Vase #1 is the most ambitious:
|This could be either the front or the back but this side of the arrangement highlights Grevillea 'Peaches & Cream'|
|While this side gives the pale yellow Eustoma greater opportunity to flaunt her stuff|
|Clockwise from the left, the vase contains: Eustoma grandiflorum, Abelia 'Kaleidoscope', Achillea 'Appleblossom', Correa 'Wyn's Wonder', Grevillea 'Peaches & Cream', Nandina domestica berries, and Tanacetum parthenium|
Vase #2 is the simplest:
|It may not be immediately evident but this vase contains 3 different tonal variations of pink Eustoma|
|Clockwise from the left, the vase contains: 3 variations of pink Eustoma grandiflorum (only 2 of which are shown in close-up), Coprosma repens 'Plum Hussey', Gomphrena globosa 'Fireworks', and Helichrysum petiolare minus 'Silver Mist'|
Vase #3 features the last of the purplish blue Eustoma:
|The blue Eustoma are looking a trifle ragged but I thought them worthy of one last hurrah|
|The plant I call "hairy blue eyeballs" was moved to the back of the vase as its dusty white color doesn't show to advantage next to the bright white of the daisies I included|
|This final vase contains: Eustoma grandiflorum, Barleria obtusa, Globularia x indubia, Leucadendron 'Pisa', and Salvia chamaedryoides 'Marine Blue'|
Last week's succulent-topped pumpkin has been moved aside for the time being to give me sufficient space to scatter this week's vases throughout the house.
To see how Cathy is celebrating her third "IaVoM" anniversary, visit her at Rambling in the Garden.
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