The first vase, featuring Ceanothus and Echium, bears some similarity to the vase I created 2 weeks ago but this one has its own personality.
|I kept to blue and white flowers this time around|
|In addition to white flowers, I used the variegated foliage of a Westringia to lighten up the arrangement|
|As white flowers are in limited supply in my garden at the moment, I used Dianthus again too|
The Freesia went into a smaller vase, which ended up with a split personality of sorts.
|Inclusion of the violet-tinged variegated foliage of a Hebe (now classified as Veronica) shifted the arrangement in a pinker direction|
|The addition of Moroccan daisies and new Narcissus blooms gave the back view an entirely different look|
|Clockwise from the upper left: Freesia, Veronica 'Neprock' (aka Hebe 'Purple Shamrock'), Limonium perezii, Osteospermum 'Berry White', noID Narcissus, and Pyrethropsis hosmarianse (aka Moroccan daisy)|
Last week's vases stood up surprisingly well but I chucked their contents on Sunday anyway. The new arrangements took over the usual spots. For more In a Vase on Monday posts, visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden.
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