Flowers is the latest book from Carolyne Roehm. I have every other one of her books, and I’m excited to be adding this beauty to my collection; it does not disappoint.
Sweet peas are wonderfully fragrant and make pretty, simple bouquets that squeak springtime.
Confess—are you the kid, husband, sister or mom that will stop by the grocery store on Mother’s day morning, only to grab a cellophane wrapped bouquet off the grocery store shelf?
The ease and enjoyment of a small vase is that with just a flower or two you can add a touch of natural beauty and thoughtfulness to a guest bath, a bedside table, entry area, your desk, or even a closet. Just having one or two stems in a vase allows the stunning intricacies of the bloom to shine. You can always find a place for a little vase filled with lovely flowers. I even use them to individually store my herbs in water when I cook.
Arranging flowers is therapeutic, a delight to all my senses. I love to create unique arrangements and bouquets, a trait I affectionately inherited from my mother. I have memories of my mother coming home from brisk fall walks with sticks and leaves which she would transform into incredible creations on the mantels and tables throughout […]