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09 October 2011



they are beautiful
both the flower
and the vessel that carries them
much like our soul
what do u say :)

diana strinati baur

It's a beautiful bowl, one that took great patience to make. It looks perfect with the bulbs -- I don't think I have ever seen anything quite like that. It's a very organic and tactile combination.


Those are stunning. Love the colors and that they need neither dirt nor water. I might not be able to kill those -- that'd be a refreshing change of pace!


The multipetalled croci (is that correct? Crocusus? -es? Oy) are spectacular and so unusual. Gorgeous as usual, m'dear.


Such beautiful contrasts....soft and rough, dark and pale. Both beautiful and together sublime.

C'est moi!

That bowl, is making me jealous. I love it!!! It's stunning! Thanks for your Thanksgiving wishes, you are thought of today with thanks, of course.
Like those flowers some people are late to bloom. I'm one of them. Some of us just find ourselves later in life I guess, right?
Have a wonderful flower filled week ahead Tara. xo


They are beautiful! I didn't know they would bloom without water. I must try this. I have some growing in my garden and just love them.


Gorgeous! I have not seen the kind of crocus!! The pottery is amazing!


Art by Karena

Mary H.

The bowl is as fascinating as the contents.


The bulbs are so pretty are they a type of crocus? I've never heard of bulbs that are meant to flower without planting or water.

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