Here's what I included:
- Abelia x grandiflora 'Hopley's Variegated' and 'Kaleidoscope'
- Argyrantemum frutescens 'Butterfly'
- Narcissus (no ID)
- Rosa 'Buttercream'
- Solanum xanti 'Mountain Pride'
|The stems in the first 2 photos both come from Abelia 'Hopley's Variegated' and the stems shown in the 3rd photo came from 'Kaleidoscope'|
|The always useful Argyranthemum 'Butterfly'|
|Although I'm usually meticulous about keeping a record of what I plant, I fall flat when it comes to bulbs - my best guess is that these are Narcissus 'White Lion'|
|'Buttercream' rose, inherited with the house|
|Solanum xanti, a California native has bloomed continuously since I planted it in early November (but it's hard to photograph so please excuse my fuzzy photo)|
I have no experimental or secondary vases to offer this week. My yellow and purple concoction landed on the dining room table.
Visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden to see her vase and find links to the contributions of other gardeners. Best wishes for a wonderful week. We have a chance of rain to look forward to here, unusual for April - my area isn't expected to get much but every drop that falls on the state of California is welcome!
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