Flowers on the Oregon Coast

The past weekend, my husband and I took a much needed break from parenting life and went to stay at the beach in Seaside, Oregon, with help from a gracious gift from husbsters mom.

One of my favorite things to do is to photograph the lovely flower beds coastal cities create. I find that in Cannon Beach and Seaside, Oregon, charming flowers are blooming in all seasons. Here is a peek at what was blooming in mid March.

Seaside, Oregon

Daffodils were abundant
A charming container of violets and euphorbia
A nearby view from where we stayed

Seaside beaches with Tillamook Head in the back ground

In Cannon Beach, I found many pretty blooms and gardens.

Euphorbia
A very early daisy
Hellebore, a large planting

An island of winter heather
Sunny Daffodils
Geraniums that wintered over
A lovely color contrast of the heuchera and violets
And finally, a view of Haystack Rock from our long and deliciously sunny beach walk.


The hubster and I concluded that we really needed to take a date weekend more often. We had a wonderful time.

Cheers, Jenni

P.S. Happy First Day of Spring!

Comments

  1. I am now officially homesick for Cannon Beach! Maybe I told you before...I went to Ecola Hall Bible School 20 years ago, and was just out there in October, 2009. What a beautiful place! Glad you had a nice getaway! That Heuchera is just fabulous!!

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    1. I love to visit Cannon Beach as often as I can :)

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  2. Lucky you! What a perfect place for a date weekend. I just love it down there. We've just been there a couple of times, but the gardens and container plantings are one of the things that stand out in my memory of being there.

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  3. I haven't been to Cannon Beach for a long time............
    Your pictures made me want to go again. Perfect for the first day of spring!

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  4. That daisy looks like an osteospernum! There are certainly flowers that you don't usually see flowering at the same time!

    I'm sure you now have very recharged batteries.

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  5. So glad you were able to get away...I agree with you on those coastal towns, they always have the MOST charming little gardens. Makes me want to move there even more!

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    1. Scott, I always tease my husband that should we win the lottery (haha) I'm buying a house in Cannon Beach!

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  6. So glad you got some time to yourselves, and got away for a while. The beach is such a relaxing and romantic setting. Loved all the flowers, but that heuchera and violets is stunning!

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  7. Nothing like a mini vacation. The flower photos are great. The last photo is my favorite. Glad you got some fun time.

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  8. I like the ocean when it's a bit misty and rough. I must get down to the coast before summer arrives bringing with it the hordes of litterers!

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    1. Anytime before June is good. We were surprised by the chilly weather, but when the sun came out, it was divine!

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  9. Great photos, looks like a wonderful place to visit. The last photo is amazing!

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  10. Your photos are awesome and are making me so want to go to Cannon Beach, it has been way too long :)

    I love all the plants you have to put in your new garden, it is going to look so wonderful :)

    My son was at the coast all last week mentoring at outdoor school, this is the 7th or 8th time he has been, it is always an adventure :)

    Have a lovely Evening, cheers, T. :)

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  11. I'm a new follower to your blog. My husband and I always wanted to visit the Oregon Coast. Your photos are beautiful! I'm looking forward to reading your posts.

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