Here’s a few photos to whet your appetite, fresh, dried, herby, green, there are endless combinations of wreathiness.
Here’s what the November delivery looked like, a big bundle of dried and preserved flowers and foliage. Lovely warm tones that will last for months, slowly fading but still retaining textures and structure.
Been working with growers choosing flower seeds for next year, very exciting, the monthly deliveries are going to be amazing!
I opened the doors to my first workshop as Flowersmith on Saturday. A perfect autumnal day of creativity unfolded helped by guest florist, Marie, over for a visit from France. It was great to see the students at the end of the day happy and clutching their delicate creations on leaving.
This autumn bouquet is stuffed with a rich palette of oranges and reds, hypericum berries, Chinese lanterns, hydrangea and anaphalis to name a few.
Having got my hands on some vintage boat vases I have been channelling Constance Spry
Saturday 14th December
Sunday 15th December
The best way to get into the Christmas spirit, come and spend a few hours creating something lovely. You will learn to weave a rustic wreath and decorate it with locally sourced foliage, all natural, no plastics.
Saturday 21st September 11am-3pm
Where? Seams Sew on Dunbar High Street
We will be selling beautiful locally grown flowers fresh and dried, jar and bottle posies from £8, bouquets from £30.
Saturday 26th October 10.30am -1.30pm
Come and spend a relaxing few hours in an historic old house in Dunbar among flowers. After a short demonstration you will get a chance to create your own dried-flower arrangement to take home. All flowers will have been gathered from East Lothian, free from pesticides.
Yummy nibbles too of course.
Spaces Limited, so early booking is advised.
This month’s delivery is a collection of jars and bottles crammed with a late summer explosion of colour, also scented with additions of lavender, sweet peas, roses, mint, sage and rosemary.
Late summer bouquet in enamel jug, featuring dahlias, hydrangea, mixed foliage and dill.