Eight years ago I converted a swath of my front lawn into flower beds, with the purpose of creating a perennial border of bird and butterfly friendly plants. Today’s salt glaze pottery vase holds blossoms from those gardens.
Black-eyed Susan, Coneflowers, Bee Balm and Mallow — all easy to grow and self perpetuating with a little help from the gardener. Hope you enjoy these as much as the bees do!
Although Cathy at Rambling in the Garden suggested Japanese ikebana style vases for this week, I chose to stick with what’s blooming in my gardens today. Please check out her meme to see her vase and that of others.