I spent time weeding and cleaning things up at the bottom of the slope over the weekend, where I noticed several Calla lilies (Zantedeschia aethiopica) in bloom so they were the natural choice as the focal point for this week's vase. In addition to the Callas, I included:
- Coleonema album
- Narcissus, dwarf (noID)
|Common Calla lilies|
|Coleonema album, which is currently in full bloom|
|These yellow Freesias differ slightly in color, with the one on the left reading as a clear yellow and the one on the right as gold, although the photos above don't show the difference well|
|My noID dwarf daffodils began blooming just days ago|
The new bouquet took the place of last week's vase at the front entryway. That vase, featuring Grevillea 'Superb,' lasted nearly a week. The vase containing Cymbidium stems, created for my post on February 16th, is still on the dining room table, still looking almost as it did then.
|New vase in position near the front door|
Visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden to find her newest creation and links to the contributions of other gardeners. If you have a vase created from materials in your own garden, link up!
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