A delightful hand-tied wedding bouquet using an abundance of foliage and eclectic informal blooms to create that just-picked look. Locally-sourced Kent Dahlia from a prize-winning grower were teamed with other English flowers. These cheery colors really had the guests smiling.
Design: Maria Smith of East Kent Flower Company https://eastkentflowercompany.com
FLOWERS: Dahlia ‘Jowey Winnie’, Eryngium alpinum ‘Sirius Questar’, Eucalyptus cinerea, Jacobaea (silver leaf/dusty miller), Lavandula, Panicum (fountain grass), Thlaspi (green bell) and Viburnum opulus (Guelder rose) with garden roses.
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Flora Magazine is edited by Judith Blacklock, proprietor of the world-renowned Flower School in Knightsbridge, London.