Summer Bouquet of Lilies in Tall Pitcher.
The perfect vase for creating a bouquet with asiatic lilies.
So many places sell taller vases, but sometimes you need a shorter vase like the one in the image above to style your shorter yard plants like these beautiful yellow lilies, and the mouth is wide enough to accommodate their wider greenery.
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Customer's Review of Lisa York Arts Vase
"Lisa's work is great. The piece is beautiful and perfectly functional... I've been waiting for full blooms to use my gorgeous Mother's Day Gift." ~Elizabeth
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Yard flowers is the best part about Spring!
Every spring I look forward to picking a bouquet of daffodils. No flower says the beginning of spring better than a daffodil in my opinion. Yellow is also one of my favorite colors as it's so cheerful!
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Begonia plant in beautiful handmade triangular planter.
In this planter, I have a mix of two variations of spider plants and a begonia plant. All these plant babies were gifted to me, and this was my first winter having them flower. They are planted in one of my triangular planters with a geometric pattern with a turquoise glaze.
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Bud vase the perfect Easter centerpiece.
I love getting updates of pots in use from my happy customers. Plus you guys are so much better at pulling together a cohesive home decor. They used this happy yellow bud vase as their centerpiece for their easter dinner.
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Christmas tree or Christmas Cactus?
Last year I started the tradition of adding Christmas tree lights to my Christmas Cactus in lieu of a Christmas tree. I'm still unpacking from the move to Connecticut, but this Christmas Cactus will have it's Christmas lights soon.
What do you think. Does this make me scrooge or a creative person? Regardless I'm so excited my Christmas Cactus survived the move, and it's need for severe pruning and has produced some blooms after all.
Need a unique Christmas gift?
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5 Year Wedding Anniversary Flowers
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