The flowers we worked with in the workshop included: specialty narcissus, parrot tulups, hellebores, ranunculus, fritiallaria, clematis, akebia, spirea, amelanchier, viburnum, quince, camellia, anemone and dogwood.
I love reflecting on the individuality of the students who came to the workshop. From their questions to their favorite flowers, from the color palette to the shape and flow of their arrangement, their finished arrangements are so unique and perfectly express the beauty of spring.
Special thanks to the growers of these stunning flowers: Busy Bee Farm and Florals, Cartref Gardens and Ninebark Farm. And with gratitude for the support from A Fox in the Flowers, Charlotte and the Quail and Kelly Brown Photography. And thanks to the incredibly talented growers and designers who joined us for the workshop including Darlene, Kathleen, Carol and @houseatwindsor @backcountryblooms @littlebirdbloom @perennialgatherings @flower_fort @jillloveslace @alison.lopakka.joy.