Olde Fashioned Flower Bouquet

Look at this lovely cottage flower bouquet my husband bought me yesterday from Totnes. The market was on there was beetroot cake, colourful clothing and quaint shops.  These are brilliant Delphiniums if you look like at the centre is a little bonnet.

Look at the lovely graded colours on the snapdragons.

Delphiniums

Look at the Delphiniums little tails make them look similar to dragon flies and if you look in the centre it looks like there is a little bonnet inside.

small, petite perfectly formed white flowers

Not sure what the white flower is but its made up small perfectly formed white flowers  – perhaps someone out there knows. One of the natural smells I love at this time of year is that of sweet peas so I couldn’t walk past these, they called out buy me.

smell lovely

How lucky I have been as this is the second lot of flowers this week.  The others are roses that have opened up lovely.

these have opened lovely

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