Posts tagged with "Cerinthe"



24. April 2017
small sunny garden, desert garden, amy myers, photography, garden photography, in a vase on monday, iavom, monday vase, wollerton old hall, pottery, ceramics
It is time for roses here. High time to display a big confection of them in a Monday Vase. There is St. Swithun...
03. April 2017
small sunny garden, desert garden, amy myers, photography, garden photography, in a vase on monday, iavom, monday vase, iris, dutch, blue magic, limonium perezii, tetraneuris acaulis
Of all the flowers in the garden right now, I am particularly thrilled with the Dutch Iris "Blue Magic" (see also my last post, Farewell to March). So I decided it was fair enough to clip one and build today's vase around it.
27. March 2017
small sunny garden, desert garden, amy myers, photography, in a vase on monday, iavom, monday vase
The garden is a burst of bloom right now, which gave me the chance to snip quickly this evening. As my day went otherwise than planned, I found myself in a race with the sunset and, so far as the photography was concerned, I would have to say the sunset won. But I still have a vaseful of flowers to enjoy this week, and here they are.
22. March 2017
small sunny garden, desert garden, monday vase, in a vase on monday, iavom, photography, amy myers, lavender, madrid, tetraneuris, angelita daisy
Worth the wait in more ways than one. I am finally getting to use flowers I have been waiting for all winter long - Calendulas planted with Monday vases in mind, Cerinthe which helpfully seeded itself into the North Border, and Tetraneuris which disappeared entirely late last year but has returned in a glory of little yellow daisies. All of these were just ready on Monday, and then I had to wait again. It does seem like a run of bad luck: a strained (sprained?) back all last week, light case of...