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Echoes of the 2013 ingredients in a long, low centerpiece include richly-colored oak leaf hydrangea foliage, eucalyptus, beauty berry stems, and OSO Easy Double Red roses from a landsape rose -- all harvested from the Slow Flowers Cutting Garden

Leaves, Branches, Berries and Blooms

Week 48, as we revisit the 10-year anniversary of the book Slow Flowers Slow Flowers Society started 10 years ago after I wrote this little book, Slow Flowers – Yes, it’s still in…

Striped petal pattern
Bundle Dyed Table Runner

Making a marigold-infused silk table runner with petal patterns from…


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