Right now, pink jasmine is draping over fences all over town, have you seen it?
For a recent birthday of a special friend, I tried my hand at arranging a bouquet inspired by her favorite designer.
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.
“Regardless of its size or complexity, the perfect floral arrangement is the one that makes you stop for an instant and smile with surprise and delight.” -Preston Bailey
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?
Chances are it’s day three since the Valentine flowers from your honey arrived at the door. If that’s the case, today is the day to give new life to those blossoms of love—Isn’t it kind of nice to have all the sap behind us for another year?
Before all this drunky fun transpired, I did put together some winterish floral arrangements for the photo shoot.
Tomatillo salsa is amazing, but so are the tomatillo plants in my flower arrangements—I love it when you get multiple uses from a simple garden vegetable.
To me, cherry guavas are quintessential Santa Barbara, bringing a burst of fall color to our coastal landscape.