6 days in and these fabulous flowers from www.theflowermillcornwall.co.uk just keep on blooming!
With home grown Chrysanthemums, Dahlia, Zinnia, chocolate scented Cosmos and wild Cornish hedgerow ferns and flowers, this bouquet has a natural grace which regular florists simply can not match. Its wild beauty takes us right back to nature; like walking through a flower meadow on a sunny day.
Make yourself smile and love flowers!
My friend Vanessa grew them. It is such a lovely friendship as we both share a love of flowers and pretty china. So glad you like them.
It’s always good to have a friend with similar interests. Happy to hear you two share such a nice friendship 🙂
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I want you to meet this love friend I met through wordpress. Karen blogs from the UK. She has a passion for gardening, fine china, cooking, flowers, her sweet cats and dear friends.
Her wring. Makes me feel life and I am sharing tea across her table
I just read the comment above:-) You blog from UK-I did not know that. My oldest daughter just moved from UK to Sweden last week. I have you in my reader, but I miss your posts for some reason. Have to figure that out:-) I love your blog/web page:-) I am starting to sound like a broken record, but I love how your photos are a “story collage”–picture of a story in one photo with all kinds of “details” to discover each time you visit!
chocolate cosmos in a brown sprinkled vase:-) oh so pretty:-) I need to learn to cut my flowers and bring them in- I am missing out on the best part of having flowers! You inspire me!
I look at those flower and wish we had a larger flower beds. I love having fresh cut flowers in the house. I so enjoy admiring their beauty and enjoying their fragrance. I am glad that you had a nice birhday.
Your flowers and their vases are so lovely.
Thank you Gretchen. I love vases and can never get enough!
A lovely bouquet, and long-lasting too. I’m glad that dahlias and zinnias have come back into favour.