I've been encouraged by looking to see what other people have posting, Rambling in the Garden is a favourite.
Today the garden yielded so much, that again it is two little vases:
Can a pewter tankard be a vase? Of course, but with no beer, or maybe beer is good for flowers?
Rose Crown Princess Margareta, Blue Centaurea Montana, Geranium Ibericum, and the 'Chelsea Chop' of the sedum. They were just the right green, and helped to keep the roses firmly balanced in the mug.
One of my favourite places to place a small bunch of flowers is by my Terracotta Soldier, which I brought all the way from China hand luggage, many moons ago.
The next arrangement is really just to try some blooms to see whether they hold, and how they will perform perfume wise.
Self seeded love in the mist, Centaurea Montana Alba, sprigs of parahebe, but the petals are already falling, Rose Princess Ann, Astrantia Major, Clematis, name not known, leaves and flowers of various Heuchera, Valeriana officinalis, and Dicentra Eximia commonly called Fringed Bleeding Heart, and I almost missed the two leaves of Hart's tongue fern.
Tomorrow is my Old Friend Rita's Birthday, but lucky for her, she has been whisked away by her daughter for a little holiday. I have just heard this, which is why I had made two posies, one to take over to her with a card.