Fresh Flower Arrangements

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Limelight hydrangeas, yellow cestrum, pink zinnias, shasta daisy & sweet peas

Here are more of YOUR wonderful creations from Saturday’s workshop!  And the fragrance was as lovely as the blooms!  My last Cut Flower Workshop is this Friday, Aug 17th, 9am to noon & there is still room if you would like to attend.  If you love cut flowers, www.FloralDesignInstitute.com is a great source of ideas and inspiration. Go to their website and click on the pink box to sign up for their online newsletter which almost always has video clips demonstrating trendy new ways to do fresh flower arrangements for every season.

We can’t be in the garden every day, but a few fresh buds on our desk is a joyful reminder of the beauty that awaits outside.

Happy Gardening!
Ellen

Fragrant white butterfly ginger, crested celosia, sweet peas & Henry Eiler’s Rudbeckia

 

Red Gomphrena, Limelight Hydrangeas, Ninebark & Chindo Viburnum foliage, Miscanthus grass

 

Zebra grass, fragrant hosta blooms, red gomphrena, celosia, shasta daisy, Henry Eiler’s rudbekia & coneflower seed heads – Like a field of wildflowers!

Asymetrical “C”Shaped Design in silver & pink; “Pinky Winky” hydrangea, Eucalyptus, Feather Celosia, Zinnias, Phlox & Hosta leaves.

 

Fragrant hosta blooms, ginger leaves, yellow cestrum, hydrangeas, sweet peas, Zinnias & Shasta daisies

 

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