28.2.11

Flowers in the home Monday






The leftovers from the wedding in a jam jar on the kitchen table.
A double primrose on the book case.
A jar of Lily of the Valley on my desk.
A bud vase on the side table.

I am not Elton John.

It seems that The Americans have sweetpeas.

Did you join in?

11 comments:

flwrjane said...

I borrowed some also. Unfortunately the poppies are popping all over the place and one stem has already broken.

Perhaps I can get some money back when I return them?

We may have sweetpeas, but you have my favorite flower, lily of the valley.

Oh, and I "borrowed" the bulbs in a jar idea also...

My mother always told me there was nothing new under the sun.

Guess I'm proving her right.

xoxo

Urbanstems said...

Miss P - pretty blooms in your house. Love the Lily of the Valley. I know we are looking at the blooms but I do rather like the look of your tablecloth! Sinead

Mrs T-J said...

The double primrose is the winner for me although I am rather drawn to the single rose! The lily of the valley is also exquisite, beats my pot of horizontal growing hyacinth any day. Keep trying Mrs T-J! xxx thank you for the red lippy approval Miss P!

kelly said...

swooning too over your lily of the valley and i the tablecloth!! the world is a better place for pretty tablecloths. unfortunately my wee magician whips them away too quickly here. my monday flowers are barricaded in the corner! x

Mrs T-J said...

eeek I have started a blog too! Called simply, Mrs T-J! its very simple well I would say crude really in the original sense of the word as I am a total techno-phobe and this is going to be a steep learning curve. Hope you like no clue how you find it or indeed how I do to update it! mmmm first hurdle identified xxx

International Floral Blogs said...

ohhh, such a lovely primerose !!!

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

Darling little bits of lovely. So pretty.

sarah said...

i joined in! thanks for sharing about the fun blog hop!

domestikated said...

Oh so pretty. Especially those wedding leftovers! I do love a jam jar =D

webb said...

I love your primrose! Don't have any success growing them here - summers are too hot, I think. Yours are so sweet. Thanks for sharing

Marie said...

Clearly, you don't need to be Elton John.