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Monday, October 30, 2023


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The arrangement is great. I'm glad Mark took the perspective shot, as I had no idea it was so large. Now I'm kicking myself for forgetting to cut my toad lilies before our freeze. It's the first year they've done anything, so I forgot about them.


Mark was right to insist! This is a wonderful photo and I wouldn't have guessed how massive your late season bouquet turned out: I love it.
(I hope you are feeling better!).

Linda Brazill

CHAVLI — Feeling much better. It also helped to get most of the final cleanup in the garden done, so my stress level dropped.

​I really had fun making such a giant display and just throwing everything in it.

We had light snow flurries last night. But it has been warm enough that I am seeing early Alliums starting to come up. Not a good sign.

Linda Brazill

KRISTIN — The toad lilies were so late this year that I ended up leaving most of them in the garden. It's always so down to the wire with those late flowers.

Old Lady Gardener

It is a surprisingly large bouquet, and quite a stunning assortment, Linda. Its fun to gather a bunch of late season "stuff" to bring in and enjoy a while longer, isn't it?

Linda Brazill

OLG— Our temps have dropped into the 20°sF overnight with snow flurries. So I am really glad I made the effort to make one more bouquet.

Susie at pbmGarden

Linda, that's truly a magnificent arrangement and it's an impressive size. Hope you're feeling better.

Linda Brazill

SUSIE — T​hanks for those kind words. Feeling much better now.


Spectacular! I love that it is a bold autumn arrangement but not the typical red-orange-yellow & green color combination.

danger garden

Beautiful! I especially love the photo of the Podophyllum 'Spotty Dotty', Arum italicum, yellowing Hosta leaf and fern frond.

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