The tall yellow/green blooming branch product is popping up all over the market. I’ve even used it several times, but have just realized now, I have no idea as to what it is. The leaves are almond-shaped and lime-green in color. They hang like delicate pea pods from the few branches. I’m really enjoying using this very hearty and long-lasting (unidentified) product. It worked well along with banksia, tulips, freesia and wild grass. Note to self: Ask what the name of this product is!
For an another account I’ve been covering, I used the clippings of this foliage as filler in an arrangement that also features: kale, grass and one large succulent (I just happened upon outside while on a hike).
Later in the week when I went back to the account to refresh, I added a few stems of bold pink mini Calla lilies for a pop of color. This arrangement sits in the waiting area on a lovely stump of wood.
Here is the arrangement I did in the same space, the week prior. It features another succulent (striped), allium and tulips.
In another waiting area, I created this arrangement (below).It features tiny white chamomile flowers, a few gussied up mums and more wild grass. I particularly love the containers I’ve been left to work with. This one is a vintage water pitcher and I happen to think most everything improves when placed in it.
The previous week I opted to use another vessel that was left to use for this account. This one is short, full, white and has lovely ruffled edges. I filled it with lavender-pink spray roses, trailing jasmine and ixia.