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9 places to find some flower power

After what seemed like an endless winter, it’s finally time to enjoy the pretty blooms. Whether your garden is indoors, outdoors or virtual, there are as many ways to enjoy your favorite flowers as there are petals in a spring bouquet.

Coasting with Rifle Paper Co.

Rest your sweetest seasonal drink on one of
Photo Credit: Rifle Paper Co.

Rest your sweetest seasonal drink on one of these herb garden everyday coasters from the Rifle Paper Co., of Winter Park, Florida. The set includes four coasters and a pretty box to keep them in. $14 at riflepaperco.com

Wallflowers from 20x200

There may not be a garden view from
Photo Credit: 20x200.com/Jens Mohr

There may not be a garden view from your window, but you can have one on your wall with the lush, overflowing blooms in this vintage "Flowers in a Glass Bowl" by Rachel Ruysch. Born in 1664, Ruysch's work was once so popular it sold for twice the price of a Rembrandt. Starting at $24 for an 8-by-10- print at 20x200.com

suckUK gardener's notebook

This bound Gardener Notebook, designed by Nick Forrester,
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This bound gardener's notebook, designed by Nick Forrester, features more than 300 pages of tips, tricks and plenty of blank pages for your own green-thumbed insights. Use it to log crop cycles, track watering schedules and record all your most memorable gardening moments. Available in green or black. $35 at suck.uk.com

Blossom wallpaper from Home Depot

Fill a whole room with flowers with this
Photo Credit: The Home Depot

Fill a whole room with flowers with this Global Chic Graceful Garden wallpaper. Available in six different colorways, the pearl-accented paper features easy-to-use Sure Strip adhesive backing, and cleans up with soap and water. From $48.10 per 56-foot roll at homedepot.com

Petal power from JCPenney

Even couch potatoes can enjoy a leisurely bike
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Even couch potatoes can enjoy a leisurely bike ride through a field of flowers with this JCPenney Home  rectangular throw pillow. The 12-by-20-inch polyester pillow is spot-cleanable and features woven fabric on both sides. $34 at jcpenney.com

Can-do attitude from Michaels

You could use this galvanized watering can with
Photo Credit: Michaels Stores

You could use this galvanized watering can with Writing by Ashland to water a whole field of flowers, but the gray 11.5-inch-long tin can makes a lovely vase even if gardening isn't your thing. $14.99 in-store only at Michaels Stores

Herbal tease from Chef'n

You don't need to have a green thumb
Photo Credit: Chef’n/Adrian Delsi

You don't need to have a green thumb to grow a kitchen full of fresh herbs with this large self watering herb planter from Chef'n. The ceramic pot waters itself via wicks from the water in the lower container. The planter is dishwasher safe. $29.99 at chefn.com

Bold plated from Anthropologie

Bring some blooms to dinner with these Paint
Photo Credit: Anthropologie

Bring some blooms to dinner with these Paint + Petals melamine dinner plates. The bright, colorful designs make any meal more cheerful, and the dishwasher-safe melamine makes them a perfect addition to your outdoor dining events. Not microwaveable. $10 each at anthropologie.com

Kate Spade's sweet dreams

Fall asleep atop soft magnolia blossoms with this
Photo Credit: Kate Spade New York

Fall asleep atop soft magnolia blossoms with this floral duvet set. Full, queen and king sets include one duvet and two standard shams; twin sets comes with one sham. From $100 at katespade.com

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