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Monday, September 26, 2022


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Barbara H.

Once again a great pairing of flowers, stems and vases.


Well done, and in lovely settings too, with the artworks.

The chartreuse of the first arrangement is refreshing, like springtime, yet autumnal.

Happy autumn!

Kris P

Both vases are striking pieces of art, Linda. I'm not sure any arrangement could eclipse the first vase but the second collection of flowers does an impressive job of complementing its container. I'm surprised that the anemones fell apart that quickly but then I may not remember my own experience with those flowers as they don't always make it into a vase. This year, the plants have already been fried.


I so admire your eye. The things with which you choose to surround yourself are both unusual and beautiful. One of my favorites is the stone priest, who has a wonderful expression on his face, like he's explaining something important to a student, and he's sitting in a most relaxed attitude. Thank you for sharing your home, as well as the bounty of your garden. It's always a treat.

Linda Brazill

hb — Thanks for those kind words. Two artists/collectors means there's lots to play with.

Suddenly it's very autumnal here. Only 40°F at 7 am.

Linda Brazill

KRIS — I haven't grown Anemones for a long time. But I was surprised as well at how quickly they faded. Maybe it's that variety.

Linda Brazill

ELIZABETH — He is actually carved wood with glass eyes. He is a lohan. Lohans are to Buddha as apostles are to Christ. I just call him "the big guy." We do enjoy switching art and objects around in the house. But the lohan stays in one spot as he's too heavy to move easily. 

danger garden

These are fantastic Linda! The first vase itself is just stunning and the last one gorgeous a gorgeous composition. Thanks for sharing them!

Linda Brazill

DANGER — I bought the first vase because the shop was going out of business (owner retiring). More quirky and more expensive than I typically would buy, but I knew I'd regret it if I didn't get it.

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