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August 30th 2014

The Seasonal Flower Alliance { August 28 }

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Another beautiful blur of a week. It went by so fast I almost missed it. Big news and updates coming soon so if you’re not already signed up, be sure to get on our newsletter list to get the full scoop.

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These big guys were created for a wedding this weekend and included: hops, crabapples, dinner plate and regular dahlias, rose hips, amaranth, raspberry greens and love in a puff vine.

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If you can manage to squeeze a little flower time in this week, I’d sure love to see what you create.

To join in the project, simply make up a bouquet using seasonal flowers, snap a photo, post it somewhere on the internet and then leave a link to it in the comments section here. If you’re on Instagram, you can use/search the hashtag #seasonalfloweralliance for even more flowery goodness all over the world.

12 Comments

  1. Amanda on

    Love this idea for seasonal flowers posted from all the different regions. Here is Texas we have had a much cooler summer, which is high 90’s. Mustered this bouquet from the garden into my new resale shop vessel. http://instagram.com/p/sbSAXOC6Ls/

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  2. Mel on

    Those dahlias are wonderful, I must make more efforts next year to grow some. I have lots of rose hips in the wood behind our house but can’t think of what to mix them with your bouquets have inspired me. Thanks!

    Here is my little bunch for the week. http://mysilverymoon.com/?p=7659

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  3. Catharine on

    Gorgeous flowers, mine are heavy on rudbeckia triloba which is blooming like crazy at 5′ + tall perhaps too much of a good thing? Zinnia painting as well. Love seeing all these beautiful arrangements :)

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