Such beauty in one bouquet. These spring arrangements include a mix of pretty pastels and look as though they’ve been plucked straight from the garden. The main flowers in the top two images include tulips, roses, clematis and astilbes.
Astilbes produce their fluffy blooms from spring through summer, with plants growing best in part shade and moist soil. The silver-felted leaves look to be Senecio cineraria ‘Cirrus’. Unfortunately, as far as I know, we don’t have this plant in NZ.
The bottom arrangement includes dogwood branches, hellebores, ranunculi and purple lilac. Such a delicious spring mix.