|I created 3 coordinated, but not identical, vases|
The vases contain different foliage but the same 3 floral elements:
Here's a closer look at the individual vases, each of which manages to project a slightly different personality.
|In addition to Violas, Narcissus and Gomphrena, this vase includes Pseuderanthemum atropupureum 'Texas Tri-star' and Coleonema pulchellum 'Sunset Gold'|
|The extra elements in the green vase are leatherleaf fern (Rumorha adiantiformis) and Abelia 'Confetti'|
|The only divergent element in the yellow vase is Erysimum linifolium 'Variegatum'|
I couldn't find a good place to arrange all 3 vases as a group so they ended up in different spots.
|The dining room table|
|The mantle in the master bedroom|
|And the desk in my home office|
Last week's arrangement held up amazingly well, although the flowers of Grevillea 'Peaches & Cream' are now starting the fall apart. There are still lots of flowers on the shrub but I couldn't bear to cut any more.
|Gratuitous photo of my beautiful Grevillea 'Peaches & Cream' in the front garden|
Visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden to find what she and other gardeners have managed to put together from materials in their gardens this week.
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