A small garden in the English style, set in the wilds of the northern Sonora Desert...
I love these soft, warm colours together and the sage is a great contrast and your Wollerton Old Rose is looking as fresh as ever.
I was surprised at how well the sage fit in; I'll have to use it again sometime. So glad you enjoyed this one :)
It's a beautiful mix of flowers, Amy. The mums pick up the subtle color of the rose and both shine.
Those mums are proving a very useful color, Kris! They blend in so well... Thanks :)
Lovely warming colours for this cold damp day here.
Glad I could send a little warmth anyway :) Thanks, Brian!
Gorgeous colours and I love them against the silvery grey of the sage leaves.
Thank you very much, WW! So sorry I missed your comment this long; slowdown caused by finding my way with a new computer system... :P I was quite pleased with using the sage in this arrangement, and of course it outlasted everything else in the vase ;-)
Happy Sunday even...? Sorry for late commenting :( The WOH roses are perfect with the argyranthemum - well the other way round really - and the softness of the sage leaves sets them off perfectly
And even later reply, Cathy... I seem to have missed a good deal while messing around with the new computer... Hopefully I'm getting back on track now. I was very happy with this combination myself - first time I've used the sage foliage, I think, but probably not the last... ;-)
Just such lovely colors and beautifully combined
At first I had my doubts about combining the bright yellows with the other muted tones, but it turned into a very happy experiment, I think... I can't believe I missed these comments so long, but as you know, my computer time has been taken up with this new machine - working well, I'm happy to say! Thanks so much :)