I love them all!

  • 333
    Michelle A. says:

    I love peonies…the big full, frilly blooms are just so beautiful. I love how they are full of flaky layers.

  • 334

    I love Gardenias! When I was a little girl, my grandmother grew them in her kitchen window. She would make small corsages out of the newest blooms for my teacher. They smelled divine! As I grew older they became my favorite flower for prom corsages. When I smell them now, wonderful memories flood in.

  • 335
    Kristen Cohen says:

    I love carnations 🙂 Mostly because they are my birth flower – but also because they are so simple – and they last FOREVER!

  • 336
    Marlo F says:

    I love the stargazer lily. It smells fabulous and looks beautiful.

  • 337
    Ashley Bowen says:

    It is truly hard to pick on favorite flower, but I absolutely LOVE Sunflowers! They bring the greatest SMILE to my face and will brighten up anyones day! 🙂

    Have a beautiful day!
    Cheers!
    Ashley

  • 338
    Penny P. says:

    Tulips, one of the first signs that spring is finally here after a long cold winter! They’re so friendly and colorful!

  • 339
    sandygail says:

    the Gerber daisy is my favorite. It’s so bright and cheery-looking. Looks like a smile!

  • 340

    My favorite flower is the calla lily. My mom always had these in the yard growing up, and I love their unique look and clean lines. I chose calla lilies for my wedding and my mom did all the flower arrangements for it using the lilies from her yard. They are so special to me, I even have some of her lilies transplanted into my yard.

  • 341
    Erin says:

    My favorite flower is the tulip. I love the simplicity and elegance they evoke. For my wedding my bouquet was aubergine colored tulips. They were such a deep, dark purple.

  • 342
    Suzanne Russell says:

    This is an impossible question for me to answer, as I have posted several times this week, I can never get enough flowers (stamps) or in my garden. I love all perennials but I guess I could honestly say that daisies are my favorite. At least for tonight!!!

  • 343
    Kristii says:

    Peonies…I just love their giant frilly heads, so full of beauty they nearly faint from their own weight. Not only are they beautiful to gaze upon, their fragrance is absolutely divine!

  • 344
    Maryse N says:

    My favourite is Lily of the Valley. They are the cutest flowers because of their size and their shape. They also happen to be the best smelling flower. They make me happy!

  • 345
    Heather says:

    I love gerbera daisies! They are beautiful and colorful; just a little bit different.

  • 346
    Kelly says:

    i love lilacs. they are so fleeting but their fragrance just fills our garden when they are in bloom and i cannot get enough of their sweetness.

  • 347
    Nancy Wolff says:

    lilac, love the color, smell and simple beauty.

  • 348
    Sue McRae says:

    I love Gerbera Daisies! They are such a happy flower, I just can’t help smiling when I see one!

  • 349
    Amy says:

    lilies! i just love pink lilies…

  • 350
    annheidel says:

    Tulips are my favorite flower because I lived in Holland for three years when I was in high school. We went to see the Keukenhof Gardens every spring and I still remember the huge fields of tulips everywhere. There are so many incredible varieties!

  • 351
    Deanna Jean says:

    Wow…that’s a really hard one. There are so many beautiful flowers in this world. I’m going to have to go with Lilac. We have a huge one in our back yard and it smells so good. And purple is one of my favorite colors.

  • 352
    Sheena B says:

    It may be cliche but I love roses. My garden is filled with them. Lilies run a close second – I have hundreds of those in my garden as well.

  • 353
    Peggy Nickelson says:

    My favorite flower is the daisy. I like it because it simple , yet very beautiful. All the new releases are wonderful.

    Peggy Nickelson

  • 354
    Judy F. says:

    I just love astromeria. You can find in a multitude of colors. It’s delicate petals are just lovely and looks wondeful in vases of various sizes and shapes. They make me smile, which gives me a positive boost every time I look at them!

  • 355
    Anne B says:

    Hard to choose, but it would have to be the rose, particularly old fashioned roses, because they look and smell gorgeous!

  • 356
    pamela says:

    My favorite flower is definitely the calla lily. My mom grew a huge bush of them in our front yard and they’re absolutely beautiful. I love how unique the shape is with just 1 petal. It’s definitely a flower that I’d love to use in my wedding, whenever that’s going to be!

  • 357
    Karen says:

    My favorite flowers are lilies. I love their beautiful colorization. Each one is so unique. Also, their scent is light, not over powering at all like some flowers can be.

  • 358
    Katie Renz says:

    Just love peonies… don’t know why… just do 🙂

  • 359
    Andrea says:

    I think my favorite is a daisy! I love the bright cheery colors.

  • 360
    Ginny says:

    The carnation because it was my mother’s favorite flower. She passed away suddenly at a relatively young age, and I didn’t get to enjoy her company as an adult.

  • 361
    Robbin Clements says:

    My favorite is the Sterling Silver Rose…it’s color is a light mauve…beautiful!!!

  • 362
    Alice Golden says:

    Lilacs… and not just because they are blooming all over my yard right now! The color, the smell, the itty bitty blossoms equal my perfect flower.

  • 363
    Ginny A. says:

    I enjoy ANY flowers my husband brings me, but my favorite are Gerber Daisies, such pretty flowers!! Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 364
    Audrey T. says:

    My favorite flower is Lily of the Valley. I love the dainty white flowers, and the scent is divine.

  • 365

    Gladiolas are my fav. I’ve always loved them. They are so confidently beautiful and sturdy. But the real reason I love them is that my husband brought them to me at the hospital after the birth of each of our children. I don’t think he’s ever given me flowers at any other time, so I have the very best memories associated with them.

  • 366
    Kristin Burge says:

    Peonies…absolutely and completely peonies. They are so beautiful, fragrant, and old fashioned. I love it in the spring when I see their little red buds emerging from the earth. After a long winter, it fills my heart with joy. I am even happier when they bloom all so full and lovely.
    -Kristin B.

  • 367
    Lori Ann Bowers says:

    My favorite flower is the Gardenia. It has the most amazing smell and it reminds me of my mother.

  • 368
    gaby sayer says:

    My favorite flower (and my mom’s) is the violet.
    When Adam and Eve committed the original sin and they left Paradise to be on their own, they were sorry they disobeyed God. Adam, with a humble heart, cried and as the tears reached the ground, they became violets. That and their color and their smell, the Toulouse ones are the most fragrant ones!

  • 369
    Katie G says:

    My favorite flower is lily of the valley. I love this flower so much that when I married my husband, I begged the florist to find some lily of the valley for my bouquet. We were married in February, so this was a bit of a challenge- luckily in Italy, where we were married, the climate is more temperate and the florist was able to come through. Ten years later I can still recall the heavenly scent of my bouquet of pale pink roses and lily of the valley.

  • 370
    Sue says:

    A lily- I just think they are so beautiful and elegant.

  • 371
    :Linda Friend says:

    My favorite flower is the daffodil. They remind me that spring is just around the corner.

  • 372
    Tabby A. says:

    I love DAISIES! I just think they are such a happy flower and you can get them in a variety of colors. They are also easy to grow. LOL!

  • 373
    pat from sd says:

    Roses (in all colors) are my favorite flowers. They smell so lovely and you can also dry them fairly easily for home decorations.

  • 374
    Stephanie Washburn says:

    My favorite flower is the tulip- it reminds me of spring and our time spent in Germany. Thanks for the chance to win this AMAZING prize!

  • 375
    Ang says:

    I have to say the rose. I love antique roses and it is mostly for the smell. I love the look of them, but it is always the smell that gets me.

    Ang

  • 376
    Laurie W. says:

    I love Lilacs! I have a huge Lilac bush in my yard and I just love how they smell! To me the smell is of Spring and takes me back to when I was little! We always had them in our yard!

  • 377
    Renee Lynch says:

    Snapdragons.
    When we lived in MD we were on a military post but had a small yard that I was able to plant things…do a little landscaping.
    OK…since I had no idea what I was doing…
    I experimented.
    And I planted Snapdragons one year…
    from seeds…
    and the following year they were HUGE!
    My parents came to visit and my Daddy was in the back yard and saw my Snapdragons…
    he couldn’t believe how huge and utterly gorgeous they were.
    He told me then something I never knew…
    something even my mother didn’t know…
    and in all of the years of my mother planting and gardening…
    and him complaining about how difficult it was to mow and trim around her countless flower beds…
    he loved Snapdragons.
    They were his favorite flower.
    When he died…
    I insisted that Snapdragons were included in his casket arrangement.

  • 378
    Tammy W. says:

    PTI flowers – of course! They are sooooo fun to color!

    Now of course if you meant “real live” flowers, then I would have to say lilacs. I love their sweet smell and beautiful purple color!

