Not much has changed from last month except for a new bunch of daffodils and an Easter egg cup. Happy Easter. The plant is still up on its cookie cutter plinth because the window sill collects water. Whoops, I see I've not taken my compost bag (old bread flour bag filled with peelings) out to the compost. Tut, tut.
I promised Jill from Land of the Big Sky (put your glasses on now) that I'd take her on a tour round my artificial/dead flowers. At least you'll see some blooms.
I always keep the statice
from bunches of flowers. I can just see a poppy head there as well. Happy Easter.
These roses just get moved around from room to room and vase to vase.
This vase holds an assortment of items - wooden sticks that florists like to put in bunches of flowers, dead seed heads of flowers from the front garden - dead roses and the odd artificial flower.
You've seen these tissue paper chrysanthemums before.
Here's another seed head this time from an allium plus a vase of wooden, papery roses.
More artificial flowers here plus a little bit more statice. (It turns up all over the place.) Can you see more dead rose heads?
They are surrounding another allium head.
The 'odd' bunch brighten up the downstairs toilet!
The latest dead roses are the bunch DD received on Valentine's day 'displayed' in the Buddha bottle. The odds and sods are put in the loft room (my office, sewing room, crochet chamber, reading room, Lego centre, knitting den, music studio, dance studio!) with me.
|The garden glass flower|
|Odd blooms and the plastic leaves|
that puss cat likes to chew
|DD's sweetie wrapper blooms|
Note to self - please tidy up the table by the bed.
I'll show the live plants another day.
Welcome to my new follower. Hope you enjoyed the tour.