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Using the NEW Burgundy Trend Selection Sachet from Chrysal USA with Hearts Roses, Butterflies and Mirror Containers!
This week’s project features the OT Lily Hybrids from Sun Valley Flower Farms- OT Lilies- are a hybrid lily- that has the best features from Oriental Lilies and Trumpet Lilies. “OT” can also stand for OVER-TIME- because these Lilies really do work overtime to Impress Everyone!
I’ll be using African Lady- one of these GIANT
Gerbera Daisy- Flower Farming! Oh My- there is nothing quite as impressive as a greenhouse filled to the brim with Blooming Gerbera Daisy Plants… it’s one of the flowers that we harvest when it is completely open. It’s different than other flowers that way. Lilies, Tulips, Iris, Roses…even Carnations are harvested in tight bud
Michigan is busting out the Autumn Colors… I snapped these pictures while I was taking “L” for a walk today…
(“L” is our black and tan cocker spaniel… short for “Eleanor”… she likes it better… hehehe)…
The Autumn Color Palette isn’t just limited to Orange, Yellow and Brown… there’s so many interesting variations…
Deep Pinks, Acid Greens,
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J Creates a Hand Tied Bouquet using oranges, burgundy flowers paired with Bronze and Copper Succulents. Color Enhancing Succulents allows you to combine color and texture to your bouquets. These gorgeous “flower keepsakes” make the Bouquet Magical!
Tints, tones and shades of any one color look great together and are classic in nature. They have a calming effect. For example: pink, mauve and burgundy or pale yellow, lemon yellow and sunshine yellow.
Colors next to one another on the color wheel: yellow and orange, blue and lavender, red and orange.
Written by Chris Campbell
Most of us have holiday traditions. Some are handed down from generation to generation. Families and groups of friends create other traditions as they decorate homes and plan celebrations. Holiday houseplants are one of those traditions.
We typically think of Poinsettias as “the Christmas flower.” Campbell’s Nurseries planted this year’s crop of