  • 379
    Dana Gerdes says:

    My favorite flower is the tulip. I like it because of my Dutch heritage and I think it looks so elegant and graceful.

  • 380
    theJoy inMe says:

    I have many favourites since there are many types of flowers (indoors, outdoors, cut flowers, border flowers, flowering trees, vines, shrubs, etc, etc. lol). I love lilacs for their gorgeous smell, but only when kept outdoors and still growing on the trees. I love magnolias for their incredibly understated elegance in the garden. I love peonies (minus the ants), but just to admire not to grow. If I’m growing them in the garden myself, I like roses best. Hydrangeas are a lovely, lovely flower too and up here (Southern Ontario) they last and last. I think they’re the prettiest thing to use for flowering shrubs.
    The best thing about flowers is the same thing that is so wonderful about humans, animals and of course, paper crafting. There is a colour, shape and style for everyone no matter what we are naturally drawn to!

  • 381
    Detra Parks says:

    Poinsettias… I love Christmas and these represent Christmas.

  • 382
    Leora says:

    I love zinnias! So sweet and so bright. This year I have some double cherry zinnias that are making me smile!

  • 383
    Lori Kistler says:

    I love diasies. They always seem to look like they have a smiling face. They look like happy flowers to me.

  • 384
    Elizabeth S. says:

    I like prety much any flower especially when my husband surprises me with some. But my favorite is the carnation. I love their smell and they seem to last quite some time so I can enjoy them longer.

  • 385
    Allyson says:

    Simple, fun, and oh-so-very-beautiful white daisies! Love em’.

  • 386
    Kara says:

    I love ranunculus because of ther beautiful shape and range of colors! Thet are very unusual and beautiful!

  • 387
    Sandy Ramirez says:

    My favorite flower is the gladiola, for two reasons. First, my brother (whom I lost about 10 years ago) loved them too, and planted them profusely in his front yard. The other reason is because they come in a variety of colors! And I love Papertrey Ink too, because of the variety of styles you present!

  • 388
    Leigh Ann R. says:

    I love Cosmos…they are so pretty and cheerful. I first saw them in a wedding boquet in a bride magazine I was looking through when I was planning my wedding – and I fell in love with them.

  • 389
    Manda says:

    Gerberas for their bright colours.

  • 390
    Alison says:

    Peonies! They were my wedding flowers, and evoke such happy memories.

  • 391
    Jen Arkfeld says:

    I’m a sucker for blue hydrangeas. We used them in our wedding. I just like the way that the mophead is composed of a mass of a really simple flower resulting in a very elegant display!

  • 392

    Without question, hydrangeas. I had them in my wedding bouquet and have loved them ever since. I’ve also discovered that they are perfect for a gardener like me–they grow best on dead wood and look amazing every summer with no fuss! Mine have even inspired a local artist walking by. She knocked on my door and asked to take a few home because the warm, burgundy colour in August was what she was trying to capture in her painting.

  • 393
    Donna says:

    I love irises. I love all the different color variations, saw a new one the other day and fell in love with it. They were also my mother’s favorite flower. Had them all around the outside of the house growing up.

  • 394
    Victoria Nelson says:

    I adore sweet peas. My grandmother grew them in her garden when I was a kid, and I remember when I “graduated” from sixth grade, she gave me a bouquet of them in honor of the special occasion. I remember how heavenly they smelled and I wanted to make sure I grew them in my own garden when I grew up!

  • 395
    Charmaine says:

    Gosh that’s a tough one…it’s between sunflowers and hydrangeas. I remember them both from my childhood and grow them to this day in my garden.

    Charmaine

  • 396
    Steph says:

    Tulips. To me tulips are happy cheerful flowers………….sweet and simple, but with a big impact.

  • 397
    Lisa says:

    My favourite flower is the tulip – specifically yellow tulips. I really don’t know why…they just make me happy!! 🙂

    (someone call my husband and tell him this please…hehe)

  • 398
    Barbara says:

    i just love white tulips!. i think, new, clean and fresh when I see them

  • 399
    marilyn says:

    lilacs…a sign that summer is coming soon…a love the scent in my yard, too.

  • 400
    Melissa McF says:

    California Poppy…
    Love it when my yard (2 1/4 acre) is awash with poppies in the spring!

  • 401
    Jamie Nania says:

    My favorites are tulips just because I think they’re beautiful. My husband has promised to plant some this fall for next spring.

  • 402
    Becky says:

    I love daisies. They are just simple and clean.

  • 403
    Laura B. says:

    Sweet Peas because they remind me of my Grandma’s house. She also had a beautiful framed petit point of Sweet Peas in her living room. She’s been gone many years now but was such a loving grandmother.

  • 404
    ann says:

    My favorite flowers are daisys…simple and cute and will always brighten up any space.

  • 405
    Laurie says:

    Sunflowers, I love the shades of gold &browns the shape of the sunflowers. I find it comforting to ave a giant sunflower looking downy me

  • 406
    Kathy Mc says:

    Roses are tops on my list due to their sheer beauty, variety of colors and fragrances. Not to say I don’t appreciate any and all flowers because they are a gift from God and brighten anyone’s spirits.

  • 407
    Diana says:

    I love, love, love pink roses. All shades of pink but especially a delicate shade that is almost mixed with cream. My garden is filled with pink rose bushes.

  • 408
    Janet says:

    My favorite flower is the bird of paradise. This flower is so unique and beautiful. It reminds me of my favorite places — Hawaii and California!

  • 409
    Julie Sokolowski says:

    Dahlias are my favorite flowers. I love them because they are so structrual. Thanks for asking and the fun chance to win!

  • 410
    Kendall B says:

    Even though I haven’t seen them in a very long time Pink Lady Slippers have a tremendous sentimental place in my soul. They were abundant in the woods near where I grew up as a child and they were magnificent!

  • 411
    Kelly Braund says:

    Lilacs, because they smell great when our whole neighborhood blooms and they remind me of my late grandparents who lived down the road and our wedding in May where we used them everywhere!

  • 412
    Jeannie L says:

    I love tulips… Although they wither rather quickly but you’ll just enjoy its beauty while it lasts. It reminds of how life is.

  • 413
    Chris says:

    I love daisies. They look so fragile, but are actually very strong. They are simple and happy!

  • 414
    jackie M. says:

    I have four favorite flowers. They are all very fragrant and I believe they are favorites because I associate them with people who have been very special during my life. Gardenia for my mother – she bought one every week in the later years of her life. Peonies and lilacs for my grandmother.

  • 415
    BarbaraB says:

    My favorite flower is the rose. I just think that they are beautiful flowers. I love the many colors and varieties.

  • 416
    Mel H says:

    I have always loved Virginia Bluebells…they remind me of walks by the river and spending time with my father bring up the cattle from the river bottoms as a kid. I loved their color and delicate beauty.

  • 417
    Amy Kolling says:

    My favorite flower is the Star Gazer Lily……was our flower at our wedding!

  • 418
    Steph says:

    My favorite flower is the tulip! I love the colors they come in and look forward to them every spring!

  • 419
    Suzie says:

    My favorite flower is the Poppy. One of my grandfather’s I have fond memories of growing up with (who passed away when I a teenager)we called Poppy. The flower was his “signature” of sorts. When we’d visit Grandma and Poppy, there was always a vase of Poppy’s in the window sill. Always fresh, no matter the season. I used to think they were made by God, just for our Poppy! 🙂

  • 420
    Zena B. says:

    I love freesia, daisies, roses, lilies, sunflowers, jasmine…can’t say that I’ve ever met a flower that I didn’t like. Of all of them, I’d have to say that tulips are my all time favorite. For me, They signify that spring, and a new beginning is here.

  • 421
    datgh says:

    It’s a tie for me. I love both daffodils and pansies. I think it is because they are both signs of spring. I can spend hours trying to decide what colors of pansies to get for the year and always come home with way more than I need!

  • 422

    My favorite flower is the Gladiolus – so stately and beautiful. But really any flower is beautiful if it is brought to me by either my husband or sons!!

  • 423
    Barbara Pagluighi says:

    Sunflower, they are impressive.

  • 424
    Cheryl says:

    I love the daisy. So simple – so pretty.

    Thank you.

    rockford74@yahoo.com

  • 425
    Patsann says:

    I love roses. My mom had the most beautiful roses. She is no longer with us but I can just close my eyes and see her beautiful yellow and red roses!

  • 426
    Lisa says:

    Lilacs are the most beautiful of God’s floral creations. Their delicate scent is definately nature’s perfume.I simply adore them.

  • 427
    Kristin says:

    Roses are my favorite flower. The elegance and beauty have always caught my eye and they come in so many colors they can be simply breathtaking!

