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Friday, March 16, 2012

Irish Spring!

Fresh flowers in the foyer to welcome the holiday and Spring!

Hydrangeas, mums and a few specimens that I don't know their names!

I usually buy one type of flower in one color, by the bunch, but sometimes a little splurge by the stem is so much fun!
The florist told me these soft green mounded stems are in the mum family and they'll last 2 weeks!
 And, they remind me of a grassy knoll, so I could I resist?

Happy St. Patrick's Day!!!


  1. What a beautiful bouquet...perfect for St. Paddy's Day. Enjoy your weekend R!

    Kat :)

  2. Just a beautiful piece of work there! I love it and it just right for Spring and St. Paddy's Day. I have to tell you when I read Irish Spring the first thing I thought of was the fresh, clean, bracing smell of that soap! xo Diana

  3. I believe the one that you are not sure of ...are called...Belles Of Ireland...
    My husband is Irish...
    we had the Belles of Ireland in our daughters my other daughter is a floral designer...

    Cheers....raise your Guinness to St Patrick!!!!

    Linda :o)

  4. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you too Rebecca. I had some of those flowers at Christmas time and they lasted nearly four weeks!

    Enjoy your weekend!


  5. Beautiful!! A simply lovely arrangement - and SO much better than the ubiquitous dyed carnations!!

  6. Happy St. Patty's day!! Love your green splurge!! Beautiful,

  7. Hello Rebecca

    A very Happy St Patrick's day weekend to you.

    Your green flowers are superb. I love bells of Ireland

    Have a delightful week

    Helen xx

  8. Happy Monday and almost Spring, Rebecca!! I've been away and now getting caught up. Love all these gorgeous greens!

    xo Elizabeth

  9. Such a lovely and unusual bouquet, Rebecca!

  10. Love the monochromatic look - well done!

  11. Hope that you did indeed have a wonderful St. Patrick's Day. Beautiful flowers - I love to use flowers in the same colour palette too, but I do admire people who can create a fabulous mix of colours that still looks chic and elegant. Lovely blog by the way!

  12. Also looks like you have some green Trachelium and Lily Grass in that arrangement.


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