May 03, 2011

Here is another tulipiere, well, almost a tulipiere.  Traditional tulipieres have little holes for each  flower that share a common well of water.
This white pottery one is a little different in that it's comprised of little individual vases molded together.  It is similar to my glass one.
I love the way it looks with herbs.
This was a gift from my mother.
 It's kind of fun and makes a few sprigs look like a big arrangement.
I love these crazy things and have two more to share next time.

I am knitting of course.  Working on a few:  This and this.  And soon I want to start this one.

Hope your weather is as pretty where you are as it is here!

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  1. This is breathtaking and inspiring! I love it...the green and white is so simple and lovely...very pure. Thanks for sharing!

  2. oh I live vicariously through your green thumb!! and love the new sweaters - I just finished one of cecily's designs and really enjoyed it. want to knit another one soon.


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