Wow! All quite beautiful although I think my favourites are the deep red ones. Interesting that a couple of the stems are red as opposed to green.
That’s an interesting observation about the stems, Anna – and I agree that that the choclately red one is definitely a star. There were several other lovely arrangements in the rooms at Haddon Hall, but I especially liked this because of its similarity to my IAVOM 😉
Beautiful. Sunflowers and gladiolus season always requires bringing the taller vases out to truly appreciate them.
I don’t think I will ever need a vase as big as this though – and not that I would have anywhere to put it! This was perfect on the wooden banqueting table in this oak panelled hall with the tapestries on the wall
A marvelous collection of sunflowers.
Far better than mine!!
It’s beautiful! I love the combination.
Cathy, I’m not sure why I can’t leave a response with my blog address. I’ve had no problems in the past. (sigh)
I have checked in spam and you are not languishing in there – perhaps it’s just a one off? Hope so – and thanks for persisting
Yes, there’s a great variety of sunflowers there, isn’t there? And thinking about it, I don’t remember seeing sunflowers in the gardens surrounding Haddon Hall but perhaps they have their own cutting beds in a part not accessible to the public
Magnífico. Saludos de Margarita.
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