|The Freesias provide a light perfume to the air|
|Rosy-hued Grevillea 'Penola' picked up the pinks in the bulb blooms|
|Clockwise from the upper left: Tulipa clusiana 'Lady Jane', Grevillea lavandulacea 'Penola', white and pink Freesias, and Pyrethropsis hosmariense|
The large-flowered Grevilleas bloom year-round but they're flowering especially heavily at the moment. The arrival of the first yellow Freesias clinched their selection for another vase this week.
|Grevilleas 'Ned Kelly' and 'Superb' were both in need of pruning, as was Leucadendron 'Jester', so this vase was an opportunity to use some of what I planned to cut anyway|
|The back view looks relatively similar to the front view in this case|
|Clockwise from the upper left: Grevillea 'Superb', G. 'Ned Kelly', Euryops virgineus 'Tali', yellow Freesia, Leucadendron 'Devil's Blush', Leucadendron 'Jester', and Xylosma congestum|
I hadn't planned a third vase (really!) but my cutting garden is producing a steady supply of hybrid Anemone blooms and they're only going to last so long. I couldn't ignore them, could I?
|I kept this arrangement fairly simple|
|Back view: The Limonium perezii (aka sea lavender) on the right is another plant that has just begun its bloom cycle|
|Clockwise from the top: Two hybrid Anemone 'Mistral Azzurro', Limonium perezii, Osteospermum 'Violet Ice', and Salvia 'Mystic Spires'|
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