U.S.A., Washington State, Zone 7b
Ooooooooooohhhh... How pretty. I love the way you have one vase inside another. Or is is made that way?
Thank you, Randy!You got it right - there are two vases.
Stunning bouquet! (As is the view)
Tatyana, your home is lovely. The photo of lilies and Japanese maple on background is stunning!
Thank you, Nadezda! I'm glad you like it!
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!
Dorothy, it's interesting about calla lilies. Some people try hard to grow them, but in certain areas they grow by themselves!
Clever use of dried and live plant material and very clever two vases inside one another. Love these Lilies!!
Janet, those dry branches go with Christmas arrangements too!
Truly mesmerising!The whites and the buds really give a good leaves impact.Love all your background scene of this bouquet.
James, thank you!!!
Really beautiful!Have a blessed day!LeaLea's Menagerie
Lea, thank you!!!
Perfect for a wordless Wednesday! Yay! It's Lily time!
PlantPostings, isn't July the best month? For me, it is!
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
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.
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 :-)
Your bouquet of lilies is just beautiful Tatyana!
Wow, what a gorgeous garden and your lily arrangement is amazing! Thank you Tatyana, for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #37!
What beautiful captures! The surroundings are so very beautiful... is that a Japanese Maple? Love those =)
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