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Traditional wedding bouquets with a twist: lush, natural creams and gorgeous foliage

Traditional wedding bouquets with a twist: lush, natural creams and gorgeous foliage

  This bridal party’s bouquets exemplify my style: lush, full of flowers and foliage to create a collage of color and beauty! These feature some of my favorite dahlias: Beaucon White are the medium cream colored ones, and in each bouquet you can also see […]

Putting the farm to bed for the winter…

Putting the farm to bed for the winter…

October is kind of a bittersweet month, no pun on bittersweet, that gorgeous, noxious, invasive vine intended! October means frost, which means the end of most of my flowers, including the dahlias, ageratum, and zinnias that populated so many of my fall-themed bouquets and arrangements. […]

Dark and lovely bouquet for a boho bride!

Dark and lovely bouquet for a boho bride!

  To create this bouquet I used all the darkest flowers I could find! Five kinds of dahlias in burgandies, reds, and purples, 2 kinds of foliage, and lots of it, to create a lush look, and lots of limonium, which adds texture and a […]

Summer Sunset Wedding Flowers in the Hilltowns

Summer Sunset Wedding Flowers in the Hilltowns

(All photos on this page courtesy of Lauren P. Wadsworth Photography) Generally, a bridal flower consultation begins with inspiration pictures. This bride’s inspiration photos featured bouquets full of orange, peach, and cream colors, with lots and lots of dahlias. The night sky and the solar […]

About me.

About me.

As long as I can remember, I’ve loved plants and gardens. In middle school I planted a vegetable garden in the weeds in our yard, giving myself an intense case of poison ivy in the process. In high school I had a garden of houseplants […]

Late summer/fall Flower share!

Late summer/fall Flower share!

I am so excited to offer a second flower share CSA this season! The first share, which started in July, was a great success, and based on the flower situation I will have about triple the flowers the end of the season that I’ve had […]

Year 2: flowers I’m loving, flowers I’m not

Year 2: flowers I’m loving, flowers I’m not

This is half a note to myself for next year, half a blog post! Now that I’m smack dab in the middle of year 2 of my little flower farm, I’ve developed some clear favorites and discovered some flowers that simply were not worth space […]