Our dining room table has recently been decorated with a bright small bouquet of Daffodils and birch twigs. Mrs. F.G. was trimming the White Birch tree a little, and picked four of the Daffodils that grow below it. She tucked some birch twigs into the vase as well as the flowers, for a touch of whimsy.
The rounded glass bowl with a handle , on a beautiful silver plate, the perfect setting for the flowers and twigs. . Greenery makes a display special, I see our local florist has blue gum leaves, toi toi branches, some the pale cream feathers, some are dyed, and some branches that are about 3 feet tall.ReplyDelete
Oh, I love this. It's so beautiful and filled with life, spring, and delight. Thanks for sharing this very special bouquet.ReplyDelete
That's a lovely arrangement :)ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Simple and beautiful.ReplyDelete
Hooray for SPRING!ReplyDelete
Very pretty! I wonder if they will root - that would be something.ReplyDelete
That is lovely and cheerful!ReplyDelete
Dandy bouquet -- with two different kinds of flowers. Can't imagine they'll set roots without using a rooting hormone, but ...ReplyDelete
An appealing sight.ReplyDelete
Nice floral touch but you could plant the rooted twigs in a Planter over the winter then plant the growths outside next spring.ReplyDelete
Be Safe and Enjoy what nature gives you.
It's about time.
Birch twigs and daffodils......who knew:))ReplyDelete
It is great to see nature waking.ReplyDelete
I have rooted some pussy willow branches which I honestly don't want but I hate to kill plants. Maybe I could plant them on the neighbors.ReplyDelete