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Four years and 208 vases ago, IAVOM began and has since grown to the popular meme is today. I started the weekly vase as an incentive to myself so its popularity has exceeded any expectations I might have had. These … Continue reading
I was (unusually) at a loose end earlier today, awaiting a delayed delivery, so decided to tackle one of my inside winter jobs, updating my snowdrop list and map. My kind and generous friend Anna of Green Tapestry had shared … Continue reading
I tried a couple of different containers for this week’s IAVOM offering before settling on this one and immediately knew it would work well as the blooms splayed out perfectly, seemingly complementing the curves of the vase itself. I would … Continue reading
There was no way of knowing three years ago just how much of an institution IAVOM would become, starting as it did as an incentive just for myself to pick material for a vase on a regular basis, with the … Continue reading
The variety of colours in the garden continues to increase as June progresses but the majority of blooms are still on the pastel spectrum, leaving nasturtium, geum and wallflower Cheiranthus allionii to pave the way for a flaming summer in … Continue reading
Although we got back from our Outer Hebridean trip on Monday evening things are nowhere near back to ‘normal’ as we were due at Renishaw Hall on Tuesday in my blogging capacity (more soon – well, soonish) and yesterday the … Continue reading