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Succulents have been so popular this year! Here is another great display from
The Succulent Perch, CA.
The Flower House Project will be available for the public to view from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16 and 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 17 and 18. The house is located at 11751 Dequindre St. in Hamtramck, MI.
Cutting edge florists from Michigan and across the country will fill the walls and ceilings of an abandoned detroit house with American Grown Flowers and living plants for a weekend installation.
Tickets for general admission will be $15 each, with all proceeds going toward deconstruction efforts. Children under 12 are admitted free with an adult.
BBrooks member florist Labellum, MT created this bridal bouquet of deep rich burgundy dahlias, roses, cymbidiums, callas.
Barb, from Our Fair Home and Garden, saw a few antique windows a yard sale and set off on a path of creative genius. After gathering more windows from family and friends she set out to create her own greenhouse. After seeing this, you might consider gathering and re-purposing some old windows yourself!
Did you know the term Ranunculus actually refers to a genus of over 600 species of plants? These particular beauties are called Ranunculus asiaticus, aka Persian Buttercups!
This peculiar green pod, called Nigella damascena (but better known as love-in-a-mist), is another member of the Ranunculus family. Talk about an eclectic plant genus…
As seen on BBrooks member florist Michael Daigian’s Facebook page.