  • 428
    Laurel says:

    Each July, my entire family (including parents, sisters, nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles) go to Snowbird for a week. The mountains are covered with wildflowers of all kinds. One year in particular my Mom climbed up one of the mountains and sat down amidst all the flowers wanting us to take her picture. It was just so cute and so my Mom. Wildflowers are definitely my favorite!

  • 429
    Dawn says:

    The rose because it is elegant in its simplicity and it looks beautiful whether fully open or fully closed.

  • 430
    sarah says:

    i just love gerber daisies 🙂 something about their bright colors just makes me happy! they were used in my brides maids bouquets and look wonderful against their black dresses 🙂 but honestly, i love any flower that is given to me!

  • 431
    Tammy W. says:

    My favorite flowers are lilacs…reminds me of my mom and my childhood. Very nice memories!

  • 432
    Jennifer Orr says:

    Peonies are my favorite, hands down! I love that they’re big and full!!

  • 433
    Laurie C says:

    I love Geraniums. They are such an easy flower to take care of and give such a warm welcome feeling when placed in pots by a front door. 🙂

  • 434
    Geri Greening says:

    My favorite flower is the Gerbera Daisy! The colors are magnificant, the flower itself is statuesk and a single Gerbera in a tall slim vase is simple elegance with a trendy twist!

  • 435
    christianne says:

    My favorite flower is the rose. I love all the layers and the romance of the flower. It reminds me of all the times my husband brought them for me and when I was in college my roommates and I would hang all the rose we got from our ceiling fan to dry them out. We had loads.

  • 436
    Meredith says:

    Tough to choose just one!! In terms of a floral bouquet, I am always drawn to the sculpted look of gerbera daisies, but in the garden, I love anything bright and colourful – impatiens are so predictable and yet such a great pop of colour in the garden. I always load up on those in the spring!

  • 437
    June K. says:

    Mums…. my dad grew them for years and others just loved them … brought lots of sunshine to their lives. . . mine too.

  • 438
    Crystal N says:

    My favorite is the iris…I think it is very majestic. Thanks, Crystal N

  • 439
    Melanie says:

    Violets are my fav because they are purple and delicate.

  • 440

    Roses! There is just something so classy and elegant them.

  • 441
    Karen says:

    My favourite flowers are roses because they remind me of our wedding day. It truely was the happiest day of my life and even when I smell roses of any kind, my mind is taken back to that day for just a moment!

    Karen Thomas
    AUSTRALIA

  • 442
    Lisa S. says:

    The beautiful Peony is my favorite flower. My mother planted a whole row of pink, white and red peonies at my childhood home. They are a sweet memory of my mother and the simple days of my youth.

  • 443
    rebecca keppel says:

    My favorite flower is the lilac. Growing up we had a lilac bush in my backyard and the best days were the spring/summer ones when my mom had to cut the bush back and brought all the lilacs into the house and filled vases. We would have all the windows open, the breeze would be blowing and the beautiful scent filled the air.

  • 444
    Sheila says:

    My favorite flower is the sunflower. There’s just something about the golden yellows and brown that just make me happy. I use them all through my home to decorate.

  • 445
    Susan Berkhout says:

    My favorite flower is the pansy. What I love about them is that they come in many colors and they look like they have little faces peeping up. They are so beautiful!

  • 446
    Elaina Larsen says:

    Magnolia’s are my favorite. I just love their dark green leaves and creamy looking flowers. To me they just say “southern” all over.

  • 447
    Melissa Ladd says:

    My favorite flower (which many of you may know already with all the time I spent begging for it in YOF form, LOL!) is the morning glory. I love the blues and purples it comes in, I love that it opens in the morning and then closes, and I have many fond memories of my mom’s garden, in which she always had morning glories planted.

    The YOF Morning Glory is stunning and perfectly designed and I can’t wait to bring home the smaller version as well!!

  • 448
    Suzanne Mooney says:

    I absolutely adore Peonies. Unfortunately, where I live, it is too hot for them to thrive however, my mom grows the most beautiful red peonies I have ever seen.

  • 449
    Sharon says:

    Roses! Any color.

    They were my wedding flowers but I have always just loved them.

  • 450
    Joyce C. says:

    My favorite flower would have to be the hibiscus. I remember so fondly my father planting many of them in our front yard when I was a child. The blossoms are so exquisite and varied. Try taking one inside and place it under a lamp to enjoy throughout the evening!

  • 451
    Kim G says:

    I love the Iris flower, I have some blooming right now in the purples and beautiful yellow!! Love all kinds of flowers, but don’t know the names of a lot of them!!

  • 452
    Kathy V. says:

    Gosh, if I can pick only one I’d say peony. Love their colors, fragrance, full blossom. Just wish mine would bloom!

  • 453
    KarenMY says:

    Have always loved the pikake or jasmine flower because of the sweet fragrance. The pikake buds are usually strung into a lei which we used to wear to our proms or special occasions. Just the smell will take me back….

  • 454
    Lindsey Larsen says:

    This is a toughy. I love lilacs because my grandmother loved lilacs and when I smell them I am reminded of her yard. But if I am just going to buy a flower, I love gerbera daisies.

  • 455
    Amy G says:

    Love the smell and sight of lilacs. Real lilacs…not the artificial smelling lilac. They don’t stick around here long enough in Michigan!

  • 456
    Lesa W. says:

    Roses are my favorite flowers. My Grandmonther’s name was Roses and she is where I got my love for flowers and cooking. I spent most afternoons after school and all day during the summer with her, standing at her side cooking great things and in the yard weeding flower beds and working in the garden. So everytime I see roses I think of my Mamaw Roses.

  • 457
    Simply to Delight says:

    My favorites are daisies & gerber daisies!! Not sure why, just have always been my favorites 🙂 I have missed the last several releases and am so glad that I caught this one!! It’s amazing as usual!!

  • 458
    Deborah B. says:

    Do I have to pick one? If so, it has to be the yellow rose. Really, I don’t know why because it’s been my favorite for so very long. My other favs are gerber daisies because they are just so vibrant and colorful, gardenias because they smell good and magnolias because they remind me of growing up back east. Can you tell I LOVE flowers?

  • 459

    My favorite flower is Lily of the Valley, because it reminds me of my Grandmother. She had it growing in the back yard right by the tree swing that my Grandfather made for me.

  • 460
    Amy Smith says:

    I love most flowers, but irises are by far my favorite. They come in such a wide variety of shapes and colors; some are sleek and elegant, some are fluffy and luxurious.

  • 461
    K.Rendino says:

    Easy! Pansies are my favorite flowers. They are so bright and cheerful and I love their happy “faces”!

  • 462
    Becky K. says:

    I love orchids, because I love to grow plants indoors and I think all the different kinds are beautiful!

  • 463
    Jessica R. says:

    My favorite has to be the peony. They are so lovely and full! I just love them!!

  • 464
    Lori Cullen says:

    Sunflowers are my favorite flower. I love the contrast of the yellow petals with the big brown center. I love that they follow the movement of the sun and grow so tall. My husband and sons know that if they want to buy me flowers they should buy sunflowers!

  • 465
    Becky B. says:

    Peonies. They are big, beautiful and classic and my Grandmother had tons of them on our farm growing up and they always bring back wonderful memories for me.

  • 466
    Charlene says:

    My favorite flowers are tropical lilies. I love the bright, vibrant color and smell. It reminds me of when my husband and I got married in Maui.

  • 467
    Anita Farrell says:

    My favorite flower is the dafodil. I don’t have a great memory or family story about why, but they just make me smile. I guess that’s a good enough reason.

  • 468
    Jennifer S says:

    My favorite flower is the Cala Lily. It is such an elegant flower. My bouquet at my wedding was made from Cala Lilies. We actually had the baker make sugar Cala Lilies to use for the cake topper on our wedding cake, which I still have! Someday I know PTI will make the perfect Cala Lily set!

  • 469
    Stacy says:

    Daffodils. I love that they are one of the first signs of spring. We had a bunch of them growing in our yard when I was young and I loved their cheerfulness. Funny story – my husband knows I love daffodils. But it’s not really something you get at a florist in an arrangement. So somehow he got it in his head that I love yellow flowers (which is not true – just daffodils), and now he always calls the florist and asks for a bouquet of yellow flowers. It’s so sweet that I don’t have the heart to tell him. 🙂

  • 470
    Marybeth L. says:

    Hydrangea is by far my most favorite flower,it’s beautiful. It also has different seasons. First it’s fresh and green , then pink or blue, twards the begining of fall it’s reddish and darker. At least that’s how they are for me in California. I grow them well and love to share them with those who can’t.

  • 471
    theresa says:

    My favorite flower is the daisy that i have fond memories of in my aunt’s garden when I was a child.

