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Everyday Flowers: Flowers to Beautify and Decorate the Home Hardcover – March 13, 2012
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"Seasoned gardeners will delight in the detailed garden layouts Pryke offers while casual arrangers will appreciate effortless decorating tips and foolproof instructions." ~Cottages and Bungalows Magazines
"With in-depth instructions on how to make gorgeous wreaths, flower cakes and table adornments, the florist in you will surely bloom." ~Social Diary
About the Author
Paula Pryke has a world-renowned reputation for innovative and brilliantly colorful floral designs. Her highly successful Flower School was launched in London in 1994 and attracts students from all over the world. She is the author of many best-selling books, including Decorating with Flowers, Simply Pink, Paula Pryke’s Wreaths and Bouquets, Table Flowers, Paula Pryke’s Flower School, and Wedding Flowers. Rachel Whiting is a photographer based in London specializing in landscapes and interiors. Her work has appeared in leading lifestyle publications including Country Living, Country Homes & Interiors, Homes & Antiques, House & Garden, and House Beautiful.
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The contents are arranged by the 4 seasons and within each is information on what is good in the garden, what is good to buy and a garden plan. The garden plans are a bit disappointing - after such wonderful photos to illustrate the flowers, these plans have an almost washed-out water colour type illustration. It would have been nice to see a photograph, even if it had to be photo shopped to put together the idea for the plan - this illustration really leaves much to be desired.
Ideas for some specific holidays and events are given, such as; Valentine's Day, Easter, a rehearsal dinner and a Thanksgiving - all in red which really does not summon visions of that holiday. There are some great ideas - like tying small bunches of lavender or wheat in vertical lines around a basket. Many of the other design ideas are different, lavish and stunning.
This is a book that those who love flower arrangements will like.