The green bobbles are Dianthus barbatus ‘Green Trick’ which are rather fun for an arrangement. I grow them because I love green flowers. The other green is the ever reliable, ever useful, Alchemilla mollis .
The froth is Ammi majus, the spikes are white delphiniums and Campanula alliariifolia ‘Ivory Bells’ with a Hosta flower. In the centre is the last ‘Iceberg’ rose.
To the left there is a white Campanula persicifolia. These seed all over the garden in blue and white. This is the only one I could find as they have almost finished now. The little starry flowers to the left of this is the last spray of Clematis recta ‘Purpurea’. By the jug handle there is a little bit of Clematis ‘Alba luxurians’ which I can never quite make up my mind about. The flowers are twisted and edged with green . There is a little bit of honeysuckle for fragrance and that is it. It is sitting in the birdbath in the first photo.
And for the next photo I brought it inside so that we can enjoy it in the dining room over dinner.
Cathy at Ramblinginthegarden has got everyone picking their flowers and putting them in vases. Do join in, it is fun. If you go over there you will see what everyone else has been up to.