After using wild flowers recently, my Monday vases this week are made up of flowers from my garden alone.
The first has a snapdragon as its centre piece, then Verbena, Perovskia, Heuchera and Allium encircled by Japanese Anemones.
The second has a yellow Achillea at the centre, as well as a small pale pink Hydrangea with yellow tinges.
It also includes yellow Marigolds, a Clematis tangutica bud, a sprig of Euonymus foliage, some fading Sage and a Nigella seedhead.
It’s amazing what fits into a small vase, but I shall have to watch them carefully to keep them topped up with water.
The Crocosmia in the background is wonderful, and on the far right you can see the Lythrum I featured last week.
Do join in and share the joy of your garden in vase – or at least visit our host, Cathy at Rambling in the Garden, and some of the other vase-makers linking in from around the world.