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Saturday, May 6, 2017

Few simple arrangments and cuttings.

Chilly,  damp and breezy.    Hardly feels of Spring.  More like September moving in.   Maybe tomorrow will be sunny.
I brought in some more Peonies for drying and vases.  Might as well dry a few of them as they are on their way out.






An old teapot is perfect for a simple arrangement of Peonies.


I see the shadows better in black and white.

 a cutting from a lavender plant a few weeks ago is now rooted.
doesn't take long at all for these plants to root.
I broke the top off and hope now it will fill out from the sides 

This is the plant the cutting was taken from.  This plant is a cutting I took about two seasons ago. 

I will try this Spanish lavender and see if it grows well.

two more cuttings looking good.

Love this  Red Russian Kale in my fresh salads.   You can see I do.  It grows back fast.

A hollyhock I transplanted into the pot and it is doing well also.

my little birdies on the mantle with a peony in a glass cube votive candle holder. 
It has been in there a week and still looks good. 
I see I have to remove a nail from the mantle that held a banner in place.  Whoops
 yes, on my dining room table too .

for some reason they seem to last longer in a little water in a little container.

drying on porch

I keep this hanging on porch door to remind me that it is Spring, 
even though it doesn't feel like it. 



5 comments:

  1. I love lavender and intended to grow some here but our neighbours have told me that there is a midge problem here in the summer and they are attracted to lavender. A rethink is needed.

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  2. Peonies, my favorite smell ever! Yours are so pretty and elegant. And I didnt know you could root lavender so easily, my other favorite smell ever. Thanks for the info; I'll be making some starts tomorrow.

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  3. Hi Betsy. Your cuttings are looking very prosperous! I don't have too much luck with cuttings. Years ago, I stuck some ivy in water and it just kept rooting in the water and I had a wonderful display. For some reason, I've never been able to do that again, but my try at house plants is going better. I have managed to keep the four I have now alive during the winter, so hope the luck holds out. The peony in the brown bottle is a really pretty picture..I've been down with a bad back this past week, and can't sit (or lay or stand for that matter) for too long so hope to get going again soon..Happy Day..xxoJudy

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  4. Wow!! the cutting is growing very nicely.. I've never gotten success of growing plant from cutting..

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  5. Gosto muito de lavandas.
    Lindas as imagens.
    Boa continuação de semana.
    janicce.

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