Living – Herald on Sunday

living_oct_2012As featured in the Living section of Herald on Sunday

Seasonal blooms (Page 3)

“Mid-spring sees delphiniums, poppies and viburnum snowballs available and all are gorgeous in their own right.” says Sarah Scott, owner of Wallflower Boutique Florist. “Poppies tend to come in bunches of mixed colours. They don’t need much arranging, just pop them into a vintage jar or small vase, sit back and watch them open up with their lovely crushed-look petals that look a bit like ballerina skirts.”

Her advice for spring blossom branches is to put them inside a tall vase so they don’t drop their petals.

Late Spring arrives next month and heralds the start of the much-anticipated peony season. Scott recommends putting these romantic blooms in shabby chic teacups or modern glass jugs. The colours range from bridal white through to deep creams, as well as a range of pinks, corals and deep red.

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