Bloom 2017 – Pink Symmetry and Purple Haze

A couple more arrangements to share. We are away at the moment at the cottage we love in Northumberland, hence the lack of posts these last couple of days.

The abundance of Cosmos a few weeks ago spurred me on to do a simple display for the mantle. I do like just one flower in a vase but usually can’t just pick one flower so end up mixing others in but this time I was successful.

The other arrangement I want to share is almost identical to this one! A variation of flowers but the colours and shape are more or less the same.

Can’t help it love purple.

This one contains white scabious, salvia, ammi and a few osteospermum which have gorgeous purple centres! It’s great to remember back just a few weeks to the abundance that was going on in the garden.

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2 Responses to Bloom 2017 – Pink Symmetry and Purple Haze

  1. Mary-Lou says:

    All are very pretty. The purple really stands out with the white chorus. Hoping cottage time is restful & filled with adventures.

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