21 Sunday Jan 2018
Posted Silent Sunday, Uncategorizedin
19 Friday Jan 2018
Posted Thank goodness it's Fridayin
Amy Ireland, Covent Garden, Floral street, JamJar Flowers, Melissa Richardson, Rakes Progress, Thank goodness it's Friday
How wonderful is this? Wallpaper? Art installation? It is as if the flowers were flattened as the paper was rolled up.
This beauty was hanging in the Rakes Progress pop up shop in Floral (yes really) street, Covent Garden.
If you are in the area take a look at their website as they are running a number of displays, workshops and talks but be quick, the pop up shop ends on 26 January.
Have a beautiful day. D.
29 Friday Dec 2017
Posted Christmas, Thank goodness it's Fridayin
commercially grown white rose, cut glass creamer, December, friday flowers, garden magazine, ivy berries, Kenji Toma, mistletoe berries, periodical, Rakes Progress
Unlike Cathy I did not manage to be organised enough to prepare a blog post sharing my in a Vase on Monday on Christmas Day. I hope you all had a lovely day wherever you were.
I did have a little offering of a shop bought white rose, (I saved one for myself, thanks Mo) a few white buds of mistletoe, some greenery and big fat black ivy berries.
Placed in a cut glass creamer it was a token for the Christmas table along with two pots of white cyclamen.
They worked well as there is something annoying about anything taller where you have to duck round to see the person opposite. Or maybe that can be useful.
As I write this post I am having a quiet day catching up on household chores and saving an hour with my cup of tea to read through my neglected issue of Rakes Progress.
Cover photograph by Kenji Toma.
This is an excellent Quarterly which I signed up for at the Chelsea Flower Show. I guess I would describe it as the horticultural equivalent of Cereal Magazine in terms of presentation and quality of photography.
Within this issue, number 6, there are articles on indoor gardens and honesty sheds, the ancient Indian city of perfume and America’s original land artist Agnes Denes, freediving grandmothers and catwalk florists, plus stick weavers, kokedama, kosher cooks and Milton Keynes. Quite a crop to keep the reader going until the snowdrops appear. I encourage you to seek out a copy for a truly original and refreshing look at all things horticulture related.
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