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Monday, May 23, 2016


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Lisa at Greenbow

I love these small vases and the flowers in them. I have some small vases that I use. I have a couple of vases with flowers right now but they aren't works of art they hold flowers that were accidently weed wacked, I needed them not to be where they were or the blooms fell off while I was pulling weeds around them. Sometimes I just can't throw them into the compost. Happy Monday.

Linda from Each Little World

Lisa — Last week's big bouquet of lilacs was a branch that Mark accidentally cut off while pruning out dead wood! Too nice to toss.


Beautiful way to display your flowers. Love to see little collections lined up this way.

Cindy at enclos*ure

Love that T. 'Acuminata'!

Loree / danger garden

I love those tulips and didn't think it could get better. Then I paged down and saw the white trio. Well done!

Kris P

Such useful little vases! They do a great job at showing off individual blooms. Between you and Cathy, I'm feeling sad that I have no Lily of the valley growing in my garden.

Donna@Gardens Eye View

I love this little grouping first with beautiful tulips and now the white flowers! Gorgeous!


Both sets are so stylish - lovely! When blooms are plentiful it can be hard to remember how effective minimal can be but these prove the point. Thanks for sharing them


Lovely, I especially like the orange tulips.


Both sets of flowers are lovely - such a nice way to display them, one set after the other. :)


Both groups are delightful! I can almost smell the lily-of-the-valley through the interweb.

Cathy Thompson

Beautiful shapes as well as colours - and set off to perfection against your window. The tulips really cheered me on this morning!

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