Friday, 1 March 2013
Spring flowers

More and more spring flowers are emerging now and the colour palette that comes with them is most inspiring. I often find myself wanting to use them all at once. Unfortunately  budgets often draw the limit. The more exciting it was to do something less commercial and much more, perhaps, artistic. Something where I was able to simply follow my own instinct and feelings. Something wild and natural where I could flowers let be the way nature has made them to be. Something I would love to do more often. I  deeply believe that leaving flowers to what they are rather than manipulating them to what you want them to be is the only way that they can truly be and show their individuel beauty.

Curls of birch bark embedded amongst fritillaria, amnesia roses, calla lilies, ranunculus, magnolia buds, ranunculus, tulips, lilac,  and privet, jasmin and coral pea foliage surrounded by birch and mossy twigs.









  1. Posted March 2, 2013 at 10:42 am | #

    You somehow failed to mention that this arrangement was extremely well praised and came third in the heats for the RHS Young Chelsea Florist of the year…and you didn’t take it all that seriously…roll on next year!

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      Posted March 2, 2013 at 9:33 pm | #

      Good idea. Sabine should have courage to do that. ;-)

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