In a vase on Monday: Copenhagen

119 Copenhagen market, March 26, 2016, enclos*ure
We spent the Easter weekend in Copenhagen, Denmark.  This picture was taken at the Torvehallerne (or food market, located here and on Instagram here) on Saturday.

To see a few more photos of flowers at the market, please click on any of the thumbnail images below.

The outdoor stall is Stalks and Roots.

To see what other gardeners have put in a vase today, visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden.

In a vase on Monday: grape hyacinths

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On Saturday, I wandered around the downtown Stuttgart flower market admiring all the blooming spring bulbs — which were being sold both potted and as cut flowers (pictures below). I bought some cut tulips and then went to Butler’s for a vase and another container of seashell chips. On the way home, I stopped at a florist and bought a little pot of forced Muscari, or grape hyacinth, bulbs.

I think I should have set the bulbs lower in the vase, but I didn’t want to disturb their rootball, which I covered with the chips.

Click on any thumbnail in the gallery below to scroll through photos of the flower market.

To see what other gardeners have put in a vase today, visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden.