Although the garden is in full on bloom (complete with 7′ stalks of lilies!) I thought I would highlight what you can do with seedpods and a bit of Lady’s Mantle. The container is a repurposed copper mug that lost its handle.
Sometimes the simplest things are the best. A square tank vase with a touch of rose quartz and hydrangeas just coming in punctuated by blue clematis.
I have some volunteer poppies in the garden, so poppies at various stages in a cherry bark vase form this week’s arrangement.
June’s exuberance in a simple glass ginger-style vase. A riot of color in flowers such as roses, alstromeria, hosta leaves, hydrangea, penstemons. Dahlias Dicentra scandens (vining dicentra) Orlaya grandiflower, white lace flower and a few others!
Nothing easier than a vase full of rhodies and a bit of spirea. The Pacific NW is rhodie country and our garden has five mature specimens. June is busting out all over the garden. Roses, clematis, alstromeria and much more. There is so much to chose from right now it’s difficult to keep up. […]
If you go to a local garden store in these heady days of spring you’re likely to encounter pretty much all the colors of the rainbow and then some. But blue flowers, true blue flowers are the least common. Blue flowers tend more to purple in general which is why I grow these lovelies […]
There are a few things in our garden that remain as we found them. Rhododendrons that put on their show in May, a snowball bush, some orange azaleas, and an old pink, climbing rose. The rose is in a difficult location. It gets dappled sun in the morning and afternoon and is always stretching to […]