~ In A Vase On Monday ~ Tulips Inside ~

With no bright sunlight or warmth outside, in order to see what my new tulips look like once opened, I picked three blossoms. To add some other texture and color I added lilac, red-flowering currant and brunnera stems.


The vase is a pottery piece I recently purchased at an art gallery in Long Beach, WA.


Brunnera Jack Frost, Ribes sanguinium, Syringa vulgaris and generic Tulipa

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The tulips are from an generic assortment I planted last fall. Thanks to Cathy at Rambling in the Garden for the excuse I needed to brave the cold and create a bouquet to photograph!

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1 Response to ~ In A Vase On Monday ~ Tulips Inside ~

  1. Cathy says:

    Your close-ups of the tulips are gorgeous – love the white one with the pointy petals – and your blooms pick out the colours of your new vase really well ps there was a mistake with the link to your blog from mine but I have edited the comment and corrected it

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