• The Swan
    The Swan
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    Yesterday I attended the annual Wedding Open Day at Campaspe Country House in the gorgeous village of Woodend.  Many  couples came along to view the Venue and to meet both Staff and the local businesses/vendors who present their individual products.  Although it was an extremely hot 42 degree day,  it was a great turn out…

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  • Flowers
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    DAHLIA’S Any of several plants of the genus Dahlia native to the mountains of Mexico, Central America, and Colombia, having tuberous roots and showy, rayed, variously colored flower heads. I love Dahlias, they are on the top of my list for my favorite garden and cut flower, there are so many varieties and colors of…

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  • Our Garden
    Our Garden
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      As one of my resolutions coming into the New Year, I have made myself a promise to share my love of plants and my garden (albeit a little messy at the moment) not only how it can bring much pleasure watching it grow and develop but to also encourage you to use your  gardens…

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  • A Country Wedding
    A Country Wedding
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    The Bride and Groom were looking for relaxed and ‘color’ inspired wedding flowers; Rich warm Autumn colors of golds, purple, red, orange, and russet –  using an eclectic mix of blooms, foliage and textural elements.

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  • An Autumn Wedding
    An Autumn Wedding
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     20/04/2013 Set within the family home and garden – the brief  –  Country,  rustic,   Autumn color and texture with an emphasis on burgundy and reds…We used locally grown Hydrangea’s in  warm hues of russet, blue, purple and green; berries, autumn foliage in rich reds, gold and ambers.  Seasonal blooms of Cymbidium orchids, Calla Lily,…

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