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November 3rd 2015

Seasonal Flower Alliance

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It’s November.  I’m not really sure how that happened so fast, but here it is already.  November means mums to me.  Ever since I rediscovered these amazing plants, a couple years ago, I’ve become a little obsessed.  I’ve added dozens of new varieties to my garden and over the last few days been knee deep in trying to capture the beauty of these blooms for the Floret book.   It is has been fun to see others with newfound appreciation for chrysanthemums sharing their bounty as part of the Seasonal Flower Alliance.

Friday Night Romance! #flowerfarmer #farmerflorist #slowflowers #americangrown #seasonalfloweralliance #backyardbouquets

A photo posted by Goose Creek Gardens. Ltd. (@goosecreekgardens) on

I am So glad I added the heirloom mums … perfect addition to fill where the dahlias left off. #heirloommums #seasonalfloweralliance #abmautumn

A photo posted by Blossom & Branch – Kristy (@blossomandbranch) on

Want to join in the fun?  Show  your love for seasonal flowers by simply sharing a photo of  flowers from your fields, gardens or local farmers market and add a caption which includes the #seasonalfloweralliance hashtag over on Instagram.

If you’re not on Instagram, here’s glimpse of the beauty being shared around the world:

5 Comments

  1. Jessica on

    What are a couple of your favorite varieties of mums?

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  2. Kristy on

    Thank you so much for introducing me to mums via your blog post a few years ago. I can’t wait to see the photos of yours in the upcoming book!

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  3. Clare on

    Love them! Definitely one of the most underrated flowers. We still have lots in our field. Not sure when the frosts are coming but they are holding on as long as possible ;)

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  4. Florist in India on

    Thanks for sharing Seasonal Flower Alliance. I like your blog.

    Reply

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