|Clematis terniflora climbing up the arbor on the south side of the house|
I've also had another flush of bloom on the pink-tinged, pale yellow Eustoma grandiflorum (Lisianthus), which I thought would pair well with the delicate flowers of the clematis.
|Unfortunately, photographing an arrangement with such pale colors in a mostly white kitchen doesn't show it to great advantage|
The new vase displaced the red hot arrangement from last week. (The Leucadendrons held up but most of the other plants did not.) The soft colors of the new arrangement may conjure images of spring for some viewers but as fall is widely referred to here as our "second spring," the vase seems season-appropriate to me.
|New vase on the dining room table|
Visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden, our "IaVoM" host, to find more vases created from materials sourced from contributors' own gardens. Best wishes for a great week to all. I hope all of you in the US eastern seaboard are safe and not waterlogged.
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