Along with the Alchemilla mollis, the yellow Lysimachia has been so pretty this year I decided to honour it by using it in a vase this Monday, as I join Cathy at Rambling in the Garden.
A few strands of the pretty grass Melica ciliata completed the look.
But my eye was then drawn to a couple of other yellows nearby…
Hypericum polyphyllum, Euphorbia seguieriana and Oenothera missouriensis were then placed in a smaller vase, with some Aruncus dioicus which has just started opening.
The Hypericum (St John’s Wort) is a little early, it usually waits until St John’s Day to flower – the longest day of the year. Can you believe it is almost midsummer?!
Is anything yellow flowering in your garden right now?
Thanks to Cathy for hosting In a Vase on Monday. She has also found some yellows this week. 😀
Have a great week!