Tiny shot glasses were used for the arrangements, I find them perfect for small things.
In this glass:
Mahonia - nameless. The perfume is so sweet but it doesn't last well in a vase.
Salad Rocket flowers - a bit of a cheat as they are in my tunnel.
Rudbeckia - rustic dwarf. I'm not sure how that survived.
Calendula - a yellow and an orange
Viola - un-named
One Virgina Stock!
Perennial basil. - another cheat it was in my utility room.
Zaluzianskya ovata - or night scented phlox if you prefer. I can't stress enough how fabulous this little flower is. Easy from seed and flowers all summer giving a powerful scent of Refreshers every evening.( Refreshers are/were fruity sherbet sweets). The outside is an amazing maroon colour then they open to white.
How gorgeous is that? Still flowering in December but no scent.
Viburnum - I think. I must check this bush in summer. It has scented flowers now.
One night scented stock. Growing in a pot of lavender in the greenhouse.
I'm so pleased with these, and as they are on a board, I can move them around with me to admire wherever I am.
I noticed buds on my Lonicera fragrantissima, I can't wait, and a hellebore in bud which I couldn't bring myself to pick yet. My first seed catalogue has arrived so after the madness has died down I'll be making lists and planning for next year!
For more vases and inspiration visit In a vase on Monday - hosted by Cathy from Rambling in the garden.