|Grevillea 'Superb' set the color palette for this vase|
|In retrospect, the vase could have used more splashes of the gold color provided by the Lotus berthelotii featured in the back view|
Once again, my second vase features colors at the other end of the spectrum.
|New blooms on the Osteospermum 'Violet Ice' in my front garden set the stage for this vase|
|The back view shows the brownish red color on the back sides of the flowers of Osteospermum 'Berry White', which is echoed in the flower spikes of the 'African Blue Basil'|
|Clockwise from the upper left, this vase contains: Osteospermum 'Berry White', O. 'Violet Ice', Lobularia maritima, Lotus jacobaeus, Ocimum hybrid 'African Blue Basil', and Erigeron glaucus 'Wayne Roderick'|
Much as I'd like to see cooler weather and rain, it's probably a good thing that it's warm and dry. My husband has a project going, one that involved drilling a hole through the wall at the front of the house.
|All I said was that our upright vacuum is very heavy to use and now my husband is installing a central vacuum system that involves tearing into walls and ceiling soffits|
There may be some rain coming in mid-February. Hopefully, the project will be done by then.
Visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden to see what other IaVoM contributors have got in their vases this week.
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