Colourful wedding bouquet


Isn’t this bouquet stunning? I love the multi-coloured flowers and the multi-coloured ribbons. I also love the two feathers protruding at the top. They just add another dimension to the bouquet.

Here, we have orange ranunculus, purple lisianthus (darn hard to grow), red leucospermum and gloriosa lily.

And then there’s good old eucalyptus. At the moment, eucalyptus is one of my favourite foliage fillers, though if you want to grow your own trees, you need a bit of space.


Spring mix

leucospermum freesias

Check out these amazing flowers, photographed by Sweet Little Photographs. The velvety grey foliage is  a type of senecio, the yellow pincushion-like flower is Leucospermum cordifolium (a protea), the steely blue thistle-like globes are eryngiums, and the rest is made up of freesias, tulips, anemones, ranunculi and lisianthus.

Image via Ruffled.