In a vase on Monday – Narcisscircle


Finally!  I’ve found some time to post a Monday vase.

This one consists of Cerinthe, Narcissus Cragford and a few Tete a tetes, thrown together in my pretty (and very easy to use) milk bottle circle.IMG_5729

I did put together the vase below last week, but failed to post about it, so here’s two for the price of one!  The Hellebores flopped very quickly (despite searing), so I was interested in Cathy’s tip today about slicing the stem lengthwise.  Perhaps I’ll try that next time as I do love seeing them at close range.



I’m so enjoying the beginning of spring.  It been a pretty challenging February – nothing serious and largely self inflicted.  I’ll explain more in my late End of Month View post to follow.

With thanks to Cathy who hosts all our Monday vases – and doesn’t judge those whose involvement is rather sporadic…


9 thoughts on “In a vase on Monday – Narcisscircle

  1. Pingback: End of Month View – February 2019 | Duver Diary

  2. Kris P

    The circle of small vases is perfect for showing off the Narcissi. I remain amazed that daffodils in the UK have been blooming so far in advance of ours in coastal southern California. Our spring usually starts in February but not this year…

  3. Cathy

    Oh your milk bottle circle is indeed a useful thing and what a lovely result! Love the green pink of your second vase too – AND your reference to EOMV which for the first time in my blogging ‘career’ I had forgotten (I blame the 28 days!!). Not that it matters to anybody but me, as I like to have that monthly record, but mine will be now be even later than yours…thanks Jen! 🙂

  4. Sam

    Gorgeous flowers, as always. And, well, you have probably been completely distracted by your new family member! She’s very cute 🙂 Hope you’re back to full strength very soon x


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