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Tag Archives: In a Vase on Monday
Sometimes it’s where the vase is that’s more important than what’s in it! Glass candle-holder filled with wish rocks.
Roses and Asters in a ceramic stein made in Belgium. Dad shipped a pitcher and four steins to Mom when he was serving in Europe during WWII. The rain started falling Sunday morning and the scent of Autumn is in … Continue reading
Roses seem to be the last of the lovelies blooming now. Once again they are served up in the crystal vase with Hebe ‘variegata’ as background. Rudbeckia is fading and Echinacea heads are drying — ready for migrating finches to … Continue reading
My roses are still blooming and this Rosa ‘Double Delight’ seemed a nice feature for today’s vase. I liked the creamy color of the Hebe ‘Variegata’ as an accent in a crystal vase — my favorite for holding stems upright. Smoke … Continue reading
After walking the grounds for a half hour, I decided to engage this eclipse of moon over sun from my west-facing deck. In the process of surveying for my spot, I snipped some fresh Hydrangea and Rudbeckia blossoms to make a vase for … Continue reading
My dear neighbor, Carolyn has a lovely bed of mini-roses. As a thank you for a neighborhood party I hosted on Saturday, she brought me this sweet posy. For more flower arrangement and gardening inspiration please visit Cathy at Rambling … Continue reading