Roses from my garden
My "natural" arrangement of flowers. I start my own seeds so I enjoy watching the different colors as they emerge.
Flowers from my garden for my mother-in-law's birthday.
If I were to describe a "Happy" flower, it would have to be a Zinnia!
A snip here ... and a snip there ...
This is a living flower arrangement that I planned.
Fourty roses for the 40th birthday.
Simple but beautiful!
Dahlia 'Akita' - star of the show
lilacs, double tulip, and lily leaves
Tulips and lilacs on my Easter table.
I took this picture at a local flower show. As I love Auriculas this will always be a favorite display for me :)
Spring daffodils reflected in the mirror of my china hutch bring a lot of sunshine into the dining area
Zinnias, Bells of Ireland, drumstick allium, hosta leaves, equisetum
Four 'o clocks at night with moth.
One of our Irises after a shower.
A well worn fence holds a row of bloomtubes filled with back lane wildflowers that magnetically attach to the screws in the wood.
Bloomtubes dress up an old fence with an abundance of wildflowers in whimsical micro-bouquets that magnetically attach to screws in the wood.
Tulips and lilac.
Bouquet with rhododendron, weigala, columbine, etc.
Bouquet with lilies, rudbeckias, zinnias, sunflower
Kong Sunflowers - rescued after a storm
Beautiful buttercups on a spring day!
I think the old fashioned flowers are the best. Peonies remind me of my father...he's gone but these peonies continue to grow, but in my garden now, not his.
A fall to remember! Who could stop with just one bouquet?
One of 24 table arrangements we made for wedding
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