Recipe of the Week

In honor of the hibernal solstice on Friday our recipe this week celebrates all things winter from whites pure as snow to timeless textural elements that are so uniquely winter we can practically hear the yule log crackling in the background. Sweetly scented white cloud garden roses, white brilliant star spray roses, and white ranunculus create a winter richness that rests neatly upon a bed of fragrant evergreens.

Like a delicate frosting of snow; white astrantia and white ginestra grace the arrangement accompanied by cream hypericum, white phlox, and natural cotton on a stick. To add another layer of depth; blue thistles and privet berry highlight the silver tones of the evergreens, which are intensified by the silver of the dusty miller and brightness of the eriostemon. A vessel in tones of pewter and silver enhance the design and tie this winter solstice inspiration together for everyone to enjoy.

Planter Sil Trees w/L 13x6inOp – S23868
Garden Rose Wht Cloud x12 – 67266
SpRose Wht Bril Star 50cm – 29331
Pick Nat Cotton 17in – S21403
Hypericum Crm Magical Ivory 60cm – 10780
Thistle Blue Dynamite 50cm – 20828
Phlox White Dutch – 21127
Eriostemon Budded – 36067
Ranunculus White 10stem 4-5cm – 56625
Berry Privet Purple – 25249
Astrantia White Dutch – 47656
Corey Rader

Author Corey Rader

Corey Rader has been working in the floral industry since the age of 16! He brings over 10 years of experience with him to DVFlora as a Sales Assistant and continues to work as a designer in his time off. Floral design has been an important part of Corey’s life for years and he looks to share his love with the rest of the world!

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