  • 472
    Jana Van Sistine says:

    Lilacs. They remind me when summer is truly beginning (and living in the upper mid-west that’s a big deal) and the smell is so wonderful. It’s a favorite flower of my grandmother, mom and now my daughters.

  • 473
    Martha D. says:

    I am going to say daisies. Each summer a neighbor has a field full of wild flowers and he allows me to pick what I want. The daisies are just so pretty even when I put them in a simple Mason jar.

  • 474
    Marge (mer) says:

    My favorite flower to cut & bring in is the Gerbera Daisy, as they last so long & they come in so many colors, but my favorite for fragrant reasons is the lilac, which brings back so many memories of my childhood on a midwest farm.

  • 475
    Amber R. says:

    The tulip; it’s full of simple elegance.

  • 476
    Anemone says:

    That is a hard choice for me – it’s a three-way tie I think. I LOVE lilacs for their colour & scent and homey feel. I love orchids for their simplicity and elegance and colour variety. And my third choice is not a flower exactly I guess, but more a bush – Bleeding hearts, and it’s for purely sentimental reasons.

  • 477

    Sunflowers! Everytime I see them, they make me smile. They are bright like the sun and remind me of happiness.

  • 478

    I love hydrangeas! I just think they are so stunning when they bloom, especially the blue ones. Had a very CAS wedding invitation ten years ago (pre-stamping!) with a little blue hydrangea in an embossed square. Now I always think of my husband when I see one which makes them extra special!

  • 479
    Amy Papale says:

    My favorite flower is the hydgrangea. I absolutely love the colors and fullness of the flower. Also, I love to dry them and put them around in primitive containers all around my house. They are timeless!

  • 480
    Debbie says:

    My absolute favorite is the daisy… simple, clean, and fresh.

  • 481
    Jan Larson says:

    My favorite flower is the lilac. I have such fond memories of trimming stems of them off the bush with my grandmother. And their scent is like no other. Unfortunately, we can’t grow lilacs where I live in Texas, but every time I see a photo of beautiful lilacs, I swear I can smell them like it was yesterday!

  • 482
    cscovel says:

    I never met a flower I didn’t fall in love with but I would have to say my favorite would be Delphiniums….I love the colors, blues,purples, white…and how tall and graceful they are – swaying in the breeze! Gardening is my one of my huge obsessions (card making/paper crafting is right up there with gardening!)so I couldn’t be happier with all the wonderful garden designs this release….can’t wait to get my hands on them! Thank you PTI designers, another wonderful job! LOVE IT!!

  • 483
    Ryan says:

    Tulips and daffodils are my favorite flowers because they are the first reminder that winter is over and spring is fast approaching. In my opinion, there is nothing prettier than a garden full of brightly colored tulips!

  • 484
    Hilde says:

    Tulips are my favorite. They are around for such a short time, but they are so very beautiful. And they seem so proud to welcome spring in every year.

  • 485
    Trish says:

    White Carnations, for their beauty and meaning. A Mothers Love and Purity.
    Trish

  • 486
    Lisa F . says:

    The cala lily…it’s what I had in my wedding bouquet!! Next would be lilacs, I love the smell and the promise of spring that they bring each year!!

  • 487
    MA says:

    My favorites are the dwarf daylily – they bloom all the way into the fall, easy to grow in any soil condition, and come in so many colors.

  • 488
    Shari walker says:

    My favorite flower is the daisy,as a child they grew in grandmas garden and we’d pick them together…one of my very favorite memories.

  • 489
    Sandra B. says:

    I love orchids. We had them at our wedding, so every time I see one now it brings back memories of that wonderful day.

  • 490
    ~elle says:

    Oh, I adore flowers, so it’s really difficult to choose a favorite. If I were forced to select just one, I’d pick daisies because they remind me of my daughter. She loved going to the garden center with me when she was little, and we always bought some daisies to plant.

  • 491
    Samantha Johnson says:

    My favorite flower is the lilac(no stamp of that yet…hint hint), i love everything about it. The smell is so delightful, the color calming…. what’s not to love? and they are blooming all over my neighborhood.

  • 492
    Lori B says:

    Being a May baby, the Lily of the Valley is a favorite of mine. Even though they are small simple flowers, they have the most heavenly smell.

  • 493
    Annette Snyder says:

    Little purple panseys because they remind me of my grandmothers garden.

  • 494

    I love all kinds of flowers, but my favorite is the stargazers lily.. I love the vibrant pinks and reds in them!

  • 495
    janet says:

    My favorite flower id the daffodil…just about the first flower out after a long winter, bright and cheery yellow and they smell soooo wonderful

  • 496
    Sharon says:

    Daffodils…for me they are one of the first signs that spring is coming.

  • 497
    Susie Nam says:

    Peonies are a favorite of mine. I first discovered them in one of my Martha Stewart magazines eons ago. My favorite are white peonies with dark pink outlines. I love the ruffly petals!!! And smells beautiful too.

  • 498
    CBIljan says:

    Peonies! They just are bursting with color and life…they remind me of my step dad who grew them in his garden after my mother died – helps me rember them both.

  • 499
    Nancy B says:

    There are so many–lilacs because I put them in my May Baskets. Peonies because we take them to the cemetery for Memorial Day and both of those 2 because they were the flowers for my daughters’ weddings. I love Lily of the Valley because it always blooms for Mothers Day. As you can see flowers are inter-related to the occasions and seasons of my life. I am so excited for the new seed packets and year of flowers.

  • 500
    Debbie Titus says:

    My favorite would be the violet. Just love the pretty simple little flowers.

  • 501
    Shauna says:

    My favorite flower is the rose in deep red… calla lilies are a very close second 🙂

  • 502
    lisa m says:

    Daisies are my favorite flower they just make me happy! thanks for a chance to win

  • 503
    Betty Cash says:

    The sweet pea is my favorite flower. It is so delicate, fragrant and easy to arrange!

  • 504
    nancy l. says:

    Has to be the Hydrangea. I love all things vintage and Hydrangeas have a wonderful old fashioned feel to them. I can see them in an old farmhouse on a kitchen table or a rustic bedroom nightstand. They’re sooo pretty and sweet.

  • 505

    My favorite flower is the daisy and the lily of the valley but makes it my favorite two flowers.

  • 506
    Hannah S says:

    Zinnias! Such great variety and such happy little flowers!
    Love the Nashville, Tennessee detail on the new flower packet stamp…I live here in Gallatin, TN
    🙂

  • 507
    peggysue says:

    I love roses, although I have to get the easiest variety in order for it to grow, I don’t have a green thumb! And I call my children my roses too.

  • 508
    NancyF says:

    I brought some at a garden center today – snapdragons. Not sure why but they always make me smile 🙂

  • 509
    Jan Ledman says:

    I love daisies. They are just so cheerful.

  • 510

    It is a tie between romantic peonies and big, bold Gerber Daisies!
    I love the smell and full blossoms of the peonies and they make me think of my parents home. Gerber daisies are so happy and clean, simple flowers with saturated color!

  • 511
    Melissa P. says:

    tulips are my fav. They remind me spring has sprung and summer is coming!

  • 512
    kerry davis says:

    I love anything PINK! This time of year, I really love tulips – they just seem happy & perky! Haha – just like me!

  • 513
    Kim Ross says:

    Daisies make me smile… they’re my favorite because they remind me of my mom. Miss her lots!

  • 514
    Josee Ste Marie says:

    Tulips, definetely tulips, too bad they don’t bloom longer.

    Josee

  • 515
    Hollie says:

    I love yellow tulips!! I love them because they are a very happy flower and a sign warmer weather is sure to come!

  • 516

    Gerbera Daisies are my favorite flowers—LOVE all of the bright cheerful colors they come in!!! And…they just make me smile!

  • 517
    Wendy W. says:

    I love daisies … they are just so happy! (That’s what we named our little toy poodle, too!)

  • 518
    Shannon Reid says:

    Gerber daisies… no…. lilacs for sure because they smell so good…. then again there is nothing like the stunning beauty of a perfect red rose…. guess I can’t pick just one!

  • 519
    Luanne says:

    My favorite would have to be a hanging vine of wisteria. Thanks for this chance to win!

  • 520
    Jackie W. says:

    I love daisies! I just love the look of them. So clean and simple. I wish they smelled good, but to me, the beauty of them is enough. I think that should be your next flower, hint, hint!

  • 521
    suependous says:

    I really love tulips–mostly red ones. They are so beautiful to chase away our harsh Wisconsin winters. They are also bright and cheery as decorating accents.

  • 522
    Loralie Harpster says:

    My favorite flower is Lilly of the Valley. It is so delicate and smells so good! I love all the new releases this month and I can’t wait to make some projects with it!

  • 523
    April says:

    my love all flowers but tulips are one of my favorites.

