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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Lily Bouquet. Wordless Wednesday









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22 comments:

  1. Ooooooooooohhhh... How pretty. I love the way you have one vase inside another. Or is is made that way?

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    1. Thank you, Randy!You got it right - there are two vases.

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  2. Stunning bouquet! (As is the view)

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  3. Tatyana, your home is lovely. The photo of lilies and Japanese maple on background is stunning!

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    1. Thank you, Nadezda! I'm glad you like it!

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  4. The lilies and branches make a lovely and unusal display. I have tried to grow the true lilies several times and this year finally had two flowers. Hopefully next year I might have enough for a bouquet. But it's interesting. Calla lilies grow like weeds in my garden!

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    1. Dorothy, it's interesting about calla lilies. Some people try hard to grow them, but in certain areas they grow by themselves!

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  5. Clever use of dried and live plant material and very clever two vases inside one another. Love these Lilies!!

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    1. Janet, those dry branches go with Christmas arrangements too!

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  6. Truly mesmerising!
    The whites and the buds really give a good leaves impact.
    Love all your background scene of this bouquet.

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  7. Really beautiful!
    Have a blessed day!
    Lea
    Lea's Menagerie

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  8. Perfect for a wordless Wednesday! Yay! It's Lily time!

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    1. PlantPostings, isn't July the best month? For me, it is!

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  9. Tatyana,

    Aren't the lilies gorgeous this year, so fragrant. I love the branches in your arrangement, my problem is I hate to cut them!

    Eileen

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    1. Eileen, I have red and white asiatic and pink oriental lilies blooming in my garden, These beauties came from Costco! I also wouldn't like to cut my own lilies.

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  10. Lovely lilies! I don't cut my own lilies either, I buy lilies and save my own for the garden! Mine have just started to flower, I have around 120, half of which is Lilium regale plus different types of asian lilies and some fragrant oriental lilies. Loved your display with the vases :-)

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  11. Your bouquet of lilies is just beautiful Tatyana!

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  12. Wow, what a gorgeous garden and your lily arrangement is amazing! Thank you Tatyana, for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #37!

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  13. What beautiful captures! The surroundings are so very beautiful... is that a Japanese Maple? Love those =)

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