The flowers on Cape Cod are finally blooming! This one is from last week. Not from my yard, because I don’t do red, but they’re pretty spectacular, and basically get lost against the Sarah Lutz painting.
I always forget the name of these purple flowers, but they’re among my summer favorites. They’re wide open when I go outside in the morning to cut flowers to bring inside, but at night, they close up tightly.
An Insta follower told me these flowering branches, clipped from my yard on the Cape, are called doublefile viburnum, otherwise known as Japanese snowball. Styled in an unglazed bone china vase fromCB2
This gorgeous bouquet wrapped in burlap arrived from Farmgirl Flowers last week, compliments of a sweet, thoughtful designer. The garnet, coral, and violets are so gorgeous together and the evergreens and berries scream holiday. My favorite element? The stems of cotton.