|Back view (showing one of the unopened flowers)|
|Top view (showing another unopened flower)|
The Grevillea bloom complements the rest of the cast but doesn't overwhelm any of them. In fact, some of the other plant materials, like the Nandina berries, had to be shifted about so they didn't steal the stage. Here's a closer look at what I included:
|Clockwise from top left: Grevillea 'Peaches & Cream', Coprosma repens 'Inferno', Leucadendron salignum 'Chief', Leucodendron 'Wilson's Wonder', berries of Nandina domestica, and noID Narcissus|
The vase assumed the position occupied by last week's arrangement in the front entry. As expected, the Calliandra (pink powder puff) blooms in last week's vase survived only a few days but the rest of the plant material carried on for the balance of the week. I wonder if I can expect more of the Grevillea?
Visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden, the host of "In a Vase on Monday" to see what she and other gardeners have going on this week.
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