A small garden in the English style, set in the wilds of the northern Sonora Desert...
A lovely colour combination Amy, and I just adore that little jug! :)
Isn't it a charmer? My sister gave it to me for Christmas years ago, and it is just perfect for the blue and yellow combination.
so cheerful, Amy - it has brightened a grey morning! (I almost called my 'vase' post 'cheerful' as I used Narcissus 'Cheerful' this week).
So glad it did, Ann! Even here, January can take a bit of extra cheerfulness ;-) Maybe I should try the narcissus too. I grew Yellow Cheerfulness in my earlier garden, but never the white; I know I would like it!
Violas are the cheery fave of the garden, I always try to have some.
Exactly!! They do quite a bit to keep things happy during the chilly months...
So nice to find this arrangement this morning -- makes for a Happy Tuesday too!
I've begun to wonder why I wish people happy Monday when I usually don't manage to post until 11:00 pm or so...! So pleased you enjoyed it in any case, Hollis :)
Oh, that really is a cheerful vase, Amy, and the china is the perfect match for the blooms. How you must be enjoying looking at this little creation of yours!
Thanks! This was a particularly satisfying one, Cathy. I think it has a lot to do with the blue flowers on the tiny jug... ;-)
That's my favorite color combination, Amy, and you couldn't have found a better vase to hold the blooms!
Wasn't that little jug perfect for them - and it wasn't even planned, but so obvious once I had brought the flowers in... Yellow and blue are always good!
How gorgeous this is! It looks like a perfect English posy and I love the little jug!