Sunday, August 30

The Raw Materials.....


for Saturday's weddings. Tomorrow I'll show you some of the finished products. Click to enlarge.








Bells of Ireland




Hypericum, see also hypericum

15 comments:

Shiny Rod said...

Gaww, that is just awesome. The Bells of Ireland are just stupendous. You really know how to show off some flowers. Are you doing anything in the flower and garden show during the state fair?

Joy Des Jardins said...

Oh these flowers are just gorgeous Judy. I especially love the Orange Unique Roses and the Oslana Roses....just stunning. Thanks so much for sharing all of these with us. ~Joy

Gilly said...

Gorgeous flowers! Those orange Unique roses are really startling! I love the soft shades of the peachy ones.

Looking forward to seeing the results of your wonderful talents!

Grannymar said...

I have my seat booked to see your finished talent.

PI said...

I just love those colours. Is that really blue on the hypericum or a trick of the light?

Arkansas Patti said...

Orange is my favorite color. Just beautiful and the Bells of Ireland also drew me in.
Thank goodness eye candy is not fattening.

kenju said...

Rod: No, I never compete.

Gilly & Grannymar : What I'll show you tomorrow are not MY designs, but those of Mel and Rhonda.

PI: the blue is a trick of the light.

Susan DeAngelis said...

Incredible -- breathtaking -- tremendous pics -- Do you think I liked them? lol
Hugs,
Sue

Seamus said...

The orange roses are very stunning! :)

bobbie said...

So very beautiful!

Dianne said...

they're all so beautiful
especally the hydragena, I love their giant heads

Bob-kat said...

What lovely shades, especially the orange roses. Can't wait to see the finished arrangments :)

Ginnie said...

That will really be a colorful wedding. I look forward to seeing how you've used them... they are outstanding.

Carolyn said...

oOOH! I LOVE the Bells of Ireland! I hope I still have net tomorrow so I can see :-)

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

I LOVE seeing the Raw Materials Judy...I remember last time you showed us these huge vases filled with 'raw materials' as you put it...Something about the abundance of it all pleases me no end.