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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Dahlias | Fall Flowers from the Farmers Market | Fall Centerpiece


When Summer ends, my mind turns to Mums and pumpkins.  I always forget about Dahlias.  Last weekend at the Farmer's Market I came across these Dahlias.  I loved that there were Fall colors of orange, deep red and rust, but also had coral and pink tones. 

To top it off, the farmer had added a few sprigs of Tuberose to the arrangement, that are also in season in early Fall. 

The scent of Tuberose is amazing - it reminds me of our wedding last October.  All of the men wore tuberose boutonnieres.

I put the bouquet in one of my tin arrangements.  These are the kind of casual floral 'arrangements' that I like to use as centerpieces on my table - it looks like it could have been cut and gathered from my own garden... if I had one!

3 comments:

  1. Fabulous photos, that evoke the muted color palate of early autumn! Thank you for easing me into fall with grace and beauty.

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  2. Beautiful as the life. I like flower

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  3. So pretty Jenny! Great memories too :)

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