Forsythia, Peach blossom, and Quince

Fruit blossom branches are a cheerful ingredient for winter floral projects. Whether you force your own branches or purchase them from your grower or supplier. Check out the styling I did with locally grown forsythia, quince, pear, and viburnum! All vases available through Nomade.

In the video below, you can follow me as I shop from my local grower at the market, and style the branches for Nomade, a local home and lifestyle shop here in Lisbon. The vases are made by Helena Abrantes.

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Floral Styling for Nomade

Here are a few snaps from a floral styling project with all foraged flowers, for Nomade in Lisbon. The vases are exclusive to Nomade and made locally here in Portugal. 

Here are the flowers I used:

Calendula arvensis (Wild Calendula)

Acacia retinodes (Swamp Wattle)

Fumaria capreolata (Fumaria)grass

Malva sylvestris (Mallow)

Anredera cordifolia (Madeira Vine)

Smyrnium olusatrum (Alexanders)

Click on the video below for a little behind the scenes!

You can grab the foraging guide right here.

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