In a Vase on Monday-Mendocino Headlands Edition

 On Saturday (my traditional vase building day) I was not at home , but instead happily installed in a small inn adjacent to the headlands on our north coast. I decided to take my clippers (always a pair in my car) and create a small vase of the wildflowers and grasses that carpet  fields along the bluffs.




 Sadly, the only things I can identify are the Briza maxima  and our native Achellia. I am going to try to find a guidebook to the grasses and wildflowers of this area -a place I visit at least twice a year- so that I am not so ignorant.


 Here are a few photos of the vase ingredients in situ.







  Thanks to Cathy at Rambling in the Garden for hosting this weekly floral fest !

Comments

  1. Well done, but it is that last photo that maketh my heart sing like Freddy Mercury.

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    1. OMG! You’ve got me giggling at that one Hoov!

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  2. The arrangement looks great and very appropriate to Mendocino. The views are glorious! I hope you had a great time.

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  3. Excellent! Having a vase full of things you’ve collected when traveling adds another dimension to your stay.

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  4. A wonderful arrangement and a magical setting!

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  5. Love the concept and it's elegant and muted palette!

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