Today I am embracing jewel tones for fall with this gorgeous selection of cinnamon basil, dahlias, celosia, and rudbeckia with homegrown cosmos and wild fennel. I had some flower play time today before digging into some new flower lessons I am preparing for our Fall Flower School students and the You Tube channel.
If you haven’t joined Fall Flower School yet, the pre-sale is over but you can still join over here.
Have a great weekend! I hope you can make some time for flowers.
The cornflowers blossomed this week so I was inspired to make a small posy. Flower posies are one of my favorite types of flower bouquets to make. Here I am using flowers I picked from my balcony garden as well as a few bunches of herbs from a local and organic farm. I encourage flower students, both those looking to become florists, and those simply looking to add flowers to their weekly wellness practice, to make a flower arrangement weekly. Join me?
When you start working with fresh flowers weekly, you improve your home and mental health. If you aspire to be a florist, working with flowers weekly will help you hone your skill and eventually build your portfolio of work.