Made with the final bit of flowers left lingering in my garden, this wild, rustic bouquet marks the end of one of the finest flower seasons of all (autumn) and the beginning of a long, cold wait until spring. Sad but always exciting to see what we can come up with during the dark days of winter. In this fall mix: anemone centers, echinacea, wild aster, hydrangea leaves, sweet autumn clematis vine, achillea, and artemesia in antique blue ball jar).
Just when I thought all the blue berries I spied last week had disappeared...I find them! Greens and blue berries in a tin can. Sweet and simple with a manly elegance. Note: these porcelin berries are actually invasive in Connecticut.