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Tag Archives: Japanese vase
In a Vase on Monday: Nothing New
‘Tis Monday and time for a vase. Right now the flowers in my garden are limited to Encore azaleas, Knockout roses, and a few lingering annuals. This may be the last time for ‘Sunny Disposition’ iris, so, even though I have pictured … Continue reading
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In a Vase on Monday
I loved being on vacation and visiting with family and dear friends, but it is nice to be back in my garden and in our somewhat normal routine (not to mention being back in my own bed). As a walked through the garden searching … Continue reading
In a Vase on Monday: Calla Lilies
“The calla lilies are in bloom again. Such a strange flower—suitable to any occasion. I carried them on my wedding day….” —Katherine Hepburn in Stage Door, 1937 These beautiful calla lilies, just “in bloom again,” were given to us by our … Continue reading
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