  • 524
    Danielle says:

    Tulips! They remind me of my grandmom :o)

  • 525

    I LOVE tulips!! They are so simple, and beautiful.

  • 526
    Debbie says:

    My favorite flower is definitely hydrangea. I have seven of them planted in my yard and they are just beginning to bloom – so beautiful! The bushes are covered with beautiful purple/blue mop-head flowers and buds. They’re really easy to propagate so you can easily share them with family and friends.

  • 527
    Kimberli Sarsfield says:

    My favorite flower is the Calla Lily. I had a bunch of Calla Lilies tied with a bow as my wedding bouquet.

  • 528
    Makalah says:

    I’m torn between two flowers – roses and gerbera daisies.

    My middle name is Rose, so growing up, my family gave me roses for birthdays and special events.

    I also like gerbera daisies – partly because they’re the first flowers I received from my boyfriend and partly because I love the bright colors (yay pink!).

  • 529
    Reggie says:

    I love petunias! When I was a little girl, my mom always planted all her flower patches with pretty petunias. Each year she would choose a different color scheme, but always petunias.

  • 530
    Mandyb says:

    gerbera!!! so pretty and comes in so many lovely colours!!!
    thanks for a fun giveaway

  • 531
    JeanFB says:

    My favorite flower is old-fashioned lilacs – the fragrance is like nothing else in the world! I love all the color variations in the trees you find in the northeast – the deep purple, the lavender, and the white ones, which tend to be the most fragrant of them all.

  • 532

    African Daisy!! They make me happy!!

  • 533
    Terri e. says:

    Lilacs, I love their color and scent.

    It’s a good life!
    Terri E.

  • 534
    Denise says:

    Peonies. I’ve always loved them… when hubs and I got married they were every.where. and it made me so happy. Now I love them and they carry a beautiful and precious memory.

    The sets are wonderful this month… excited to SHOP!!

  • 535
    Dawn says:

    Lily of the Valley! I love how dainty looking the flower is in all the green.

  • 536
    Stephanie W says:

    Sunflowers! My grandmother grew them in front of her house when I was little. Everytime I see them, I think of her.

  • 537
    Alicia E says:

    I am not much of a flower person but would lOve to be able to grow irises. Growing up we always had some by our front porch and my hometown was known as the Iris City. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 538
    Ashley M says:

    I LOVE hyacinth! They are a welcome reminder that spring is here and the smell SO so good!

  • 539
    paula e. says:

    i would have to say the daisy is my favorite flower – because it is so basic, friendly, affordable, and accessible to most everyone. thanks, too, for an opportunity to win!

  • 540

    I have two favourites for two different reasons. The fragrance of the lilac to me is the most pleasant smell and the bloom is just beautiful in the springtime. So it is truly my favourite garden variety. However, when is comes to cut flowers, the carnation, more specifically the pink carnation is my favourite for its beauty, fragrance and longevity. I am so very excited about the Year of Flowers set being released this month. Got my copics ready!

  • 541
    Lori Washburn says:

    I love lily of the valley~ the sweet smell out my porch door is a reminder that spring is here. 🙂

  • 542
    Wanda McGhee says:

    I love yellow roses. I will never forget my friend who gave me a dozen yellow roses when I had my major surgery. I awaken to a beautiful vase of them. what a blessing it was to behold.

  • 543
    Mary M. says:

    Sunflowers are my favorite! They remind me of driving through Italy and of Monet paintings. They are also bright and cheery.

  • 544
    TraceyJean says:

    I’ve never been one for flowers because most scents cause me to cough and sneeze. So lightly scented orchid became my love. It was certainly helpful that the first orchid I ever saw had a deep purple center – my favorite color. I felt like it had been made just for me…

  • 545
    Pat Quinet says:

    My favorite flowers are daisies.I think I like them because they are simple and cheerful. My favorites are just plain white with the yellow centers.

  • 546
    Carolyn G. says:

    I was just talking about that this week. I think my favorite is the peony. Not sure why. The flowers can be soft pink, coral, apricot, bright pink, white, red, burgandy, double, single, and they are all beautiful in their own way, but only last such a short time. Too bad they only bloom once a year! BTW, love the new things! Thanks for working so hard to provide us with new toys and inspiration galore!!

  • 547
    Kathy McDonald says:

    Tulips! They are one of the first flowers that bloom in the spring, and they’re just so cheery. We are lucky, in the Pacific Northwest, to be able to buy them nearly year-round, and nothing brightens a room on a dreary December day more than a beautiful bouquet of tulips.

  • 548
    Rema Timm says:

    I dont have just one particular flower that I like because I love them all, but if I have to pick I would have to say the violet.They are so beautiful and there are so many different varieties that you can never be tired of them….

  • 549

    My favorite flower is a tulip. We used to have them in our front yard in the house I grew up in, and I still remember how excited I was each spring to see them. There was something so reassuring and magical about seeing them come up year after year.

  • 550
    Carolyn Yat says:

    My favorite flowers are hydrangeas. I had planted 4 pink hydrangeas and they grow every year.

  • 551
    Linda says:

    Ooh that’s a hard one! I love hydrangeas for their soft purple colors, Lily of the Valley for their dainty beauty and wonderful scent, lilacs for their scent and color, larkspur for their color, peonies just for how lush they are…..and I could go on and on.

    Linda

  • 552
    Linda L says:

    Oh my goodness. Choosing a favorite flower is akin to choosing a favorite child! Love most of them but have an especial weakness for orchids. Thanks for a WONDERFUL release! So many fun ideas and toys – can’t wait to play!

  • 553
    Jacquie D. says:

    My husband I just celebrated our 25th anniversary this week. He is such a sweetheart – he had a special arrangement made for me that represents all the flowers he’s given me over the years. The florist could not get any more flowers in that arrangement, it contained tulips, roses, lilys. My favorite flower is the tulip.

  • 554
    Mary says:

    Sweat peas are my favorite. When I was a child my grandmother had a big sweat pea bush growing by her door. It was big and overgrown but very pretty. I’m now trying to grow some along my fence.

  • 555
    Kim P. says:

    I love Hydrangeas! There are so many different species of them and they are all beautful.

  • 556
    Donna Cole says:

    I always looking for my hyacinth to sprout – then I know spring is just around the corner. Those little guys annouce the beginning of our colorful spring.

  • 557
    Deb C says:

    My favorite flower is Lily of the Valley. Not only is it my birthday month flower, but it brings back the best memories of my grandmother.

    She died when I was 6, but right before she passed away, she planted a tons of Lilies of the Valley along the walkway at her house. Each year when they came up, it was like she was reaching down from heaven to give me a birthday hug.

  • 558
    Jodi says:

    Tulips for me. My grandma and grandpa always had tulips growing in their backyard planters. I remember them being so tall and so graceful. I’ve tried to grow them at my home but they only end up being desert for the deer. 🙂

  • 559
    Katie Jones says:

    My favorite flower is the tulip. Seeing them makes me smile, knowing that Spring is here!

  • 560
    Jamie Nania says:

    My favorites are tulips just because I think they’re beautiful. My husband has promised to plant some this fall for next spring.

  • 561
    Maureen Plut says:

    I love hydrangeas…I love the periwinkle ones, but love that change colour depending on the soil. I had to have them in my wedding bouquet…for something “blue.”

  • 562
    AnitaRex says:

    I think for me my favorite flower will always be the rose. I remember while dating my hubby him buying me the first flowers ever from a guy and they were roses. And when we got married I carried fuchsia pink roses!

  • 563
    Courtney K says:

    love the simplicity of daisies.

  • 564

    I love the delicate daffodil, the happy daisy and the heavenly fragrance of lilacs but my passion is daylilies. There are so many colors, so many varieties and yet each blossom lasts just one day. Each morning is a renewal as a whole new bouquet brightens our garden!

  • 565
    Jen G says:

    Alstromeria are my favorite flowers – they’re beautiful and long lasting.

  • 566
    Jen S says:

    The yellow rose is my favorite. The first dozen flowers from my (now) hubby!

  • 567
    K. Craig says:

    Orchid, hands down! They are beautiful and exotic. They are different from the usual roses on Valentine’s Day. The deep plum phalaenopsis is my fav color simply because plum is my fave color in about anything. Orchids really make you work for the blooms so the work makes me appreciate them more!

  • 568
    Super Jen says:

    Favorite flower, that’s easy. Daffodils. I look forward to masses of sunny yellow blooms after a long, dreary winter!

  • 569
    Cheme' says:

    I love gerber daisies! They have always been my favorite since I was a teenager. Right now I can think of three different bouquets around my house of big fake gerber daisies. They are such a happy flower!

  • 570
    Dee Rose says:

    My middle name, Rose, is a family name so of course roses are my favorite. But I also love them because they are so beautiful and smell so sweet. Thanks for a chance to win such an amazing prize package!

