Included in the vase are:
- Argyranthemum frutescens 'Butterfly'
- Heuchera (no ID, possibly one of the Canyon series)
- Leucadendron salignum ' Chief'
- Ribes viburnifolium, aka Catalina Perfume, an evergreen form
- Rosa 'Joseph's Coat'
|The unidentified Heuchera inherited with the house|
|A fuzzy photo of the Leucadendron blooms (you can see better ones here)|
|The tiny flowers of Ribes viburnifolium are hard to photograph and close-ups like this one make it appear they have some kind of white fuzz but these flecks are part of the stem's structure|
|The 'Joseph's Coat' rose, accompanied here by the yellow Argyranthemum, is a deep coral pink at its peak|
|Earlier stages of bloom - these 2 flowers are on the same stem|
I tried the vase in a couple of settings.
Visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden to discover what she's arranged or, as she prefers to put it, "plonked" in a vase this Monday. If you've assembled a vase from materials in your garden, link up!
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