|There's no orange here, where the dark blue Eustoma grandiflorum (Lisianthus) is front and center|
|Nor here in the back, where Leucanthemum x superbum shows off|
|Nope, it looks like blue and yellow with a touch of white|
|Clockwise from the left, the vase contains: Eustoma grandiflorum, Achillea 'Moonshine', Barleria obtusa, the ruffled form of Leucanthemum x superbum, Senna bicapsularis, Symphyotrichum chilensis, and Vitex trifolia purpurea|
Maybe I can blame it on the Eustoma grandiflorum. The flowers practically beg to be picked and even I believe they'll tucker out and pack it in any day.
|Front view of the pink and white ensemble|
|Clockwise from the upper right, this vase contains: cherry, pink and white forms of Eustoma grandiflorum, Abelia x grandiflora; Gomphrena decumbens 'Itsy Bitsy', and Pentas 'Kaleidoscope Appleblossom'|
There was one surprise as I passed through the garden in my flower-cutting frenzy. I saw the first bloom on my noID Camellia sasanqua. With the vicious Santa Ana winds expected to return tomorrow and temperatures forecast to zoom back up into the low 90sF (32+C), I thought there'd be no point in leaving the Camellia in place to wither so I clipped it too.
|The Camellia was tucked into a tiny vase with a few leftover stems of Abelia and Leucadendron 'Pisa'|
The 3 vases found spots in the usual places.
For more vases, visit our "IaVoM" host, Cathy at Rambling in the Garden.
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