From my September Garden

By Sally Pudney on 14th September 2015
From my September Garden

                                         From my September Garden

So this is number nine in the ‘From my Garden’ series, and features three pink Japanese anemones.

I put them in a small glass which is one of a set of six which my mother passed on to me –  they had been one of her wedding presents, but as far as she could remember she had never used them. They are extremely thin glass, and appear to have been hand blown, so I imagine they are quite old.  She thought they were intended as sherry glasses. I do occasionally use them for port! They make very dainty little vases, anyway, and I thought they suited the delicacy of the flowers, and the slightly greenish glass set off the pink rather well.

Hope you like this latest in the series . . .  and I wonder which one you like best so far?? They are all on the 2015 gallery page, of course – do leave me a comment and let me know which is your favourite! 🙂

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