Our new, yet old, harvest wagon. This was my husband’s childhood wagon (I think it was even his Dad’s too) and I turned it into a short-distance harvest wagon. It makes me smile seeing it filled with flowers
1 Day ago
Due to bumper orders this week the Friday Flower Club online shop will close at 8pm tonight! If you want to grab a seasonal bouquet full of scent don’t delay in ordering 👩🏻🌾
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Beyond the tulips, when the colour rushes in. Chartreuse and the full colour wrap of purple in its infinite dilutions of red and violet.
1 Day ago
Soft salmon ranunculus + pale blue delphinium is my new favorite color palette
Only with precious flowers I brought from my parents garden☺️ Arranging with garden flowers is my training - what we have right now in the garden is very limited, but I always found color palette could work only with little tricks in the end. The trick of the day is adding just one blue cornflower as an accent!
A patch of wildflowers I noticed yesterday. It made me happy to see some bluebells still going strong, there aren't many left now. Their blueness looks so lovely againt the starry stitchwort flowers which are everywhere.
Stitchwort was given its name because it was once believed to cure stitches in the side and similar pains if mixed with acorns and wine (seems quite obvious once you know!) It's also called thunder flower in some areas because picking it is meant to cause storms 🌩️🌼
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Spring blooms are popping up everywhere and this warm weather finally feels like it’s here to stay! Happy Tuesday, friends! ☀️ Image by @terrilynnwarrenphotography
Flowers you can’t kill 🔮
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My first peony 😍 I’m in love guys...This is an Itoh peony. It’s a cross between the herbaceous peonies and the tree peonies. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I’m totally smitten and I already want to buy another peony bush! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Sarah Bernhardt peonies are gorgeous, but I can’t seem to find any nurseries in my area that sell them as a bush. I only see it sold as a root that must be planted in the fall & I’m too impatient for that 😔☹️⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Since taking this photo, I already have a second yellow peony 😄🥳 I can’t wait for more flowers to bloom 💛 As horrible as this pandemic has been, I’m grateful for the courage it’s given me to grow different varieties of flowers, to bring a little of the beauty of my favorite gardens to my own backyard. I’ve only ever grown “easy” flowers before, like pansies or marigolds.
A bouquet so big I could hardly hold it. Full of La-Di Dardy lovely, luscious lupins, peonies, roses, spirea, cornflowers, sweet williams, alstroemeria, poppies etc etc etc.... A treat for someone special.
Local peonies are available! Should we add them back into the online store? 📷 @marni_leialoha
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I’ve been doing a whole lot of using what I got lately, and it happens that my most successful crop is dandelions.
Feeling into the shattering losses we’ve suffered this season and the utter mystery ahead with this one.
We are seeds.
Coral Charm buds embedded in this bunch will look very different in a day or so. They ripen like no other peony.
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These football mums have the most amazing texture! 🏈 #FSLiving
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Errinkay pressed her masked face longingly against the dirty living room window, counted all the ways she missed me, and left peonies from her garden on the doorstep, carefully wrapped in newspaper. All of our windows are now adorned with flowers, bringing us so much joy. Like, literal spontaneous smiles.
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Мир взял курс на красоту в простом. Как и было задумано.
Если для того, чтобы напомнить об этом, нужно пройти через ряд лишений - нууу, видимо, иначе с нами нельзя ❤️
Just a little something for the lounge.
My Step-Mum grew some pretty spectacular alliums so I decided I had to go big.
I’ve loved having the time to try some foam-free bits over the last few weeks. This is the first time I’ve had a go at an urn arrangement - armed with a bucket and some chicken wire. Takes some getting used to but all this practise has helped me learn some things that work (and mainly lots of things that don’t!) Thank you @helenhvaal for lending me your urn so I could play!