Woodland with Fritillaria
Last week the first fritillaria maleagris plants of the season were available at the flower market. Every year I buy several flats from Northwest Fresh, as no one sells these treasures as cut flowers. They are a great choice for woodland arrangements.
Thank you Ted Mishima for these beautiful images! A piece of wood served as container and was decorated with mossy branches, staghorn fern, succulents, tillandsias, ferns, mushrooms, other textures and a few stems of fritillarias.
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