~ Hearts & Flowers – In A Vase On Monday ~

Tomorrow is our 47th wedding anniversary, so placing this small pink posy in a heart shaped vase seemed just right.

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Hylotelphium Herbstfreude aka Sedum telphium ,’Autumn Joy’, Lobularia maritima – sweet allyssum, Rosa ‘The Mayflower’ aka Austilly ‘The Mayflower’, Ocimum basilicum Lemon Basil ‘Sweet Dani’

For a bit of fun, I played around with saturation to create something of a ‘Victorian’ effect.

For inspiration and ideas to keep your garden blooming, visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden .

 

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19 Responses to ~ Hearts & Flowers – In A Vase On Monday ~

  1. Beautiful, and many congratulations 🙂

  2. Best wishes on your anniversary! Your flower arrangement is perfect.

  3. Lovely…and happy anniversary!

  4. Cathy says:

    The Golfer and I are exactly 27 years behind you!! Congratulations and enjoy your day. Your posy in the heart shaped vase is not only appropriate but very pretty and I love the way you played around with the effects – thanks for sharing

  5. Kathleen says:

    Beautiful bouquet Lindy, he’s a lucky LUCKY man!

    Love needs no proof, no day to celebrate, no cards to show your love, all it needs a hand to hold in difficult times and an ability to make your loved one smile.

  6. Wonderful! hearty congratulations, I and basking in the sunlight pouring out of your photos.

  7. Janice says:

    Congratulations on your anniversary! You made up a lovely bouquet 🙂

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