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  1. Why thank you Candy for your heartfelt comment. You put it just right that I am sentimental about these tiny vases.

  2. Sue, This is a beautiful sentimental post. I just love it. The tiny vases filled with hyacinths are precious, what a wonderful way to remember your mother each spring. The vases look lovely posed in front of the Wedgwood plates. My mother in Law gave me several of her blue Wedgwood plates forty some years ago. Unfortunately I lost track of them somewhere during one of our moves.

  3. I miss my lilies of the valley that fit in these vases too like little toys.

  4. I love your tiny vase collection! They\’re perfect for the grape hyacinths!

  5. Thanks ARod. I have a lot of plates, but not a complete set. Some cups and saucers. The broken sugar bowl and I adore the creamer. There are even a few of what I think are finger bowls.

  6. Wow, thanks for such a nice comment. I cut some branches off our flowering tree for the white flowers.

  7. I hope you find some Carol. Looks like they grow in California

  8. the flowers just lovely Sue and I love the story behind the Wedgwood pieces

  9. What gorgeous vignettes you created with your grape hyacinths! The Wedgewood is a beautiful backdrop too. Don’t worry about the garden window sill… it blends nicely and looks fabulous. I can’t stop looking at your arrangement in the larger blue bottle vase. It would make a beautiful still life painting. It’s so perfect. I have to pin it just to look at it often. I’m just deciding where to pin it; Art or Garden & Patio. Maybe both!
    ~ Robin

  10. I am not familiar with those flowers, but I am going to check them out at the nursery this weekend.

    My mother had a few pieces of blue wedgewood – I wonder where they are now?

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