Here is a small container of summer blooming flowers from my Virginia garden for #inavaseonMonday. Can you guess the herb that is tucked inside?
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I love the little round vase that these are in, Peg, and yes, I can see the herb peeping out – I think it must be mint? Applemint perhaps? What a fragrant (and largely edible) vase this must be – thanks for sharing it.
This is darling! I love round vases yet don’t have many. Note to self. Lol. Is that lavender?
No, there is no lavender, the herb I was thinking of is calendula, large flower in front