And yes, with the dew on the flowers, I went into the garden still in dressing gown. I am giving myself a slow start this morning, as I spent some time gazing out of the back bedroom window at the sight of the lunar eclipse...It was wonderful.
Again in the little green vase with holes, few flowers, but with some pretty foliage. You can tell that yesterday I spent some time looking at the wonderful artistic arrangements at the Malvern Autumn Show! However, no oasis, no pins, just the material from the garden.
Feverfew, Nasturtiums, Helenium Sahins Early flowerer, stem heads of white flowering agapanthus with any odd seed heads removed, the black leaves are Ophiopogon planicapus niger, the long green and yellow leaves from a low carex morrowii variegata , stems from Geranium Blue Sunrise, and another one name unknown, shoots from Phuopsis stylosa because of their lovely green and structure.
My little brass snail picked up somewhere...probably a car boot sale.
Cathy is showing how you can use flowers which you never would have thought of putting in a vase. We are sharing what is in our gardens and coming up with delightful arrangements, well worth looking at.