flowers for homes

November 29, 2009

grey, baroque and soft leaves for winter

Filed under: flowers, homes — magdalenasflowers @ 5:20 pm

so what florals did i have in my house for this past holiday (thanxgiving, my favorite american holiday!!) and probably for a while to come??

lots of dusty miller leaves…….. those grey, soft, almost baroque and very ornamental leaves, that you just have to reach out and touch and caress, cause they are so textile, almost like fur……..

and they last and last……. one vase in my house i’ve had already for 2 weeks and counting…..

so forget the “seasonal” orange or yellow, or green and red……. boring……

go for soft leaves, soft like a favorite sweater or scarf…….. grey, soft and white like snow…….. and ¬†ornamental like, well xmas ornaments……. we’ll add some white flowers and fragrant holiday greens later……..

4 Comments »

  1. sounds great, but we need photos! keep up the great inspirational flow

    Comment by joachim jung — November 30, 2009 @ 12:34 am

  2. Yes I agree we need some photos

    Comment by Elizabeth — November 30, 2009 @ 10:03 am

    • ah yes…… maybe my wish will be granted and this friendly photographer who has nothing better to do, will come over at some time today…..

      Comment by magdalenasflowers — November 30, 2009 @ 10:12 am

  3. Aah sorry, I forgot to tick the “notify me of follow-up comments via emial” – Hope to see update soon on this specific post. People need to see how stunning they look:)

    Comment by Elizabeth — December 3, 2009 @ 12:42 pm


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