What a glorious weekend we have just had, just right to be out in the garden.
The laurel trimmed back from my driveway has flowers that smell so good I kept some for a vase, along with some trimmings of the amalanchier. The vase is surrounded by more logs found in the woodstore with holes the right size for candles.
Houseplant of the week is the Prayer Plant, so called as its leaves fold up at night as if in prayer. They are a similar shape to the laurel, so I thought they went together rather well, until I remembered that it needs good light otherwise its leaves turn brown. So things were rearranged.
The little green hand-painted flower pot was given to me by Master R. I must get something growing in it soon.
Joining in with Cathy’s In a Vase on Monday at Rambling in the Garden, a wonderful weekly international garden party.