  • 571

    I love carnations.I always associate a sweet spicy fragrance with them and there are so many varietiesand colours. I have some in my front flower beds and enjoy the sweet smells every time I drive up to the house.

  • 572
    Kelly says:

    My favorite flower is the rose. Love the romance and the beautiful smell. Love this month’s release almost as much!

  • 573
    Judy Lenzini says:

    I love Hydrangea! I love their fullness and color variations!

  • 574
    Kathleen Miller says:

    My favorite? Oh hard question! If I have to pick one I’d say the tulip. After a long cold winter it is a promise of spring!

  • 575
    JJ says:

    My favorite flower is plumeria. I have lots of memories picking plumeria and stringing leis with my family. To me it means celebrations and family.

  • 576
    Erica M. says:

    My favorite flower is the tulip. I love the beautiful variety of colors tulips come in and I love the way they look in a vase!

  • 577
    stampyblock says:

    Daisy- daisy- daisies! I love them! Last Christmas my mother in law gave me a gift of a Gerber daisy every week for the year. LOVED IT!

  • 578
    Theresa s says:

    My favorite is the rose. Once bloomed it looks absolutely stunning. Thanks ladies. Another great release.

  • 579
    Shanan says:

    I really love the lily. It’s so beautiful and comes in many colors. I have loved them since they were placed in my wedding bouquet in 1993.

  • 580
    Janice M says:

    Roses because they remind me of my Granny. She had over 100 rose bushes in her garden and could tell the name of every variety!

  • 581
    Susan P. says:

    I love day lilies…all the fun colors…I have a ton of them around my house!

  • 582
    Jennifer H. says:

    My favorite flower is the poinsettia. I remember going to church as a child on Christmas Eve and seeing all the poinsettias lining the stage in memory of people who passed away. It was such a beautiful sight and it gives me goosebumps just thinking about it

  • 583
    Sandi Tedesco says:

    Daisies are my favorite flower. They are simple and beautiful. I like them in any color!!!

  • 584
    Jill Norwood says:

    Oh this is a hard question…I think for me it is peonies in the spring and by far garden roses in the summer – especially the heirloom roses with their incredible fragrances. But really any flower will do -dahlias, lilacs, daisies, tulips, daffodils, pansies – oh I adore happy pansy faces. You know as I think about it more this is a very hard question to answer. How can I rule out one of God’s beautiful creations over another? Luckily with all the beautiful year of flowers series I never have to in stamping land! Thanks for another incredible release PTI! I am in craft heaven tonight! 🙂

  • 585
    Elle says:

    My favorite flower is the hydrangea. I think they are so beautiful, very fresh & romantic looking.

  • 586
    Victoria in Ohio says:

    I love so many flowers, but i do love a big bunch of yellow day lilies- they are so pretty and cheery. One of my new favorite varieties of that is the Asiatic lily – I love the pinks and purples in it.

  • 587
    Kaytee says:

    I love petunias! When I was a little girl, my mom always planted all her flower patches with pretty petunias. Each year she would choose a different color scheme, but always petunias.

  • 588
    joy says:

    Gardenia is my favorite, it smells so sweet and it was my Dad’s favorite.

  • 589
    Tanya says:

    I love pan sys because my mom used to plant them in our garden when I was a child and we would pick them and dry them for crafts

  • 590
    Rosemary D says:

    its hard to choose just one flower, but if pressed to make the choice i would have to say tulips. they are so elegant and graceful.

  • 591

    I happen to love orchids. Why? Because they’re beautiful, elegant and rare (in terms of how long it takes them to grow). I have one that blooms about once every two years so it’s really a treat when that happens. Any chance of a PTI set dedicated to one??? 

  • 592
    Alicia says:

    My favorite flower is the Hydrangea. They are so beautiful. They bloom all summer long, and if you pick a bouquet to put in the house, the bouquet will last for a very long time. This flower just speaks of crisp quiet early summer mornings when the sun is first up.

  • 593
    Janet says:

    My favourite flower is an Australian native…Correa reflexa, sometimes known as Dusky Bells. I studied it for my Botany honours thesis, and included it in my wedding bouquet. With that kind of background, you can guess how much I’m loving this release!

  • 594
    Sheri says:

    Peonies! Because they’re so sweet!

  • 595
    Sue H says:

    My favorite flower is the rose. It is beautiful and I love to smell them. When my husband gives them to me I always move them to whatever room I am in so I can enjoy their beauty and fragrance.

  • 596
    Jamie Greene says:

    I absolutely love Tiger striped roses! My husband has bought me them for special occasions alot recently and they are absolutely beautiful!

  • 597
    Sara L. says:

    Boy, that’s a tough one. But, I would have to say that my favorite flower is the tulip. They are just so pretty. And I think the fact that they don’t bloom for very long makes them even more special to me.

  • 598
    Oralia says:

    My favorite flower is the tulip – it’s beautiful and graceful and when I gaze upon them, I am filled with contentment. 🙂

  • 599
    Lori Weinberg says:

    Too hard to pick one… I guess I’ll go with orchid. They are so elegant and beautiful.

  • 600

    I really can’t choose a favorite, but I will go with Rose, because it is my daughter’s middle name. =)

  • 601
    Rhonda M. says:

    My favorite flower is the lilac. It brings such great memories of my childhood. We had a wonderful lilac tree in our backyard that smelled wonderful each spring. Lots of photos were snapped next to the blossoms!

  • 602
    Debbie says:

    My absolute favorite is the daisy… clean, simple, fresh, with a touch of elegance that enhances every bouquet.

  • 603
    Wendy Stamey says:

    My Goodness, it’s so hard to pick just one but if I had to I would say the Gerber Daisy! I just think it is one of the most beautiful flowers God created!

  • 604
    Linda Miller says:

    It’s the rose, because my birthday is in June, and my grandmother used to call me “June Rose” as a nickname.

  • 605
    Kelly B says:

    I love peonies … such gorgeous big blouncy blooms! Can’t wait to transplant some this fall from the family farm. Love all the PTI flowers this release!!!

  • 606
    danielle says:

    My favorite flower is the peony. I love how big and full and fluffy the flower is… It has so many petals and smells so fresh and pretty! I remember walking through a garden of peonies when I was a young child and thinking they were the most amazing flower- with their blooms as big as my face…

  • 607
    Renae Roberts says:

    I love the vibrant colors of fall mums. They are so beautiful

  • 608
    sara paschal says:

    Carnations Pink ones. I love their scent and all the ruffled beauty;) This release is amazing I don’t even know where to start this is really out of the ballpark!

  • 609
    Jill S. says:

    Hydrangeas for sure – I love their fullness, their depth of color and how wonderful they look dried. A favorite combination is hydrangeas and tulips paired together.

  • 610
    JoAnn Williams says:

    My flower would have to be the Carnation!! It’s such a soft flower!!

  • 611
    Becs Attwood says:

    I love forget-me-nots – such a beautiful blue color & a gorgeous delicate tiny flower.

  • 612

    My favorite flowers are yellow roses with the red tips, I just think they are breath-takingly beautiful. I’m allergic to them, so I am usually happy to get carnations – they aren’t overly fragrant, they come in tons of colors and they last a relatively long time. I love the mini flower set you are releasing tonight and the fruits. Thanks for the chance to win!!

  • 613
    Kristen says:

    I really love flowers of all kinds, but a few of my favorites are: dahlias (my grandma used to grow them and they remind me of her), sunflowers, carnations, and star gazer lilies. I’m really not a huge fan of roses, which has saved my husband a ton of money over the years!

  • 614
    Susan T says:

    I have a passion for zinnias. You can cut them and they will last the whole season. They just keep on coming back!!! What’s not to love about that? Thanks for asking.

  • 615

    My favorite flowers are Gerbera Daisies. Orange ones, in particular. I like that they are beautiful, FUN, and not too formal. They come in all sorts of beautiful vibrant colors, and just seeing them makes me happy 🙂

  • 616
    Katie B says:

    Blackeyed Susan is my favorite.

  • 617
    Rachel P says:

    This may seem a bit ordinary, but I just love roses, in all colors…they’re so sophisticated and elegant and just make me think of weddings and love and other kinds of relationships…I’m always thrilled to receive a bunch of roses!

  • 618
    Brandi says:

    Tulips…I like the clean lines, they are very simple and they remind me spring is here – which always makes me happy!

  • 619
    Bethany says:

    My favorite flower is the black eyed susan as this was my mom’s favorite. Whenver I see them . . . in gardens, vases, photographs, I feel so close to my mom who passed away twenty seven years ago.

  • 620
    Charlene B. says:

    My absolute favorite flower is Jasmine. It’s so beautiful and smells so sweet….My grandmother used to string them and turn them into the most beautiful lei.

