We stopped the car at the top of our street the yesterday to try and reign in a stray dog that was meandering towards the highway. It happens a lot where I live. We had no luck with the dog but I did spy a neglected ornamental plum that was crying out for a bit … Continue reading Flowers Found
Just because. Snapping up the last of the sweet peas (it’s too hot for them poor loves), and digging to find iceburg, albertine and lichfield angel roses that haven’t been drained of colour by thrips yet, plus the tail end of the iris and a few sprigs of queen annes lace and lambs ears. If … Continue reading Sweet and low
Little Triffids made this bouquet for the local museum foyer. We’re proud to say it’s all from the farm! Sadly spring has very quickly turned into summer around here and the above 30 tempretures are turning the sweet peas from sweet to pea and the rununculus into sad looking stems… Meanwhile the summer babies (cosmos, … Continue reading Museum Bouquet
Little Triffids has made its first dollars this week! A bunch for a friend to give to another friend – and then that friend loved them so much they ordered two more, one for work and another for home. Lucky me! Whilst I’m coming to grips with the planning and growing thing, the arranging thing … Continue reading Little Triffids Customers!
I was so honoured to do the flowers for this couples wedding day. It was a beautiful celebration and the funnest combination of stylish soft pastels and pops of peppy colour! The bouquets have rose, disbud mums, stock, ranunculus, blushing bride, pieris japonica, snow berry, freesia, wattle, gum and fennel. The button holes consist of … Continue reading Wedding: Sonya & Tony
My mumma and I took a weekend trip to Victoria to visit some beautiful gardens. We visited Buda in Castlemain, where I captured the one and only peony currently in flower in all of Australia (I think?), Lambley Gardens and nursery – stunning display gardens and fabulous plants for sale, St Erths (ahhh the Diggers … Continue reading Victorian Gardens
Blushing bride, snowberries, green chrysanthemums, freesia, pieris japonica, ranunculus. I had these few lovely things left over from a wedding this weekend and managed to make this darling. I’m rather pleased with how it’s turned out.
A little sneak peak of something I’m doing for a wedding this weekend. I am SO excited for this one! Credit where credits due – this is by no means my original idea – I first saw it on Twigg studios.
After doing weeks of battle with depressing frost (frost blanket on, frost blanket off) it feels like the end of winter is in sight! I was gifted these incredible blossoms from a friends house and they make my heart sing! Throw open the windows Spring is here!
The first hint of wattle, pea vine & lambs ears and of course the good old jonquils are giving us a little bit of winter cheer in these parts.