A lot of you were asking what this flower was yesterday. I’m so glad you asked! It’s a hellebore and I absolutely love using them this time of year! ...
The photo is of Helleborus x Sahini “Winterbells”— a rather brilliant cross between H. nigra and H. Foetidus (stinking hellebore) resulting in charming pink flushes on the nodding backs of the flowers. ...
It’s a great flower for the winter/ early spring garden even blooming through the snow- and makes a great cut flower. After clipping dip the newly cut stems in boiling water for 30 seconds then plunge into cold water and keep in a cool place for a few hours to hydrate. Then, enjoy their beauty!
Absolutely in awe of this exquisite entrance display and the beautiful colours for the top table #weddingwednesday
3931 hour ago
Wir bei der Arbeit an der Installation für @monokelberlin.
Ich freue mich immer, wenn wir mal Bilder bekommen, die den Prozess und die Entstehung unserer Arbeit zeigen.
An dieses Shooting denke ich immer wieder gern zurück weil ich Installationen dieser Art liebe und wir soviel Spaß bei der Gestaltung dieser hatten.
Nach und nach entstand eine Art Waldlichtung im Studio.
Gorgeous yellow tulips dressing this window. ⠀
We adore flowers in the home, styling can be simple when you have the right vase, vessel or bottle. ⠀
Top tip for arranging is to pop a small amount of chicken wire, moss or twigs in the base of a ceramic vase to give your stems support and hold a good shape! ⠀
Happy 1st year anniversary to Nicole and Glen. We hope you had the most amazing day celebrating and reminiscing your vows 💍
1213 hours ago
the tulip season is practically over, its always so short but manic as its a race against time to cut before they fully open to glorious sunshine. Every year I have a think about whether its worth tulip growing on a smaller scale, that profit margin is always questionable 🤔 ... but somehow I can't resist, I will think again in the Autumn 🌷 #tulip#tulipseason
Did someone say arch? 🙌🏼
Loved this arch for Sarah & Robbie’s special day, photo by @jocurrie
4234 hours ago
Wednesday where did you come from? Back to work for me today after an extended Easter weekend. I’ve got a fun and flower filled month ahead starting today with flower buying, networking and a date with my laptop this afternoon. Hopefully our kitchen worktop will also return to this kind of look later today too... 🤞🤔 this is how you drink coffee when @eliza_rose_home comes to visit ❤️🥰 xxx
2664 hours ago
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Jasmine. What it means to me.
I'd hang it everywhere. The smell always takes me back to my childhood, watching my mother hang out fresh wet sheets on the squeaky old washing line, the wind billowing them up into a blue sky filled with trailing clouds of pink-tinged white jasmine growing along the wooden fence and up the neighbours cabbage tree. The scent released into the air with the breeze. .
My first floral installation. Snippets of jasmine and begonia flowers cellotaped to the wall overhanging the kitchen servery, where the adults put out bottles of alcohol and nibbles. Everyone commented on how it was such an original idea to hang flowers there and I felt so proud. .
Now as an adult the smell of jasmine still captivates me, my favourite perfume is acqua di Parma for these Italian summer's, and bvlgari's jasmine noir to get me through winter.
The rest of the year i feel I'm holding my breath. But for now, when the jasmine blooms, breathe deep. Carpe Diem. .
Jasmine, viburnum, helleborus, roses and other whimsical elements from the garden. The blue and white bits we grew from wildflower seeds given to me by @puscinaflowers. Roses from my friend @giovanni_seri