In a vase….

Last weeks stir fry in a vase only lasted 1 day we had it for dinner last Wednesday, it was a bit of fun and what I had in the garden.

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This meme has me looking at my garden in a different way, I’m looking to cut greenery and bring it inside.  I love having flowers inside and in the past would buy them and not cut what’s in the garden, I have read on other gardeners blogs that I am not alone in this ‘phenomenon’.

In the middle of winter, what is flowering very well are the  Osteopernum’s, I have never thought to use them as a cut flower until today!  In my vase today are:

  • Osteopernum 3D
  • Gaura dark pink
  • Dianthus sweet william

I have used a small round vase and with the left overs used a very small milk bottle like what we used to get in primary school when they delivered milk (that was along time ago…)

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Thanks to Cathy for developing this thought provoking and enjoyable group where we all post what we have found for our vases.

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11 thoughts on “In a vase….

  1. They’re lovely vases 🙂 great colour combinations – I’ve got sweet william growing happily in my garden but my Osteopernum are a bit sulky – think it’s been too wet this July 😦 but they’re only tender plants here in N England – but I love daisy style flowers so always find space for them in the garden.
    It’s making me smile that they’re all growing happily in your winter – so different from our winters in Manchester in the UK. have a lovely week.
    love Bec xx

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  2. So pretty! I love your combination of vases and the beautiful flowers. We grow the Guara here (though I don’t have any) and the Dianthus- but I’ve not seen the Osteopernum 3D. They make a lovely combination 😉 Where do you garden? Thank you for visiting FG today, and for leaving a ‘like’ so I could find you 🙂 Best wishes, WG

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  3. That is an amazing variety of flowers for a winter vase!! More like late summer in England. I like the contrast of the two vases and the way you have used the height of the gaura – very effective.

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