Today is the first full day after the March equinox in the Western Hemisphere. To accent that fact, I assembled four simple arrangements in medium small planter vases.
The first is actually an onyx water tumbler carved in Pakistan. I’ve only used it as a flower container, but washed up, it could be used as tableware. The stone has subtle hints of pink, so I chose daisy flowers of a similar color mixture.
The mid-1950’s vintage chartreuse planter by California Pottery holds a selection of succulents.
Two of my favorite flowers are moss roses and spider mums. These red and red-orange examples warm up the cool white Anchor Hocking glass planter vase.
The marble vase, crafted in India, features a traditionally styled spring assortment of blooms.
The Blue Jay of Happiness quotes Ancient Roman writer, statesman, philosopher, Seneca the Younger. “Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.”