I also have a very slow growing contorted hazel at the front of my house, which rarely gets cut. It gets long straight suckers coming up from the roots, which must be removed. Whilst doing that, I accidentally broke a piece of the twisted part and, so, it made it into this arrangement and into this post.
The tamarillos are also from my garden
and are much loved by my husband, Sam,
who is waiting for this arrangement to die
so he can eat them.
A wall arrangement
I leave you with this last arrangement, which I did for my lesson with my teacher, Elizabeth Angell. The theme was Red and Green and I used a Haemanthus lily leaf and cotoneaster berries.
Bye for Now,