Another quick contribution from me today as I arrived home late with my flowers, but I did want to share Dahlia Onesta, bought as a new tuber this year, started off in a pot in a sheltered position outside and planted at the allotment at the end of May. Accompanying Onesta are two stems of Anemone Coronaria Sylphide, grown from corms this year, and white Nigella, pink cornflowers and crimson Dianthus all grown from seed this year. I’m also sharing my favourite rose Fragrant Cloud who has responded magnificently to feeding with comfrey tea and has produced half a dozen roses for cutting over the last week and my stoneware Denby pot which usually holds dried material through the winter months but here is proving a suitable vessel for two sprays of Lilium regale. I’ve grown lilies in pots for 30 years but have never cut any flower stems for the house before today. It feels strangely liberating! Thank you Cathy for being the instigator of this liberating meme. I’m going over to Cathy’s blog to see what she and others have found for their Monday vases.