Children's illustrator, needle felter and toymaker. Somewhere in rural Shropshire.
That is a gorgeous photo, I love the vase..
Ooh how lovely, I bet they smell wonderful. Can't beat a big old jug full of fresh flowers, I can imagine this scene appearing as a background detail in one of your illustrations one day
Ooooh, I can almost smell them from here!
What a pretty jug to put some pretty flowers in. Pinwheel days, looks great, I love the pajamas.
I love the alchemilla flowers next to pink; they just make everything look so vibrant. I bought an alchemilla a few years ago; the first language on the label was German, and they'd translated Lady's Mantle as Lady's Coat. So it's been Lady's Coat ever since. It's always fascinated me that such a thuggish plant has such delicate flowers!
Ladys Coat hehe, doesn't quite have the same ring! mine never produces enough flowers for picking :o(Gorgeous pic.
Ah, Ladys' Mantle, that were it. I inherited a few plants in pots, and had been struggling to see what the point of them was. Now I have found a use for them they won't end their days on the compost heap.
Lovely flowers Gretel and such a pretty vase too. What did you do to deserve these?
My almost-mother-in-law is very kind when it comes to things like flowers. :-)
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