Garrya Elliptica and hesperantha in a Chive pot.
There are still a few hesperantha blooms appearing despite the cold snap we had.
My moss-on-a-plate collection is building. I wonder if the moss will grow on the pebbles.
I had hoped to include some snowdrops, but the ones in my garden are still only in bud, but we saw some in bloom at Stourhead on Saturday.
always an uplifting sight.
More worrisome was seeing a couple of rhododendrons in bloom
Beautiful, but way too soon!
Joining Cathy for In a Vase on Monday, which always includes masses of cheerfully uplifting links to other Vases in the comments.
There are still a few Hesperantha or Kafir Lily, or River Lily blooming in the garden. They seem to like my soggy garden.
I try to get rid of the arum plants but they are very persistent and the leaves do cheer up a vase at this time of year.
The little green pot with a labyrinth was sold as a nightlight holder, but makes a sweet vase.
These 3 different types of moss seem to grow happily together in an old saucer on the bathroom windowsill. In another life I might like to study all the different types of moss – fascinating.
I found this on the Woodland Trust website about UK mosses.
I am joining Cathy for her regular feature: ‘In a Vase on Monday’.
A lovely way to start the New Year.
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