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October 5th 2015

Seasonal Flower Alliance: October 5

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I’m juggling a dozen different projects as we enter the last big push before the season comes to a close. The above photo was captured by  Moonflower Design as we were hustling to harvest garden roses and dahlias for our last workshop of the season, which just wrapped up last week.  I haven’t even begun to filter through the hundreds of beautiful shots from the workshop, but hope to share exciting workshop details soon. The frenetic pace of fall will soon start to slow. I hope.  Chris and I have been counting down the days until we get to jailbreak and head to New England for a little getaway. I’m definitely ready for a little down time.

In the meantime, I hope you’ll keep posting and tagging your photos using the #seasonalfloweralliance hashtag over on Instagram.  I just love seeing the beauty that you are cultivating and creating across the country and beyond.

I particularly love the caption for the following submission, as it perfectly captures why the seasonal flower movement is so dang special:

Show and share your seasonal flower love by cutting and captioning flowers from your fields, gardens or local farmers market.  Simply upload and share your photos on Instagram using the #seasonalfloweralliance hashtag.

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

 

3 Comments

  1. LindaQ on

    Wow where did the summer go? And what a challenge the growing season has been with the high temperatures and lack of rain. It is now fall and the leaves have barely started to change color. At least it hasn’t snowed yet like it did a few years ago here in the northeast at the beginning of October!

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  2. VillageKid on

    As each season comes along I so love the variety of blooms and foliage that each grower showcases!! Fall and the darker colors are just as magical as the pale early summer ones are. Thanks for sharing and also reminding us that a little ‘down time’ is good for all of us.

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  3. Helen on

    In my first year as a Flower Grower in England. Absolutely love the huge dahlias in the photo – could you tell me which varieties you grow?

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