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In A Vase On Monday – Autumn Pocket

This week’s flower colors reflect the yellow and red-orange autumn foliage in the background. I’m using another of my hand-painted, pocket vases made in Ecuador by Artesia. Each side offers a different color, either cobalt or turquoise. I think the cobalt looks better with … Continue reading

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In A Vase On Monday – Frost Arrives

A killing frost arrived this weekend two nights in a row, putting an end to my garden. With a low last night of 25F (-4C), even my few stalwart perennials died back. Saturday afternoon I collected what I could of … Continue reading

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In A Vase On Monday – Autumn Colors

Even though there have been two frost warnings, we’ve only had lows in the the upper 30sF (3C). With the days continuing to be mild, the annuals are still blossoming. For this week, I picked pale-orange, red-orange and pumpkin-colored nasturtiums (Tropaeolum … Continue reading

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