25 April 2012

Flower Arrangements of the South West (b)

In the Stroud Valley the pots were more like six minutes in the making, instead of six months. Branches from a copper beech joined lilac and the yellow pompom which people find in their garden without knowing how it got there or what it is called. In the kitchen: supermarket pots of herbs, cellophane removed, ceramic dish added.
In the end the flower decorations in Ross and Stroud produced the same result: happiness.