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Inspiration for Thanksgiving Floral Workshop


viburnum callicarpa crabapple berries

I’ve been outside snipping little bits, gathering tiny treasures from nature and making inspiration boards for the Thanksgiving Floral workshop that Rochelle and I are holding on the 14th. Todays board is all about berries. SO many colors, sizes and density of clusters to play with. – Roanne

clockwise: callicarpa, crabapples, viburnum, cotoneaster, ilex
Photo credit John Gruen

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