Just stick flowers in a vase!

london England, United Kingdom

Please share your flowers in a vase. Here's some sunny tulips to start us off.

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london England, United Kingdom


2 vases!

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london England, United Kingdom


A gust of wind blew my vase over. The tulips are as sad as me!! Oh well , good excuse to go vase shopping.

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South, TX

HOW PRETTY, so sorry the wind broke it!

london England, United Kingdom


Thank you Sally, I loved that vase, had them both for years!!!

Sacramento, CA(Zone 9a)

Oh Terri - how sad to lose a favorite vase. Happy vase shopping. don't forget the thrift shops.

Laurel, DE(Zone 7a)

Sorry that you lost your vase, but must admit it makes for quite an interesting pic all spread out like that.

(Zone 5a)

Hi guys, glad to find the new thread. Oh my, nasty winds there!

Well here is some of my iris and the calla.

My iris are in pretty full bloom - seem like they all opened at once. Dont have too many colors.

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london England, United Kingdom


Pretty vases Blossom, gorgeous colours! the Callas look lovely too. Thanks for adding your vases here.
I bought some Iris bulbs the other day., hope they come up as good as yours.

Candee, I still have the pieces!!! trying to think what I can use them for, probably should just bin them .. lol!
Dianne, well, I did buy a new vase already! but it's quite unusual and I haven't worked out how to use it yet!

Keep the vases of flowers coming everyone, we don't want to miss your blooms!

Christchurch, New Zealand

a vase you can't figure out how to use?
can we see a piccy please :)
sounds intriguing...

Laurel, DE(Zone 7a)

Very nice blossom. Can't wait to see your mystery vase? Perhaps you can use it for the new theme "Goin for the Gold".

(Zone 5a)

Grampas old rose! This rose is about 100 years old or better. Came from my hubs grandpas garden.

Vase is an old pill bottle.

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Laurel, DE(Zone 7a)

That is lovely and how nice that you have been able to continue to nuture the roses from his garden, very special. Neat pill bottle idea!

london England, United Kingdom

Beautiful rose Blossom, Thanks for sharing it here! Pill bottle idea sounds cool!



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london England, United Kingdom


Amaranthus.

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london England, United Kingdom


Sweet peas and Lavender

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(Zone 5a)

purdy!!


A friend of mine gave me about a dozen new vases the other day... I will have to take pics. Got some nice heavy glass ones and some budvases in that lot!

(Zone 5a)

I have tried growing sweet peas and lavender both and no luck.

Very loverly mate!

london England, United Kingdom

Thanks mate! These sweet peas were along the pathway to the allotments, so not actually from my garden or mine LOL, oops!

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(Zone 5a)

Aaaaah HAAAA!! Its you its you !!! The lily theif! LOL!






Well, Im poofing to the containers link to show you my vaaaah-zez!






POOoooooooF!

london England, United Kingdom


they were just there, along the pathway, everyone ignores them.... I rescued them for our delight LOL! Infact, since I've been cutting them there's lots more! hehe.

South, TX

Great pictures, Terri! I grew many sweet peas in California. I LOVE the smell!!!!!

london England, United Kingdom


Thank you Sally! I love the fragrant sweet peas too, these are the wild ones that don't have any fragrance!
I have some sweet peas growing up a little wigwam but they haven't flowered yet, do they grow in Texas?

South, TX

Yes, you can grow them here, but in EARLY spring. Like Nasturtiums. I think you sow them in fall. Not sure. I know you do that for Nasturtiums. Then they grow slowly in the winter and go crazy in spring, then die in the heat.

london England, United Kingdom


Daylily, Roses and Russian Vine..

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(Zone 5a)

Terri, that is sooooo very lovely dear! The colors are stunning!

South, TX

That is so pretty. Very sweet vase also.

london England, United Kingdom

Thank you dear Blossom!
Thank you Sally, it's a little old jug with a spout, I thought it looked sweet and a bit like one of my Grandma's.

london England, United Kingdom


I've been enjoying myself today! Here's a mixed bunch from the garden .












Goodnight!



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South, TX

Wonderful, Terri... So rich looking. Goodnight.

london England, United Kingdom


Hi Sally, Thanks! I was thinking tuti fruti ice cram, glad you got it early, the daylilies have already melted... lol.

Laurel, DE(Zone 7a)

. You have the dearest little vases terri, I must go find some new ones, just never seem to get around to it. Shopping is one of my very least favorite things to do

london England, United Kingdom


Thank you Candee! I'm sure you've got stuff hidden around the house!

(Zone 5a)

Sunnys!

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london England, United Kingdom


Oh how lovely Blossom, great in a totem like that! Love Sunflowers!!
Hardly any arrangements get posted here .. so Thank you very much!!

(Zone 5a)

LOL... here it is again! Just for you! They go great with your tulips a the begining of the thread! LOL!

We need smell-o-vision!

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london England, United Kingdom

LoL! Thanks again!!
Maybe I should cut the sunflowers on my patch, the ones with no names that are flowering?


Sunny marigolds and a rudebekia!

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(Zone 5a)

oh-lah-lah!!! Stunning color!

london England, United Kingdom


Merci Beaucoup! your turn!! it's nice to see you making arrangements again!

Laurel, DE(Zone 7a)

You two should get together with those, they would look fab together just a wonderful contrast.

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