More daffodils. Just wait until they start blooming ferociously. I'll drive y'all away from here for good, you'll be so bored. (In this case, "y'all" refers to my three readers, and actually I'm surprised you've lasted this long since I'm already up to my 7th post on the topic of my favorite flower, the daffodil.)
My grandmother's speech on daffodils to a state gardening club convention in Richmond in the 1970's continues ......
"...There must always be room to see each flower, and eleven or less should be adequate for most arrangements. They look best when associated with spear-shaped leaves very much like their own and with some simple branches--perhaps maple, larch, beech, or japonica for height and gentle contrast. Some purists in the flower arranging field believe that daffodils should be given the opportunity of looking at themselves in water. Remember the tale of Narcissus who fell in love with his own image?
Small rectangular bowls with the flowers at one side or at the end, somewhat in the Oriental style of flower arranging, seem to be the best solution....."
Chesapeake Bay Woman's
My grandmother probably would not care for my flower arranging technique. As we speak, there are 5 vases
Watch out, dear reader. This is