Cathy at Rambling in the Garden arranges flowers in a vase year round. How’s that for inspiration? Several bloggers join in the creative process, posting their own flowers in a vase on Monday, than linking back to her blog.
Cathy’s first post reads:
I know I have set myself a difficult task, finding something for a vase every week, and particularly starting in mid-November, but in truth the fact that it IS a challenge will make me more determined to achieve it! Posting a picture of my pickings will also make it easier because I will expect it of myself every Monday – so if anybody would like to join me by placing things ‘In a Vase on Monday’ and posting a picture then please feel free to add a link here so we can all share in the pleasure such vases can bring. Today’s vase has some of everyone’s favourite Persicaria ‘Red Dragon’, Vitis vinifera ‘Purpurea’ and Sedum spectabile ‘Autumn Joy’.
Inspired! If you want to join in the fun, simply post your own flower arrangement on a Monday and link back to Rambling in the Garden.
For all my love of miniature gardening, it never occurred to me to arrange flowers in a tiny teapot. I have several.
This morning Diane at Garden Sunshine changed all that with her delightful post: tiny pink flowers in a miniature, silver teapot. You can see her gorgeous flower arrangement here.
I dusted off one of my cloisonné teapots and put together a tiny arrangement using Bachelor Buttons, Love-in-the Mist seed pods, flowering spider plants and a couple of annuals going to seed.
Please join us next Monday
A weed is a plant that has mastered every survival skill except for learning how to grow in rows. – Doug Larson
…and a vase is simply a vessel for holding flowers.
Artfully arranged Dandelions in a jelly jar qualify for In A Vase on Monday.