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The colors of roses has changed… We used to search for bright colors, or the Perfect Red Rose… but Flower Trends have blurred the lines of color…
It all started with an amazing rose called “Amnesia” pictured here from Esprit Miami….
These unique muted colors coined an interesting phrase… “Tween Color” – from my friend Lee
It’s that Color that lies BETWEEN the other colors… that’s a TWEEN Color… it’s not quite PINK…it’s Not Quite Peach… it’s somewhere in between. We can use these colors to our Advantage… but using them in combination with our Primary Theme Colors to cause Interest, Excitement or Drama.
A Bouquet of All one Color is
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.
This month’s Featured uBloomer interview with Janet Martineau is going to be a special treat. Before conducting the interview with Janet, I asked uBloomers to contribute questions for the interview (I didn’t let them know WHO the Featured uBloomer was) and uBloomers came up with some pretty great questions. As you enjoy this interview,
Christopher Grigas (aka – MFT) is the owner of In Bloom on Schuyler Pond, a floral/gift/antique shop in Saratoga Springs, NY. He lives in sin with his partner Donald, in a nice townhome five miles from the shop. Together they have two Corgis (Ceily and Sandy) and a pet Tarantula named Sammy.
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