  • 621
    Lee Cockrum says:

    Lily of the valley and roses, I am all about fragrance!! Hyacinths and lilacs smell lovely too!

  • 622

    My favorite flower is the violet. It was both my mom’s and her mom’s favorite. When my mom got married she carried a little bouquet of purple violets from my grandmother’s garden.

  • 623
    Steph H says:

    Lavender – just the scent of this flower blooming in the lavender fields near where I live brings me a calmness similar to that of a great stamping session!

  • 624
    Jeni says:

    Gerbera Daisies are my favorites flower! Their bright colors can’t help but make you smile.

  • 625
    Laura Isham says:

    I love daisies. They are friendly and cheerful. In the summer you can always find a bouquet in my house….usually hand picked by my boys!

  • 626
    Lea Ann H. says:

    My favorite flower is the Lady Di Rose. Just adore the peach tones of that one!

  • 627
    Loricabo says:

    I love the Columbine, our state flower. It is so pretty & delicate, yet also hardy. The purple & white is my favorite.

  • 628
    debra says:

    My favorite flowers are lilacs. Each year my husband picks a bouquet and brings them to me. I love that he remembers to do this each year!

  • 629
    Lee Anne says:

    Tulips are my favorite flower. I’ve loved them since I was a girl and watched my late-mother paint them all the time. The various colors and mixes of tulips always reminds me of her.

  • 630
    Elena says:

    My favorite flower is the peony because they are so romantic, elegant and fragrant!

  • 631
    Debbie says:

    My favorite flower is the buttercup/jonquil/narcissus…whatever you call it where you live. It is always one of the first flowers to bloom in the spring so I know that nice weather is on its way and wet gray winter is on its way out!

  • 632
    Cammie says:

    My favorite flower is a gardenia. I love the shape of the blossom, the purity of the white color, and the richness of its fragrance.

  • 633
    Keri says:

    I cannot pick!!! This whole release is calling to me! I will have to get them all….tonight…my birthday gift to me since at the stroke of midnight, they are released and it is the 21st anniversary of my 21st birthday! Way to go PTI!

  • 634

    Carnations…they’re beautiful and budget-friendly. What’s not to like about that?!?

  • 635

    My favorite flowers are daisies. When I first found out I was pregnant with my son, my husband and daughter gave me a small bunch of daisies to tell me congratulations.

  • 636
    Lynne G. says:

    Right now, my favorite flower is the lilac. I love the fragrance and the various purples and pinks they come in! They make the whole house smell wonderful!

  • 637

    My favorite flower is carnations. They are delicate yet strong and long lasting. My wedding bouquet (46yrs ago) was suppose to be all carnations. The florist wanted to surprise me and made it all roses with only a few carnations. I cried! She took it apart and used mostly carnations and a few rose. I will always love the look of carnations.

  • 638
    julie coit says:

    I love gerber daisys, they are so bright in colors that they just make you want to smile. How can you look a gerber daisy and not feel happy!!!

  • 639
    Kerry H says:

    Sweet Peas! My grandmother always grew them along the fence outside her old fashioned rose garden. The roses were beautiful and I would go along smelling them one by one, but I have never seen those fragrant, tumbling, colourful sweet peas in the summer sun quite the same way anywhere else – my Gran just had a knack with them!

  • 640
    Rachelle says:

    My favorite flower is lilacs. For one reason only…the fragrance. I love that smell every spring…ahhh…bliss.

  • 641
    christinem says:

    My favorite flower is the rose. I love how they smell and the different colors they come in.

  • 642
    Lori Oglesby says:

    That’s an easy one–the bluebonnet of course because I’m Texas girl!

  • 643
    Tami Grandi says:

    I love daisies- they are so simple and yet with so many colors they are truly beautiful!

  • 644
    Susan Rob says:

    My favorite flower is the hydrangea. I love the different colors they come in.

  • 645
    Jan Gilbert says:

    A crocus is my favorite flower, knowing that as soon as I see it popping up through the snow that spring is around the corner

  • 646
    Heather Arsenault says:

    Columbines are one of my favorite flowers. They come in pretty colors – pinks & purples. I love the daintiness of both the flowers and the foliage. I also have to mention pansies. They are so cheerful and are a harbringer of spring.

  • 647
    Sandye Curry says:

    My favorite flower without a doubt is the daisy! Yellow and orange are my favorite colors–so to me these flowers are just perfect. I think they are simplistic, but oh so pretty. They were the flowers that my bridesmaids carried in my wedding. I just love them:)

  • 648
    Lisa Park says:

    My favorite flower is garden balsam. When I was young, my grandmother always ground the flowers and leaves together and put them on my nails. It dyed my nails red and I thought that it was a permenant nail polish. I did same thing for my niece last summer.

  • 649
    Betsy Schumann says:

    My favorite flower is Lily of the Valley. We had them growing in our yard when I was little. They are so delicate and fragrant.

  • 650
    ValerieC says:

    I love Lilacs so much! Their fragance is amazing!! I wish they stayed around longer!!

  • 651
    Cathy says:

    My favorite flower is a rose. Love the look and smell.

  • 652
    CoreyW says:

    I love LOVE daisies! they are clean, crisp and FRESH! they just make me want the windows open, a breeze blowing, and a glass of sweet iced tea 🙂

  • 653
    Renate Hill says:

    Liliy of the Valley. It’s pure, dainty and has a wonderful fragrance. And it reminds me of my childhood when I went into the woodsevery year to pick a bunch of L.o.V. for Mothers’ Day’ 50 + years ago:-)

  • 654
    Alice Roushia says:

    My favorite flower is the Carnation. They seem to last a long time and keep their smell, which is so delightful. The mini carnations, dyed carnations, all of them. I have favored carnations as long as I can remember…and they were also my Mother’s favorite.

  • 655
    Rikka D. says:

    I love the peony. I grew up on a farm with rows of peonies in white, pink, and fuschia. I still remember picking large bouquets for my Mom!

  • 656
    Lizzie Jones says:

    I adore kermit mums. Their happy, bright green blooms always make me smile. You can’t frown in the presence of a bouquet of kermit mums. It simply can’t be done.

  • 657
    Bucky Katt says:

    Geraniums, my mum always had them inside in the winter and outside in the summer. Since winter was long and dark, it was wonderful to see them come to life in the spring and full bloom in the summer. My mum passed away several years ago and I have always kept geraniums around because they remind me of her.

  • 658
    Mindy W says:

    I love Lilly of the valley because of the delicacy of the tiny white bell shaped flowers and the wonderful scent. My parents used to have them and I would look forward to the annual bloom each summer, so they also bring back happy memories 🙂

  • 659
    Deb Griffin says:

    I love the fire and ice rose. The color combination of white and dark red are stunning!

  • 660
    Keisha H says:

    My favorite flower is the Calla Lilly and I’m not sure why. I’ve loved them since I was a little girl. I think they are just so elegant and beautiful.

  • 661
    Andrea McCulley says:

    My favorite flower is the peony. Ours are bright pink and a family heirloom from my husband’s side. I love their large blooms and wish they would bloom all summer!

  • 662
    mandy says:

    Gerber daisies. So simple, but bold & bright. They just look like a whole bunch of happy!!

  • 663
    Sheila M Jones says:

    Favourite is definitely the sweet pea! I adore its beauty, colour and particularly its wonderful scent. I had it in my wedding bouquet 25 years ago and I try to grow them every year (with varying success!)

  • 664
    peggy says:

    My favorite flower at the moment is the lilac. The fragrance brings back childhood memories of growing in Spokane, Washington and enjoying the wonderful Lilac Festival.

  • 665
    melissa king says:

    My favorite is sunflowers since they are so cheery and bright

  • 666
    Jessica C says:

    Gerber daisies! They’re so bright and cheerful!

  • 667
    Silke Ledlow says:

    My favorite flowers are white roses. I love how elegant and pure they look. Hugs ~S~

  • 668
    julie h says:

    Daisys are my favorite because they just make me happy. They are simple and sweet.

  • 669
    Linda Cushing says:

    Gladiolas are my favorite. My grandmother loved them and grew them in her garden every summer. Whenever I see one, I am reminded of her.

  • 670
    Kimberly S says:

    My favorite is the Mountain Laurel. It’s the state flower of Pa and is in all of my favorite camping spots.

  • 671
    Kara says:

    Tulips – have always loved them. There were so many in my wedding pictures, which made me love them more.

  • 672
    Erin Bigler says:

    Last year was my first attempt at gardening. I planted Hollyhocks from seed and they did well, and have come back again this year already, even bigger and stronger. So I’d have to say Hollyhocks!

  • 673
    JoAnna Rivera says:

    I love carnations, there is something about the way they smell like I just love 🙂

    This is a wonderful release, as always I want it all!!!!

