Hand made wishing well with just a mix of my favorite flowers.
An all-green foliage design emphasizes texture.
"Tea Time" I made this using some sunflowers, black-eye susans, zinnias, dahlia, red blood grass and zebra grass. It is arranged in my mother's antique, brass teapot adorned with jewels from my treasure chest!
"All About Color" I made this using corkscrew willow, zinnias, lilies, tall garden phlox, and my two-tone double rose of sharon. Arranged in a shallow dish.
Mason jar filled with fresh flowers from my garden.
The last "Just Joey" opening in the house in the middle of Winter. It showed nine blooms all told, in the coldest winter in a decade. We don't get snow, but this rose just doesn't quit!
Flower Arrangement in show at Cylburn Arboretum, Baltimore, MD
Spiral Arrangement at Cylburn Arboretum, Baltimore, MD
Birthday flowers, from a far away friend, is the perfect gift for a gardener.
Zinnias and Cosmos. Simple yet lovely.
This dried flower arrangement was given to me by a friend to fit the vase made by another friend.
A hybrid fuchsia cutting in a polished metal bud vase, digitally edited.
My wife said to build an arrangement in orange.
I give all credit to God that this beautiful photo was possible. The storm that went through flattened almost everything else. Japanese water iris, 'Diomedes' was never more beautiful. My personal rainbow of hope.
A vase of cut flowers from my own garden can always make me smile even on a dreary, rainy day.
My motto with arrangements is keep it simple stupid.
This is a beautiful living flower arrangement at our Botanical Gardens. It reminds me of the flowers at my grandmothers house when I was little.
Flower bouquet from my garden.
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