Monday again and time to join in with Cathy at Rambling in the Garden and show what's been found in the garden to pop into a vase today.
Spotted the cowslips (Primula Veris) down in the wooded area last week. I could see they were just coming into flower so I've been watching them ever since, hoping they would be ready to pick for today's vase. Of course, it's been pouring with rain all morning so I've been hopping up and down waiting for a dry spell so I could slip out and collect them.
While down that end of the garden I grabbed some twigs with buds on ... I think they are from the white hydrangea (possibly hydrangea petiolaris) inherited with the garden.
The sun came out briefly, so very briefly it's now blowing a gale, and I love how the light cast shadows in the photos. The vase is from Sarawak, another gift, this time from a Malaysian student, given to me when I worked in Manchester at UMIST (now sadly amalgamated with the University of Manchester). The only reason the baby elephant is there is because, while looking for the vase, he was discovered forgotten and neglected deep in the inner recesses of the corner cabinet! I thought he deserved his moment in the sun :)
If you would like to join in and find something in your garden or nearby that you can bring inside and place in a vase or container on a Monday do join in. I'm sure Cathy would be delighted!
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Wishing you all a lovely evening :)