It took most of the morning to complete today’s bouquet, and I wasn’t really happy with it till the afternoon.
I collated foliage first.
But then I was distracted by urgent and interesting post.
Finally, I got back to floristry, and made the ‘Hoopy’ bouquet. It’s a hand-tied hoop of clematis decorated with snakeshead fritillary. The hoopy form suits twisting climbers and best display their blooms. ‘Hoopy’ is also defined by Douglas Adams as ‘really together’ which is apt for this display.
More garden tales to follow!