In a Vase on Monday: Narcissi

buddha with narcissi

My lovely daughter picked these for me from her garden – their scent is soft with smells of Spring.

They sit with Buddha who is always surrounded by little bits and pieces given and gathered.

Last week I stayed in The Hayloft for a couple of days and this vase greeted me in the hall.ย narcissi and crochet

My Coastal Cosyย blanket started to grow.

I am happy to highly recommend the Hayloft, it is the best Airbnb I’ve stayed in by far. Such a warm welcome, a generous welcome hamper and beautiful ambience. It is just a 4 minute drive from Nymans, which is a wonderful place to visit.Nymans, National Trust

Fascinating buildings, beautiful magnolias

trunk, pergola

and what a wisteria trunk! This pergola must be a dream to walk later in the year.

Now let’s go and see what Cathy has popped into her Vase this Monnday.

36 responses to “In a Vase on Monday: Narcissi

  1. So nice to see your pristine daffodils when mine are all over. The Buddha looks pleased too! Lucky you to stay in such a nice place and to visit Nymans.

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  2. The sight of your Buddha and all his adornments immediately brought a smile to my face. Thank you for sharing the gorgeous vacation photos ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. Oh wow, what a wonderful wisteria trunk! Looks like a lovely place for a break. Your daffodils are very pretty too. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. Murtagh's Meadow

    Lovely. That wisteria must be ancient!

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  5. Beautiful scenery and then a wonderful vase from your daughter….looking forward to seeing my daffs soon.

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  6. I never get tired of daffodils, so cheerful. It sounds like you had a great time at The Hayloft.

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  7. Now that’s one wonderful holiday rental! I loved the adorned Buddha too. I admit I’ve never left any offerings for my own garden Buddha – I should remedy that!

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  8. What a magnificent place to stay! Love your Narcissi joining the fabulous gathering of Buddha’s bits and pieces! Happy Monday!

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  9. Laurie Graves

    Those lovely flowers are just perfect with Buddha. If ever I should come across the pond, you can be sure I’ll stay at the Hayloft and visit Nymans.

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  10. Lovely photos all around. Narcissi are such happy flowers, they always bring a smile, and the air b&b looks wonderful. That wisteria has many stories to tell if it could talk, WOW!

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  11. Nyamns was one of our favourite places to visit when we lived in Sussex.

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  12. What an intriguing little corner of contentment, Sandra, on all different levels. Sounds a lovely BNB too, not a concept we have experienced yet. and a garden visit too!

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  13. Another lovely bunch of spring cheeriness. Lovely to have things with memories..always precious.

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  14. Your narcissi are lovely! Buddha looks very content sitting beside them. Must checkout the Hayloft as that is not too far from us.

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  15. I am delighted to see another home where Buddha is bedecked with special mementos and seasonal offerings! The wisteria trunk is a beauty, I should like to see that in all it’s drapery come summer!!

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    • Ah! You have a bedecked Buddha too Pauline! My little corner of peace and happiness. The ribbon draped aroiund the Buddha’s neck was made for me by a friend as a Christmas decoration some years ago – I don’t ‘do’ Christmas nowadays but I love the lariat she made.
      That Wisteria must be glorious in summer – almost worth the 3 hour drive to see it again!

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  16. Looks like you had a great time away. Surprised at such an abundance of Narcissi still in flower and I was very fascinated by the collection of items gathered around the Buddha.

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    • Yes I think these are late varieties of narcissi. I wondered about listing the items and the stories attached to them, but I think that might have taken me all week!
      The blue ceramic angel is a candle snuffer made for me by a dear friend.

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