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Cut Flowers, Foliage & Fruits of the Southeast

Four Seasons of Floral Design

Native plants are the natural centerpieces of the southeastern landscape, so why shouldn't be the centerpiece of the southern table? From the mountains of Southern Appalachia, into the Piedmont Plateau and all the way down to the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plains, native plants provide an abundance of cut flowers, foliage, fruit, and berries that add regional character to any bouquet, vase or wreath throughout the year. Les mer
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Vår pris: 325,-

(Innbundet) Fri frakt!
Leveringstid: Usikker levering*
*Vi bestiller varen fra forlag i utlandet. Dersom varen finnes, sender vi den så snart vi får den til lager
På grunn av Brexit-tilpasninger og tiltak for å begrense covid-19 kan det dessverre oppstå forsinket levering.

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Native plants are the natural centerpieces of the southeastern landscape, so why shouldn't be the centerpiece of the southern table? From the mountains of Southern Appalachia, into the Piedmont Plateau and all the way down to the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plains, native plants provide an abundance of cut flowers, foliage, fruit, and berries that add regional character to any bouquet, vase or wreath throughout the year. Cut Flowers, Foliage, and Fruits of the Southeast introduces readers to the beautiful bounty of the region along with growth information, seasonality, how to forage and harvest responsibly, and flower care, illustrated with vibrant photography. Then bring that landscape indoors with guides to create wreaths, bouquets, corsages, and vase arrangements. Tutorials and primers will teach the expert and novice alike to arrange gorgeous floral designs by season.

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Om forfatteren

Lee Hemmings Carlton is a horticulturist living and growing on the western side of Beech Mountain (3500' altitude) North Carolina. Lee was born and raised on a large tract of family land just along the banks of the Ochlockonee River and one of the most diverse forest ecologies in North America. Lee was raised to explore and appreciate the beauty in her surroundings. She studied plant sciences at the University of Georgia. Lee has been designing and installing plant-driven, site-specific, colorific gardens and landscapes in Georgia, Alabama and the Carolinas for two decades. She began growing cut flowers for market in 2008, and has earned the respect and business of a growing platform since. She incorporates native plants in all of her work, and is committed to their protection and advocacy. She runs a nursery, curates a cut flower garden, cares client landscapes, and creates ever-popular wreaths and floral projects for consumers.