Ha, yes. It's those damn Zinnias again...but for the last time, I promise!
Because this is it, I cut them all and tore out the plants...it was time.
But that means two big vases of flowers to enjoy indoors, plus several were used in an arrangement Andrew took to a coworker.
What's the foliage? Cussonia paniculata — a plant I'd had in a container for years was on it's last legs. I tried to rehome it but with no takers I decided to use the foliage here.
Together they make a nice "transition to autumn" arrangement.
Last week's creation is still holding up...
And over on the dining table is the other bunch of Zinnia.
I love the variance in the flowers...
And who knew? I can take a panoramic without even using the panoramic feature (in other words...small house!). Shall we take a closer look at that cutie over by the door?
Yes of course we should.
I am so happy with how my stock tank "cutting garden" turned out this year, I'm already scheming on next years crop, any suggestions?
As always visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden for links to the other bloggers sharing vases full of garden goodness...
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