  • 674
    Beverly LoPinto says:

    It’s hard to pick just one, but I love wild violets that come up in the spring because I remember as a child that they grew in our yard and I used to pick them and give them to my mom as a present. They have sweet memories for me.

  • 675
    Maureen says:

    My favorite flower is the daisy, it just makes me happy!

  • 676
    Robbie Baker says:

    I love peonies. The way they look and the incredible scent. They remind me of my Mom who has always grown them. They also make a really lovely bouquet.

  • 677

    My favorite flower is Lily of the Valley, there are so many dear memories of that sweet smell and those gorgeous bells that hang ever so gently! They remind me of my childhood with my Oma (grandma in German) She taught me the little things in life are worth enjoying!

  • 678
    Alice Lukasik says:

    My favorite flower is the Gerbera Daisy. Roses are a close second. I think they both come in such bright colors that they make me happy when I see them.

  • 679
    Cathy says:

    Daisies are my favorite flower because they are my birth month flower (April) and when I see them they remind me of Spring and new beginnings! 🙂

  • 680
    Ange Kelly says:

    mmm a rose … I love the scent!

  • 681
    Harriet Skelly says:

    My. Favorite flower is the iris. I love the different shades of colors and they’re so graceful.

  • 682
    Linda Klatch says:

    I would have to day Peony – because it so ruffle-y and has that awesome fragrance!

  • 683
    Carol R says:

    I love lilacs. They are survivors through tough winters, poor soil and droughts. Their fragrance is beautiful.

  • 684

    I’m not really sure I can pick one! I do love dahlias though!

  • 685
    nancy nelson says:

    Do I have to pick just one…well I would say a daisy it is simple and elegant at the same time a happy flower.

  • 686
    Laurie Hunt says:

    I love Irises. I love irises because they were my mom’s favorite flower and I really loved my mom. They remind me of her and it always makes my heart warm when I have them.

  • 687
    kathleena says:

    my favorite flower is a Gardenia. The scent reminds me of my grandmother, who had them in her yard.

  • 688
    Bonnie says:

    My favorite flower is the peony. I love all the beautiful layers.

  • 689
    Lea Lawson says:

    My favorite flower is a stargazer lily. I love the beautiful coloring they have, and they smell delicious! My husband has planted some in our flower garden (I have a black thumb), just for me!!

  • 690
    Elaine G says:

    I love flowers, but I think I would have to list Lily of the Valley as my favorite. They are so delicate and remind me of peacefullness – something the world could use more of!

  • 691
    Linda Suarez says:

    Yellow roses! I think because my mother always loved them … and yellow is one of my favorite colors.

  • 692
    Lesley says:

    My favourite flower is the parrot tulip. We used to have a flwoer shop and I just adored seeing these flowers in all their fab colours. Imagine my joy when a friend gaveme a gorgeous bunch of them for making her wedding invites for her. Bliss. Lesley

  • 693
    Jennifer L. says:

    My favorite flower is the tulip, with the daffodil being a close second. I love the soft shape of the tulip and its many colors. Plus it’s a sign that warm weather is coming!

  • 694
    Catherine J. says:

    I would have to say tulips are my favorite flowers. For me something about them reminds me of the most wonderful time of year for me which is spring. I also love their vibrant colors and the way that they are shaped.

  • 695
    Daniela says:

    Lilacs. I love the way they smell. I grew up with two trees outside our house. They would decorate our fence for May day. They remind me of my childhood and bring back wonderful memories.

  • 696
    Donelle U says:

    I love lilacs because the smell reminds me of my grandmother!

  • 697
    darlene says:

    Daisies.. because they just look happy and give out hope. 🙂

  • 698
    Lola G. says:

    I’m really torn on this one –do I go with jasmine, because of the exquisite fragrance that transports me back to time spent in India, or the bearded irises that are each amazing in themselves? I think tonight it’s the exotic jasmine…..

  • 699
    Susan Polk says:

    My favorite flower would have to be a peony. I can remember the first time I saw one in a vase. It was the most beautiful thing I’d ever seen

  • 700
    Kerry from PA says:

    That’s like asking me what my favorite PTI set is. Among my top favorites are lilacs, roses, hyacinths, dahlias, snapdragons, larkspur, petunias and cosmos. I love the fragrance of lilacs, roses and hyacinths. I love all the colors in the others.

  • 701
    Erin says:

    Sunflowers are my favorite just because they make me happy, bright colors, cheerful, but I really like ALL flowers!!

  • 702
    Heather P. says:

    It is soooo hard to pick a favourite flower but I would have to say roses.

  • 703
    Kirsty says:

    Hydrangeas. Love the color & the huge flower heads.

  • 704
    Caroline says:

    The English cottage charm of Foxglove! I love the shades of pink, lavender and creamy white. Each bloom on the stem is a magical fairy hat! The bees have great fun playing hide and seek as they gather nectar!

  • 705
    Moira says:

    I would have to say lilacs. I love the scent and the different varietal shadings from white to purple in this flower.

  • 706
    Betty says:

    My favorite flower is the hydrangea. I love this flower because it takes a lot of little smaller flowers to create the whole flower cluster. Each section is needed to make the whole. I also love that the soil can determine the color.

  • 707
    Anna K. says:

    Lilacs because their scent is better than anything! I look forward to the week or so they bloom in my yard each year. I even scheduled and themed my wedding around them! 🙂

  • 708
    Becky P. says:

    My favorite flower is a gerbera daisy. Every time I see one, it puts a smile on my face. It is just a happy, bright and gorgeous flower!

  • 709
    PeggyS says:

    My favorite flower is the tulip. I love the variety of colors. I visited Iowa once and went to a tulip festival and it was wonderful. Tulips everywhere. What could be more beautiful.
    God bless,
    PeggyS

  • 710

    It’s hard to name just one flower but I guess it would have to be Lily of the Valley, I love the dainty look of the blossoms, plus it’s the flower for May…my birthday!

  • 711
    Barb Ferber says:

    Iris..it was my Dad’s favorite. He always wanted to have a garden full of them in every color.

  • 712
    Bonnie Holitzki says:

    Lol, I love this question!! Well my favorite flower is Yellow roses…. and the reason why is this: When my grandson was 2yrs old, It was Valentines day and he was shopping at the dollar store with his mom and would not leave the store because he wanted to buy Nanny a “lellow wose” . lol
    He brought it over to me for Valentines day and I even have a picture of him with it.
    Lol, and of course I scrapbooked it.
    Good luck everyone!!!!

  • 713

    My favorite flowers are Lilies of the Valley. My mom and I used to pick them together when we went camping when I was younger. I loved that. I can’t wait for release tonight!

  • 714
    Elizabeth B. says:

    I think I would have to say the tulip is my favorite flower. I’ve always loved tulips! There would be several runners up because I love flowers in general. Thanks for another fabulous release!

  • 715
    Gail E says:

    I love Lily of the Valley. We used to sing a song about them when I was a young girl in Sunday school and I’ve loved them ever since.

  • 716
    Elissa says:

    Daffodils are my favorite! I love them because they are so cheerful! ;o)

  • 717
    Diane S. (momoffive) says:

    My favorite flower is the giant zinnia. Shortly after we were married we had our entire front garden covered in them. Beautiful!

  • 718
    Isabel Z says:

    My favorite flower is freesia because it’s the flower that we used at our wedding 23 years ago.

  • 719
    Adrienne says:

    Hydrangeas and peonies….so much beauty wrapped up in those two flowers… Carnations too – they are my birth flower so white carnations are lovely.

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    Betty says:

    i love violets – my dad would take my sisters and to this park by the mississippi river to pick violets for my mother every year in spring. my mom had a northeast window in her kitchen where she pots and pots of violets that thrived living there. violets have bring a lovely memory of my mom.

  • 721
    Karin says:

    Absolutely love orchids…exotic and the colors are amazing. They were my mom’s favorite also, and when she passed away, all of my plants bloomed at the same time. I had never been able to get them to bloom.

  • 722
    Vanessa says:

    Orange roses, when my hubbie brings me flowers they are orange roses. Makes me think of him!

  • 723
    Linda says:

    My favorite flower is the Lily of the Valley. My Mom had them growing in the yard
    when I was little. She help me make a boquet of them for The Blessed Mother statue
    for our May Procession at school.

  • 724
    Bernadette L says:

    I love flowers so it’s hard to pick a favorite. On top of the list are tulips. They come in so many gorgeous colors. Love how simple and beautiful they are.

  • 725
    Nancy Thomas says:

    I find something to like about every flower but my very favorite of all is a single red rose. I was 17 years old when my beloved grandfather passed away and the song I remember most at his funeral was “one red rose”.