Letters from a Hill Farm
Can any bouquet be more beautiful?
The woman is such an artist.
All of late summer's beauty in a bouquet! Is that mint to the left? No basil this time? I particularly like the blue flowers at the far right. Sorry, I don't know their name in English.
No basil or mint, but there is dill! I don't know many of the names.
Each week brings a new, even more gorgeous arrangement! This is exactly what I would love to order if I were sending a bouquet for a birthday or Mother's Day... or receive! :)
Such a treat every week. I'll be sad when they end.
So exuberant! And the glimpse of the landscape beyond makes me want to step right into the picture.
The clouds were such a dark blue-gray just when I took the photo.
Once again, amazing. Looks like dill on the bottom.
And it smells so good every time I pass by!
So enjoying your flowers every week - thank you for sharing! What interesting arrangements. Compliments to your personal gardener/florist. And of course to the photographer who makes it possible for us to see them!
Thank you. We have so loved these bouquets.
I'm wondering, can't remember if you've said earlier, but do you break these up into individual bouquets for around the house? Or wait until you have to change the water and cut the stems after a while? They give you such a luxurious plump bouquet!
No, I keep it in the yellow bucket. I change the water every morning. And I haven't even cut the stems. It stays very well. I pull out flowers as they go by and then sometimes by Mon or Tues I might use a different vase, and put a couple blooms in another vase. But sometimes, honestly, it is still in quite good shape come Wed. I love your adjectives!
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