Still following the ikebana theme …..
Some plants seem to think Spring is here, the weigela for example; and I don’t remember the arum coming up at this time of year before. Vinca, nasturtiums, polyanthus and borage are also joining in.
The pottery dish was made for me about 30 years ago by a friend of my son’s. (or was it my son who made this one at school – yikes – I’d better start labelling things, the memory is not what it was!)
The Eye of Horus – I have been to the Temple of Horus in Egypt, and Horus was my son’s nickname at school, so this sweet little dish carries a lot of meaning for me.
Parsley appears again, leaves this time, to hide the little spiky stem holder – it has proved to be a good substitute for moss.
The wooden doll was brought back from Japan by my sister-in-law many years ago.
Joining in with Cathy’s In a Vase on Monday meme: a wonderful community of gardeners from all around the globe – pop across to her post, she is such a knowledgable gardener, with beautiful flowers to show us each week, as well as the vases of so many other gardeners.
A clear surface this week for the photograph – usually so hard to find in my house.
At last I am clearing out my so called ‘workroom’ – look empty shelves!
The contents are all over my sitting room floor at the time of the photo, so the task this week is to sort, clear and return in such a way that I will be able to find things again.
And joining in with Cee’s Flower of the Day: Weigela
Look at those buds
Isn’t nature magic!
Do you have flowers in a vase this Monday?
Just to let you know there is Worldwide Free Shipping on at the moment in my Society6 shop – (if only I could work out how to put their logo in my sidebar). Pop in have a browse, I especially like the way the bags and cushions (throw pillows) turned out.