Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Fall Flowers for Wordless Wednesday

13 comments:

Carol said...

Oh how pretty!!

The Whimsical Gardener said...

Beautiful arrangement! Your pumpkin vase adds a nice fall touch. ~Cat

Diane said...

Great photos! Enjoy your statesman articles. Sorry to use your blog...but don't know how to reach you...would you be interested in speaking to the 2011 Bell County master gardener class? Thanks! Diane Calderwood at dcalder@hot.rr.com

LindaCTG said...

That is gorgeous! And ditto on great garden story!

Diana said...

Carol - Thanks - never put flowers in that pot before - now I wonder why not?!

Whimsical Gardener -Thanks, so glad I thought to put 'em in there. They are cheery.

Diane - Thanks for the kind words. I will email you in the next few days to talk more!

Linda - Thanks - having fun with the paper. Hoping it's useful for folks.

Mr. McGregor's Daughter said...

Love the pumpkin as vase, makes for the perfect arrangement.

Diana said...

MMD - Thanks, as it turns out, it's not really a vase and is leaking water. But for a few days and only a drip on the kitchen counter, I can deal!

solid wood furniture said...

Lovely blossoms! This is a beautiful arrangement. I like the colors of the flowers.

Gail said...

Diana, I love fall flowers and these look especially fun arranged in the pumpkin~gail

Diana said...

Solid Wood Furniture - It is nice to have the change of seasons and enjoy the fall colors after the heat of summer.

Gail - I do love the little pumpkin ceramic bowl. Guess I've started a new tradition of using it this way!

Jayne said...

What a beautiful arrangement and you chose the perfect vessel for them!

Diana said...

Jayne - Thanks! And isn't it great to see signs of fall finally?

Kate (daisygil_io) said...

Beautiful arrangement! did you put the flowers in the pumpkin directly, filling it with water? Or did you put a jar or vase inside first? I've done the latter, for fear of leaking. So i'm curious if I could get away with just putting them straight into the pumpkin.
Either way - beautiful job!!