This week’s bouquet is a sweet little posey made with little yellow daisy-like flowers that come up in the front lawn at the same time as the dandelions bloom. They are really just some type of unidentified weed. But once the lawn is cut for the first time, they are gone, and you’d never know they were even there. Last year I paired them with dandelions, but this year I wanted to do something different.
I also had some pansies that were towering, and far too tall to be at the front of the window box. Trimming them off for this vase seemed the perfect solution. With their yellow eye, and complementary deep purple color, they made the perfect couple.
I am more of a fan of pastel colors in my flowers and combinations. These deep jewel colors seem exorbitant and luxuriant for my tastes. God must have been feeling excessively generous when He painted these pansies. They’re certainly a credit to His creative genius that knows no limits.
Ruffled like a ballerina’s tutu skirt, she looks ready to dance.
Adorning my kitchen window sill, what she lacks in size, she makes up for in color, sunshine, and sweetness.
Linking with Cathy at “In a Vase on Monday” for this week’s collection of floral arrangements.