Our first wedding in June and in my haste, I was able to get a not great photo of the Bride's bouquet, but hoping it translates somewhat.
This is the best time of year for what grows in the garden. Still waiting for the Annabelle hydrangea to ripen and most of the roses haven't popped yet. But here's what I picked for Monday Flowers in the House.
A nice close up of Urban Cottage's Favorite Garden Flower!
See it up there between the Baptisia?
So, we have Baptisia, the peonies that were flattened by the Big Storm, lemon balm, unopened Spirea,
and the only rose in the garden whose name I don't know. It's a Rugosa and smells heavenly. There's Akibia vine and last, but not least, Spiderwort which has pretty much taken over. It DOES go with the blue, pink and white of the color theme out there.
In May I tried to photograph my PINK Wisteria that had hundreds of flowers this year, but it still came out lavender. I bought it as a baby from Heronswood Nursery about 6 years ago and it's now going crazy over the garage.
So now all I have to do is follow Jane's instructions for getting this into the loop for tomorrow.
O. and did I say that these last four days have been perfect New England Storybook weather. Upper Sixties, low Seventies, dry, warm sun and today is cloudless. Making a delivery then goin' back home.