acid bottle, blue glass bottle, Darsham Nurseries, Hosta praying hands, in a vase on Monday, July, perennial sweet peas, Verbena bonariensis
I have missed joining Cathy in her weekly meme but today I have got a bit of time at home to join her.
Firstly is a sprig of Verbena bonariensis in a Japanese Tom-thumb sized pot which I acquired at Darsham nurseries , Suffolk. It reminds me of the pebbles on the beach.
So not much picking or arranging involved but pleasing to my eye at least.
In the garden shelter I have an old acid bottle, don’t you?
into which I have picked flowers from Hosta Praying hands.
I am not really a fan of Hosta flowers as I think they detract from the beauty of the leaves so I snipped them and plonked them in the bottle.
My neighbour gave me a bunch of her perennial sweet peas. Pretty and pink, I have them in a blue glass bottle outside.
Aren’t they sweet.
Now do take a look at Cathy’s blog and look at some of the other lovely arrangements.
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