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Monday, May 15, 2017


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Lisa at Greenbow

The last vase is exciting. A great way to enter the week, with great exuberance.

Linda Brazill

I really had fun doing that one!


The last vase is amazing but I'm also fond of the one in the "Let them eat cake." vase. The abundance and variety of blooms in that vessel perfectly echo the sentiment of the vase. You did a much better job of hitting two memes with one stone than I.


Oh what exuberance and what a great idea - I have taking the easier option (?) and will post for GBBD tomorrow. I love your selection of vases, especially the 'Let them eat cake' one, no, on second thoughts I think I like them all equally - there is praise for you!


I love the beauty and simplicity of the first one
Happy Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!

Loree / danger garden

What a fun way to approach the meeting of the memes. I love your saying "No plant was too precious to cut or too common to be ignored"...and all the vases are superb!


You're right less can definitely be more where vases are concerned but you've hit the right balance is your tulip vase; it's gorgeous, the colours are sumptuous.

Kris P

What a great way to combine bloom Day and IaVoM, Linda. As I paged through your post, each vase was more exciting than the last, although I liked the "let them eat cake" vase best despite your disclaimers. Of course, I am well known as a vase stuffer myself...Happy GBBD!

Amelia Grant

I love the Trillium and the last vase. I tend to think about design a lot while arranging the flowers, sometimes too much!


What a gorgeous arrangement, Linda! I'm not very good at flower arranging so I usually don't bother. But a cheery vase like this certainly brings some welcome color indoors. Wow on the trillium!

Barbara H.

Well, we will have to agree to disagree. I like them all and think you've done a splendid job with each one. I know - I'm late to these recent parties. Now I have to read and catch up.

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