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  • Blooms in Season: Wreath Making

    I'm thrilled to bring back Blooms in Season this December with Natalie B Designs because she just launched wreath gift boxes. If you're looking to get creative this holiday season I highly recommend popping over to Natalie's site Flower Friends and checking out the different wreath options she has at the moment.

  • Blooms in Season: Winter Whites

    This month for our Blooms in Season collaboration, Natalie has put together a stunning winter inspired arrangement. To get inspired by past Blooms in Season posts – click here.

  • Blooms in Season: December

    I can’t believe this is our last Blooms in Season post of the year. , a bit of whimsy, and something elegant for the holiday season. Are those in season? When it is colder, I do find myself buying imported blooms that come from warmer climates. To see all of our 2013 Blooms in Season arrangements pop over here.

  • Blooms in Season: Signs of Fall

    Since we’re slowly seeing signs of Fall coming, Natalie and I thought it was time to bring back Blooms in Season. How do you get inspired with your arrangements when a new season arrives? A new season brings new blooms, what should everyone expect to see in the next month when it comes to flowers? As the season unfolds we’ll start to see more fall foliage such as maple leaves, zinnias, the last of the dahlias, bittersweet and the last rose bloom. To get inspired by past Blooms in Season posts – click here.

  • Blooms in Season: December

    It’s so difficult for me to not say this is one of my favorite blooms in season because each month I almost always want to say this. Lastly, what’s your favorite branch or type of greenery you can’t live without this holiday season? To get inspired by past Blooms in Season posts – click here.

  • Blooms in Season: June

    I’m smitten over the latest Blooms in Season post. The fragrance in summer flowers is like no other season. Natalie will discuss the selection of blooms but in case you are interested, there are two different varieties of both lavender and sage. My wish is that all of you could smell these blooms from your computers (or iPhones)!

  • Blooms in Season: Spring Branches

    I always know that winter is close to being over when I see these lovely flowering branches in my home. 1) Now that spring flowers are in bloom, which types of flowering branches can we expect to see? We start seeing the first blooming branches in January and they last until late April. Cherry blossoms are currently blooming and are so special because they come in white and pale pink. As a side tip, Lilac is not necessarily a blooming branch but it is available during the spring and their woody stems like to be smashed with a hammer so that they can maximize water retention. 4) When it comes to branches, do you prefer having them solo (similar to how we shot these cherry blossoms) or with other flowers? To get inspired by past Blooms in Season posts – click here.

  • Blooms in Season: December

    Tis the season for wreath making. For the last Blooms in Season post of 2014, Natalie and I wanted to do something a little different. We’ve featured beautiful arrangements all year long helping inspire and teach you what flowers are in season.

  • Blooms in Season: Dreamy Dahlias

    To get inspired by past Blooms in Season posts – click here.

  • Blooms in Season: September

    One of my favorite things is that we have four distinct seasons to enjoy. Rose hips are the fruit from the rose plant and we see them in early Autumn after the summer roses have stopped blooming. However, in my home I am always most drawn to the longest lasting blooms and branches so that I get the maximum enjoyment without having the change them often. A new season brings new blooms, what can we expect to start to see in season that you are excited about? To get inspired by past Blooms in Season posts – click here.

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