Another lovely day day with the promise that I can work outside for much of the day; but there is time before that to choose some flowers for a vase to share with Cathy at Rambling in the Garden.
Although I have more tulips, a mixed vase with the Larkspur still looking an amazing blue, today I have something different.
My first daffodils are flowering, so my lovely blue, Denby jug was searched for and the flowers loosely tied and placed in it.
I would love to have masses of daffodils growing under the trees and in the grass under the olives but they need some summer irrigation so they have to be planted in the cut flower beds.
I have planted them under the Dahlias as recommended by Sarah Raven, it seems to be a good combination.
There are now lots of Anemone flowering around the garden, unlike the narcissus they don’t need summer irrigation so can be planted anywhere.
I took one stem from several patches and have a lovely intensely coloured vase in the kitchen without spoiling the display in the garden.
What’s flowering in your garden today, that you could pick and share with us? Do check with Cathy to see what she and others from across the globe have found in their gardens.
Have a lovely week.