April 11, 2012

Spring Catch-Up, Part 2 of 10: Woodsy Lavenders

I am a huge fan of hellebores, and not just because they are poisonous (read, "deer-proof") and shade tolerant, and therefore fit to grow at our place. This time of year, their muted, earthy colors are the perfect balance to otherwise potentially saccharine spring palettes. Here they are in some woodsy lavender arrangements, along with olive from Wooden Valley, eucalyptus buds from Napa, calla lilies from Arroyo Grande, brake fern from Washington, tulips and roses from Petaluma, and ranunculus from Yorba Linda.


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