But then there was the stem of Nigella, with one small flower discovered among the big pods.
A spray of white lantana...
...combined with a couple of smaller sprigs from Ozothamnus diosmifolius, whose flowers seem to be more or less everlastings, a useful trait that I was not aware of when I purchased it. Two stems still had unopened buds, the stage at which these are normally cut for arrangements.
And there were long stems of Lavender "Goodwin's Creek Gray" and shorter stems of lemon thyme.
So there was actually quite a bit of material, even with just a stem here and two or three stems there.
The jasmine flower had dropped by this morning, but I really liked having the bright white accent while it lasted.
Hurrying over to Rambling in the Garden, where other vases and much inspiration can be found!
Weather Diary: Sunny; High: 90 F (32 C)/Low: 67 F (19 C)