Now you mention it Jasmine it has got that still life look about it, maybe Tig might have a dabble We used to have a few members that were good with a brush so to speak I think Ruthie was one too
The 2 jugs which I think you might be refering to are charity shop bargains Ladygardener, the cream one was 50p and the green £2, I love them both. The cream one is particularly good for short stemmed sweet peas, one of the reasons I bought it The green one is a hand made jug so someone was very clever.
"The kiss of the sun for pardon, the song of birds for mirth; one is nearer god's heart in a garden than anywhere else on earth."
It's great when you can find a good bargain like that in charity shops Chuckles. Here are my offerings, some Sweetpea picked last week and some of the Dahlia from the allotment. They are so lovely and bright but there are still plenty left there for everyone to enjoy.
I think there are some very nice jam jars about Ladygardener - Bonne Maman jars would make very classy vases! I was lucky with those vases - they were another SR mix up so I ended up with a nice little selection of colours and I didn't have to send any back!
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That looks lovely Jasmine, I've been picking a bunch for the house every week for a month or so now. I keep putting different ones together & thinking I must try to remember the combinations so that I can plant them close together next year (chances )
Thanks Auricula and also a very good use for some cheap red champagne flutes we bought, when we got them home we found they were plastic which is why they were so cheap ... not very nice to drink out of, but they make nice vases