Flowers of the month (January, 2017)


Hi, this is Shire. I post this entry for my Japanese friends (in their time) so that those of you who live in the most part of the real world are still on the edge of year 2016♪

Well, time difference is a pretty interesting & kinda mysterious thing, isn’t it? I know we all suppose to know the logic (we are all located different parts of the orbit which makes the time difference based on the rotation & revolution). But do you really think that is what’s going on? You actually never know until you experience it by yourself….we only believe what scientists say & show us the mathematical equations.

Anyways, I would love to introduce the beautiful flowers of this month at Shamballa School.


I continue “white & red” combinations in this month as well as the last month, December, 2016. It is the same color combo, but you actually see these flowers totally different way.

OK, for the “white” ones, I have picked these two: white tulips and snow peas.


[some images are borrowed from this page]

These 2 kinds of flowers both create a cute and clean atmosphere. The language of flower for sweet peas is “departure” which seems suitable for the new year. White tulip is a birthday flower for January 1st and snow pea is a birth month flower for January in Japan, by the way.

Then, I have added another January flower (which is the birth month flower in UK & US), carnations.

[images are borrowed from this page]

I chose really nicely deep red ones like gorgeous red roses. Well, the main theme of this carnation flower is “love.” Isn’t it really beautiful?

Here is some white & red flowers display ideas for your reference. In fact, I did arrange them like a dome style which has created really sparkling atmosphere.

[some images are borrowed from this page]

Would you be able to imagine what I have actually arranged at the Shamballa School? If you visit there (in your dream and/or your imagination), you will definitely be able to see the beautiful & sparkling flower arrangement.

At the same time, I know you have already seen it as you have read through this blog 🙂

Thank you very much for visiting my blog in Shamballa ♪ Hopefully, you will stay with me as we go with the flow.

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