Top Ten: Spring 2018 Puzzles

I don’t know what the weather’s been like where you live, but here in Pennsylvania, it’s ranged from six inches of powdery snow to 78 degrees to heavy rain with a single week. It’s nearly the end of February and I’m ready for spring!

Whatever your weather is like, you can enjoy an early spring on the puzzle table. In this list I’ve gathered some old and new favorites that will bring sunshine and spring flowers to your home. These puzzles are all in stock at Puzzle Warehouse.

14. “Spring”, Pieter Bruegel, D-Toys (1000 pieces)

This fine art puzzle will have you dreaming of springtime gardening. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

13. “Garden Colors” by Lori Shory, Sunsout (1000 pieces)

Enjoy a little tropical paradise with this colorful image. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

12. “Nordic Morning” and “Mountain Retreat” by Dominic Davison, Eurographics (1000 pieces)

These two landscapes celebrate the beauty of the mountains in the spring.   (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)   Nordic Morning also comes in 300 pieces here.

11. “Lakeside Cottage” by Steve Crisp, White Mountain (1000 pieces)

Take a stroll through an English village at springtime.  (Click them image below to see it on Puzzle Warehouse.)

10. “Spring” and “Among the Visteria” by Vincente Romero, Educa (1000 pieces)

These two lovely feminine themed puzzles will remind you of warm spring days. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

9. “The Language of Flowers”, Eurographics (1000 pieces)

This flower flowchart will get you ready for spring flower spotting. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

8. “Red Poppies” by Jane Crowther, Heye (1000 pieces)

This Heye puzzle is filled with summer cheer. The repeating red poppies are fun to assemble. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

8. “Garden Birds”, Willow Creek Press (1000 pieces)

I adore the art style on this image and the large variety of colors and textures in the birds and flowers. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

7. “Flower Seed Catalogue”, Eurographics (1000 pieces)

If you’re dreaming of your coming garden, this puzzle will scratch the itch for a little while. 🙂 (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

6. “Garden Gate” by Aimee Stewart, Buffalo Games (500 pieces)

This 500 piece puzzle has loads of different flowers and birdhouses to hold your interest. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

5. “The Golden Mean” by Julia Zanes, Pomegranate, (1000 pieces)

A stunning fine art garden scene from the superb Pomegranate. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

4. “Haru No Uta” (2000 pieces) and “Seika Umbrella” (1000 pieces), Eurographics

Both of these Japanese art puzzles are overflowing with spring blossoms. Pick your preferred level of challenge. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

3. “A woodland Trail”, Jumbo (1000 pieces)

A love this soft woodland scene. So much color and detail!  (Click them image below to see it on Puzzle Warehouse.)

2. “Inspirations of Spring” by Chuck Pinson, Buffalo Games (1000 pieces)

It doesn’t get any more spring-like than this gorgeous Chuck Pinson which grabs our #2 spot!  (Click them image below to see it on Puzzle Warehouse.)

1. “Flower Shop” by Steve Crisp, White Mountain (1000 pieces)

My top pick is this flower shop scene stuffed full of different flower colors and textures. The fine detail makes this a winner.  (Click them image below to see it on Puzzle Warehouse.)

Do you have a favorite spring puzzle I missed? Let our readers know in the comments below.

JJ

3 responses to Top Ten: Spring 2018 Puzzles

  1. Catherine Brown says:

    This looks a fabulous puzzle,wish they had this one in the Uk 🇬🇧

  2. Carole says:

    Are many I would love to have..but I am in Canada and shipping from the Warehouse is not for me..price goes up on many puzzles as soon as they appear on a Canadian site.

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