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lovenfreshflowersA river of decapitated ranunculus. This is what happens when the weather gets unseasonably hot so all the ranunculus get twisted stems. Hoping things actually cool down a bit around here!
Freesia: I love them so much-when my granny was still alive they were her absolutely beloved flowers-every birthday I brought her millions of millions to make her smile and breathe them...the last birthday morning she got a deadly stroke and so the birtday flowers changed in mourning flowers...now I go and breath them evrywhere I see them bloom...so my granny is still here...
Freesia! Love the citrusy fragrance and that the bulbs keep coming back every year in my garden.
Freesia flowers smell magnificently, and they are the perfect flowers to give to somebody you don’t see a lot, as they symbolize thoughtfulness, and caring for someone regardless of distance.
Double Daffodils at Local Color Flowers
Ranunculus at Local Color Flowers
Linderas is an everlasting Tan foliage with small berries. It is a beautiful winter foliage that and a nice break from "Christmasy" evergreens. We love mixing this foliage with the early soft pinks, oranges and creams of Spring!
Fantail willow- Is everyones whimsical favorite. If you want to be different and fun definitely opt for these unique branches.
You can't go wrong with adding sculptural succulents to any bouquet or arrangement. They add sophistication to any color palette.
Flowering Quince - White. We love flowering branches. They are beautiful arranged on their own or mixed into a grand design. They smell good too!