Nine years ago, Elizabeth Moyer from Pretty Pink Tulips decided to plant pink tulip bulbs along the front and side of her house. This became a tradition, her outdoor “signature,” and the inspiration for the name of her fabulous blog. She now plants over 1,000 tulip bulbs each year year. A fellow native Texan, Elizabeth lives in a beautiful Colonial style home in New York State where she is passionate about living, giving, and entertaining with style and grace. While tulip season has come to an end, I wanted to share highlights of Elizabeth’s gardens from this year and years past… Enjoy!
Prior to tulip season, Elizabeth’s daffodils bloom just in time for Easter. Yellow is everywhere in her yard between the daffodils and the forsythia. The tulips are starting to come up, but they don’t bloom for another two to three weeks….
Each season I await anxiously to see the new blooms in Elizabeth’s gardens. Her home is meticulously landscaped and beautifully decorated to welcome them all. For continual updates, please follow Elizabeth on Instagram and via her blog, Pretty Pink Tulips.
I always look forward in seeing Elizabeth Moyer’s landscaping and tulips every spring. Spectacular! Every season her home and yard is beautiful! Such a nice tribute to her in doing this article about her lovely home.
Does she take the tulips out of the ground each year and replant in fall or do these tulips not require this? Gorgeous!!!!
I am absolutely blown away and flattered beyond measure to be appearing on The Glam Pad today!!! Thank you for this honor and for sharing my pretty pink tulips with your readers!!!
And, in answer to your reader above….it really is a labor of love, as we replant the bulbs each fall. Tulips rarely grow back with such vigor, so each October the planting happens underneath my window boxes filled with pumpkins!
From one relocated Texan to another….THANK YOU!!!
Your tulips are absolutely beautiful. I have pink in my yard. I love white flowers with pink. I planted bulbs for the first time this year, and the are starting to sprout up. Thanks for the lovely pictures.
Elizabeth does an amazing job inside and out of her beautiful home. She is an amazing lady!
What a treat to see my friend Elizabeth’s beautiful gardens featured here!! She is as lovely as her tulips and her gardens! Have a wonderful weekend! xoxo
I saw your spread in May ’18 Better Homes and Gardens then looked at your blog. Just beautiful; you and your husband have done a wonderful job. Can you tell me where I could buy the metal globes that are in your black urns. Thank you, Kate Duda
Where did you get your black iron patio set?