A large terra cotta saucer was perfect for this bright spring arrangement made with forsythia, tulips, daffodils, ranunculus, accacia, sandersonia, kalanchoe, succulents, moss and small zucchinis. Photos: Joni Photo
Here is a selection of arrangements made in an artichoke. They are the perfect size for bistro tables and they always generate some conversation! Jamie Bosworth Photographer
This was a fun project! I don’t know how to draw or paint, but it sure was fun to create designs with colored sand!
Bridal bouquet and centerpieces for a winter wedding.
These little blue or white bulb flowers – that multiply like mad in the garden – are such a delight during late winter and early spring. They perform well in a vase or foam and are a good choice for corsages, boutonniers or flower crowns. Joni Photo
It was such an honor to be contacted last fall by Abby Waller, who is the Managing Editor at Flower Magazine. The topic of the photo shoot was “Rites of Spring”. Photographer James Fitzgerald III came to the studio and captured these beautiful images. Thank you Abby and James and thank you Holly Chapple for […]
The magical hellebores have been blloming in the garden for a couple of months now . This exquisite winter flowering plant is such a treasure, especially at this time of the year… and it is such a treat that they bloom for months. What we actually think of as the flower petals are the sepals. […]
I love cyclamen: the foliage is perfect for corsages and boutonniers, to create wonderful texture in any arrangement or to cover containers or purses. The flowers are so delicate and unique and are perfect choices in bouquets, flower purses and woodland centerpieces! Joni Photo