In a Vase on Monday: Snowdrops and Ivy

Something has had a good old nibble on those ivy leaves, providing must needed food in the depths of winter.

Joining Cathy for In a Vase on Monday.

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17 responses to “In a Vase on Monday: Snowdrops and Ivy

  1. These look pretty – I might go and get some snowdrops from our garden once this morning’s frost has gone.

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  2. Love the backdrop of the trees behind your vases. The wild ivy and its berries makes a strong contrast to those delicate snowdrops.

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  3. The berries look untouched thoughโ€ฆ don’t know what would eat them. Glad your snowdrops are unnibbled. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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  4. krispeterson100

    The ivy berries appear black, making a wonderful contrast to the snowdrops, Sandra. Our ivy is regularly hacked back by the gardeners so I seldom see berries but that’s probably a good thing as ivy is invasive here.

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  5. These vases are so pretty. Simple elegance.

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  6. Pretty, even with the nibbles.

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  7. I love ivy berries, Sandra, so it’s good to see them supporting your snowdrops – and good to see you on IAVOM today ๐Ÿ‘ I promise to email or message you once our opening is out of the way and I have more time…

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