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The Year in Flowers

This last Flower Friday of the year is a look back on the last twelve months of blooms. Whether a single stem or a large mass, the beauty of flowers for the soul is like air or water to me, as I know they are to many of you, necessary on many levels. Here are some of my favorites I think you might remember, and for certain know you will enjoy…



















 

 

An Orchid, Geranium, Hydrangea Layered Supper Table 

Setting a table can be lots like getting dressed on a chilly morning. Layering becomes key. This dining table was pulled together by the addition of the orchid I bought at the grocery store the other day for 10 bucks that I plunked into an old English biscuit bucket. The pumpkins, little vessel of hydrangea and geranium had already been on the table. The orchid became the final flourish, like adding a scarf or hat just as you head out the door.



 

 

White Pumpkins, Geranium & Hydrangea

Love this time of year when there are still so many options to choose from when setting a table, along with the divine mini pumpkins. While the hydrangea have started to dry a bit, they still add such a happiness. The grocery store geranium soaking up the sun in this particular spot and thriving. Then a variety of things green pulled to finish up the table for a weeknight meal, once the candles were lit.