ranunculus, garden roses, anemones, with hypericum berries and dusty miller

Gorgeous bouquet - ranunculus, garden roses, anemones, with hypericum berries and dusty miller. love the dusty miller

Starfish succulents by Cosley Houston

Update: Starfish succulent is apparently incorrect. This plant is called Gentiana urnula. And its gorgeous and interesting! Update: Starfish succulent is apparently incorrect. This plant is called Gentiana urnula.

Ombre Rose Petal Carpet by marthastewart

7 Insider Tricks for Creating Amazing Wedding Flowers

my 12000 petals work, ombre aisle runner : wedding aisle runner ceremony diy ombre pink pink aisle runner runner Ombre Wedding Aislex C

Gray & Peach

muted gray, peach, and sage undertones Steph these are beautiful!

color blocking flowers

Love this pink and orange flower combo

Ranunculus is my favorite flower. I just love it. If I could do my wedding over, it would be filled with ranunculus!

Succulent Wreath via ripegreenideas: Here is the link to the tutorial tinyurl.com/3zz926n  #Succulent_Wreath #ripegreenideas

DIY: Simple & Stunning Living Succulent Wreath - Great idea for garden club project

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peach parrot tulips, blush and coral poppies (California State flower of course!), minty green succulents (which are found all over our state beaches), finished in crochet lace and a gold/pink cameo! Such amazing Colors love Succulents and poppies

Protea, a tropical flower, from South Africa.

Dahlia , localhoneyshop.blogspot

free nature wallpapers, Dahlia macro photography by Johnny Huh.

Strange plants in bloom which appear to make their own little greenhouses by Cosley Houston

starfish succulents, Cho Oyu Photos - Tingri to Base Camp

Oh Joy - from my quirky collection of vessels

Oh Joy - from my quirky collection of vessels >> Beautiful flowers

simple beauty

simple, beautiful flower arrangement, peach and green

"Pot Luck" Dahlia

Who doesn't love a pot luck? "Pot Luck" Dahlia - one plant will produce dozens of blooms of varying colors.

cacti

36 Cactus Misc Potted Cactus Collection I would like cactus plants all over my house someday

Garden designer Judy Kameon created this beautiful “T” for New York Times’ T Magazine using 130 plants.

Design Confections

"Garden designer Judy Kameon was commissioned by the New York Times Style Magazine to recreate their iconic “T” for the fall travel issue, so she used 130 plants to grace the cover of the magazine in a subtle palette of greenery.

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