|Grevillea 'Superb' got me started. All the Grevillea flowers shown here are part of a single stem.|
|The Euphorbia rigida shown in the back view is a holdover from the "tulip" vase created 2 weeks ago|
|Freesias flop under normal circumstances but rain often leaves them plastered to the ground so I cut a few of those stems too|
On my run through the garden on Saturday, I noticed that the first of the pre-sprouted tulips I planted a few weeks ago was blooming and I briefly considered cramming it into this vase as well but I held off on the assumption that I could use these flowers next week. However, on a tour of my garden Sunday afternoon a blogger friend pointed out that something had snapped the head off one of the tulips so whether you'll see any of these in a future vase is anybody's guess.
|It seems that even when Mother Nature provides favorable weather conditions, the prospects for growing tulips in my garden may be dim|
Last week's vases are still in passable shape so I stopped at one vase this week. It's sitting on the dining room table. For more Monday vases, visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden.
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