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|Eggs nestled in a nest of green mums.|
|What would an Easter table be without Hydrangea?|
|Eggs in small terracotta pots act as place cards.|
|Lots of layering and texture make for a wonderful tabletop!|
|Grapevine wreaths served as napkin rings with a small chocolate treat tucked in.|
|This bright Herend china and spring flowers echoed similar colors.|
|Teal Pumpkin Project- looks like a pumpkin from Tiffany's. What's not to love?|
|My sugar pumpkin needed three coats of paint|
|This is the craft paint I used.|
|Mokara Orchids, Volkerfreiden Delphinium, Calla Lily, and Hypericum.|
|The Orchids and Lilys complemented each other so well.|
|Same flowers as above but with blue Hydrangea.|
|The blue and green alone together just pop! #Whalers|
|This Delphinium... the textures in one bloom are incredible. |
I hope you enjoyed looking at these flowers. If you would like to contact me, please don't reply to this email. Visit www.juliesharrison.com and go to my contact page. Thank you!
Varieties like Hydrangea arborescens- the most common variety is the Annabelle Hydrangea- get cut down to the ground in fall or spring depending on the gardeners preference.
Hydrangea paniculata can be pruned by cutting the branches back my at least two-thirds.
And remember, be gentle on a spouse that prunes. Plants are very good at forgiving, and we should be the same.
If you would like to contact me, please don't reply to this email. Please visit my website www.juliesharrison.com and go to my 'Contact' page. Thank you!