In a vase on Monday – Repeat (Repeat)

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Today’s vase is largely a repeat of last week’s with Erysimum Bowles Mauve, Cerinthe major purpurescens

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Winter Sunshine Sweet Peas and, this week, the addition of some Anemone Coronaria.IMG_2344

But oh, what’s also joined the Repeat Repeat jug featured last week?  Two beautiful mugs!

My lovely friend Jo who came to stay this weekend was looking for a gift to bring and, reading my comment last week “they do mugs too, but so far I’ve resisted”,  generously ordered them and they were delivered on Saturday, much to my obvious delight! IMG_2342

So, thanks to Cathy for hosting this lovely meme, but huge thanks too to Jo, for making a little dream come true!

Now, what shall I wish for this week?

11 thoughts on “In a vase on Monday – Repeat (Repeat)

  1. Kris Peterson

    The mugs make a wonderful complement to your pretty vase. Somewhat to my amazement, I have most of the blooms in your vase growing in my own southern California garden at the moment. The exception is the anemone – those are late winter blooms here and already long gone.

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  2. Christina

    Lucky you, they’re lovely as is the arrangement. It doesn’t matter if some of the flowers are the same, enjoy a nice cup of tea in your new mug.

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  3. Cathy

    Oh what a lovely gift – don’t you just love receiving something the giver knows is just perfect for you? I am sure no one will mind you filling your vase with ceriinthe and erysimum again, with or without the addition of anemones and sweet peas – and I am sure you won’t mind repeating last week’s pleasure either!

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