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Yellow, Spring’s Signature Color

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Doesn’t yellow just signal spring to you? Perhaps because it is the first color that dots the bare landscape, from daffodils (above) to forsythia (below). And this year, (fingers crossed!), it just may be an early spring…or at least the groundhog thinks so. Whether it is or isn’t, I’m betting that you just may welcome a post right now devoted to this happy color. My images are from many spots — of course, Newport, but also Dallas and England, to name a few… Come along!

Hello to my friends at Blenheim!

Photo Credit: ©Blenheim Palace

Here’s to spring!

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Bettie Bearden Pardee

About Bettie Bearden Pardee

Author of Private Newport and Living Newport, garden furniture designer (The Parterre Bench), national lecturer, and entertaining expert. An honoree for the second year on "The Salonniere 100 America's Best Party Hosts", she was also the host and creative producer of "The Presidential Palate: Entertaining at the White House".

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