Just before it was supposed to rain, I ran out to the garden to cut some stems of Toad Lilies (Tricyrtis) for a Monday bouquet. It seems like every time I look the rabbits have mowed down another clump of them, so I decided I might as well cut them down myself so I could enjoy them indoors.
Given how many plants the bunnies have trashed, I was amazed when I went to put my cuttings in a vase and realized what an abundance of this species I have in my garden.
A couple of stems of an annual Hibiscus with dark purple-brown leaves and some of a white Heuchera round out the arrangement. A lush nod to the fact that we haven't had a frost yet. This is one of the few spots indoors where I can put a larger bouquet though it is a bit difficult to see it clearly with that painting as a backdrop. The arrangement is 29" high (including the vase) and 24" at its widest point (73.66 cm. x 60.96 cm.).
Visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden, the host of this Monday meme to see what other gardeners have put into a vase this week.