|Back view: I added one stem of the still rust-free bronze snapdragon that was part of the mix I planted earlier. The individual blooms of the new 'Chantilly Bronze' and 'Chantilly Peach' snapdragons are markedly larger.|
I'd planned to go with purple and lavender flowers for a second arrangement but the bearded Iris I'd targeted as my centerpiece was already past its prime so I shifted my color scheme to pink.
|The Centranthus ruber growing on my back slope are blooming a little later than usual but they're rapidly picking up speed. I guessed correctly that they'd mesh well with the pink Scabiosa growing in my front garden.|
|Clockwise from the upper left: noID Alstroemeria, white Antirrhinum majus, Centranthus ruber, Coriandrum sativum, Pelargonium 'Lemona', and Scabiosa columbaria 'Flutter Rose Pink'|
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