This confit pot with its great green glaze is one of my
favorites in my collection.
I just knew it would be a great vessel for my bouquet.
When I picked these this morning, I made sure they were free
of bug bites re: hungry insects, that they varied in texture
and color and the stems left as long as possible for the container
I was using. I also washed each one in my sink to make sure there
were no unwelcomed guests
As I began to create the bouquet I made sure that the varigated hostas were
not all together, the light greens dispersed as well as the dark greens.
Note the stem of dark green leaves from my Helebores plant.
The wonderfully chippy green paint against terre cotta.
Finished! I love the green glaze as it plays with the many shades
of green hosta!
Actually, any collection of greens from your garden (if you don't grow
hostas) will work. Texture and various colors of greens is the secret
to this bouquet sans flowers!
ENJOY YOUR SUMMER DAY.