Centennial flower power

Flowers at Hawk HillIf you like to arrange flowers, there is nothing more wonderful to be invited to show up and design.

Gorgeous abudanceAll the materials from JK and MR were beautifully grown and conditioned – ready, set, go! What fun!

 Garden GloryVases were 8” heavy class cylinders, filled with a variety of conifers which acted as the pinholders, looking beautiful while supporting all the stems.

 Black-eyed SusansThe bounteous garden flowers included pink, orange, red, and yellow dahlias,

Red dahlias and pink pholxWhite (tinged with pink) cosmos, tiny daisies, yarrow

 Pink DahliasSolomon’s seal foliage, coleus, perovskia

Dahlias and ColeusSedum, goldenrod, hydrangea

Jewels of OphirAsters, Jewels of Ophir, helenium

 All pink among the coffee cupsWhat’s left in the garden? Thanks to everyone who made things beautiful!

Cheers!

About Susan

Susan Detjens is a former landscape painter, she lectures, demonstrates and runs workshops on floral design for museums, horticultural organizations and garden clubs across the US.
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One Response to Centennial flower power

  1. Alexandra says:

    Beautiful! What fun for you

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