I have certainly had lots of beautiful flowers to bring in the house all summer here in the mountains.
My friend Bonnie brought these from her garden when she came for lunch a few weeks ago. Is that not the sweetest bouquet?
I transplanted these daylilies early this summer and they were so nice in front of the storage and playhouse.
My mother doesn't really like white lilies, but these in her garden are some of my favorite.
I enjoyed every single bloom from these pink Asiatics. I'm pretty sure this is my favorite flower on the planet.
I mixed and matched some weeks...
...then used single stems other weeks.
My mother brought me this bouquet of hydrangeas from her garden with gladiolas that my grandmother planted years ago.
As autumn comes there will still be plenty of things to bring in, then for winter I have Cypress, Arborvitae and pine options, which I just love until Spring comes...again. The point is, you don't have to buy flowers at a florist shop or grocery store in order to have fresh blooms inside. Invest in bulbs and plants now for your zone that will yield whatever you like to see on your table next summer.
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