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Bulbs & Tubers, In Season & Plants

Three apricot dahlias

‘Coronel Bronze’ A quite dark apricot dahlia, but I would not call it orange. The flowers have a wonderful ball shape (ball shaped dahlias are my favourites). Easy having in bouquets or just laying directly on the table. I had two tubers in the buckets last year. This year I will…

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Bulbs & Tubers, In Season & Plants

White dahlias

White flowering dahlias are easy to have in any style of garden since white goes with everything. This year I’m trying a couple of new varieties. White dahlias, as most white flowering plants, has a disadvantage and that is they don’t wither beautifully. I’m solving that by deadheading them quicker than…

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Bouqets & Decorations, In Season & Plants

Double flowering tulips

Double flowering tulips are really special. Not so easy to find in the shops around here unfortunately. Therefore it was true happiness when I found a couple of bunches in purple and pink the other day. These days tulips makes the winter easier to cope with. We have had huge amounts…

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Bulbs & Tubers, Plants

Dark red dahlias

2016 and 2017 was the start of a dark red- and cerise tone theme on the dahlias at my place. A theme I am pretty sure will get to stay. A few varieties where new for me and some I tried the year before. Together they created a nice mix…

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Bouqets & Decorations, In Season & Plants

Saturday tulips

New bouquet with tulips and cytisus brings energy, hope and spring feelings. Something that may be needed as a reminder of that winter dosen’t last forever. Love the scent of cytisus. This bouquet ended up in the kitchen. Wishing you a happy weekend! /Charlotte

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Bouqets & Decorations, In Season & Plants

Rescuing Hyacinths left from Christmas

I am very happy to rescuing the left over hyacinths from the shop shelves. I have never understood why so many only connect hyacinths with Christmas here in Sweden (maybe in other countries as well?) when they are primarily a spring flower, which has a long season as a forced…

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Bouqets & Decorations, In Season & Plants

A new year

Welcome 2018! Finally on our way towards more daylight hours, I am about to burst with longing for the garden, flowers, the smell of soil and all the outdoor time. I find the winter darkness becoming harder and harder to cope with and the missing of opportunity to pop out…

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Bouqets & Decorations, In Season & Plants

Easy made table decoration

You don’t need a lot of flowers and green material to make beautiful table decorations. With just at branch of wax flower and eucalyptus, a few chrysanthemums (I used three), a handfull of green moss and oasis I recently made two flower arrangements for candles and a couple of small vases…

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Bouqets & Decorations, In Season & Plants

Hyacinths in moss

Hyacinths are so wonderful and hard to be without. They smell winter, Christmas and spring all at the same time, and so easy to arrange in many different ways. To make small moss packets with the bulbs is fun and easy. Goes well with a table setting, or to use in…

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November, Pots

Secured pots in the greenhouse

If it wasn’t enough that the voles have eaten most of the bulbs in the garden, the bulbs in pots in the greenhouse aren’t even left alone. However, I believe that mice are responsible for the greenhouse pots. Already when the pots with spring bulbs were put there earlier this…

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Food & Baking

Saffron biscotti

At the end of November, baking saffron biscotti is a must for me. You simply have to bake them at this time, and they taste just like Christmas, even though saffron isn’t only a Christmas spice. I make a double batch so that they last all of December, and they…

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Bouqets & Decorations, In Season & Plants

Anemones

In the light of the winter’s frost and also the darker winter grey weather, anemones are fantastic. Filled with life and freshness, they are just what you need on a frost glistering or rainy day at the end of November. Winter luxury with touches of spring. Just a few branches…

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