luni, 16 ianuarie 2017

In a Vase on Monday: Mid - January Selection


As I knew my agenda would be very busy on the first day of the week, I arranged my vase on Sunday. It was a beautiful sunny winter day, perfect to go outside and make a bouquet enjoying the fresh air and the charm of a garden covered with snow. For my special winter-coated vase, I cut some catkins from our big Hazel tree, a few stems of yellow and red Dogwood,  Photinia compacta and some Nandina berries.






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  1. Such twiggy bounty, Anca - a great little collection of winter interest. Thanks for sharing

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    1. ”Twiggy bounty” sounds great, I should change the title!Thanks, Cathy!

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  2. Your arrangement this week inspires me to go search the river edges for catkins - they are so sculptural, and I expect they may force into bloom!

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    1. Catkins look great in winter, hope you will find some, Eliza!

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  3. A brilliant selection and I love your snowy photographs.

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  4. An inspiring collection of winter stems and I loved that you photographed them in the snow!

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  5. It's a lovely arrangement - and that's a LOT of snow!

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  6. A lovely arrangement Anca, and bravo for braving the cold!

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