fall and winter floral workshops

Fall and Winter Flowers on the Farm: Elegant Country Style at Mary’s Land Farm At these workshops, we will show you how to create fall and winter floral arrangements and decorations using seasonal flowers and natural elements. We invite you to join us to learn about flowers and floral design, develop your own personal style,… Continue reading fall and winter floral workshops

how to arrange sunflowers (because they can be divas)

We are in full sunflower season here.  And while sunflowers are certainly show-stoppers and crowd-pleasers (think sunflower festivals), sometimes it’s hard to handle them.  The sunflower is easy to grow from seed and glorious in a field or tucked in the back of a garden.  But, as a cut flower she can look stunning one… Continue reading how to arrange sunflowers (because they can be divas)

mid-week flowers

Late summer climbing roses and sweet autumn clematis (that wandered over from my neighbor’s yard) in a small blue and white bowl. Afternoon therapy. I used chicken wire scrunched in a ball and some floral tape to hold it in place. But you can use anything you have around the house. Give it a try… Continue reading mid-week flowers

summer farm stand flower arrangement

A friend brought me flowers last week from a local farm stand. They came in a mason jar and they were perfect. I wanted some flowers for my dining room table (it hasn’t had any in so long!), something a bit fancier, but still light and airy and summery, so I went to the farm… Continue reading summer farm stand flower arrangement

Monday inspiration: two new flower books

Because one can never have too many flower books (or books at all really), I thought I’d have a look at two recently published books about flowers for your home. While they are both beautiful and inspirational, the authors have very different approaches to the art of floral design and decorating with flowers. I like… Continue reading Monday inspiration: two new flower books