"Using Moss. In winter I find myself using moss in far larger quantities than at any other time of the year, both as a base and as part of the design. For the flower arranger there are several important types of moss. The clump-forming bun moss or looser flatter carpet moss are great for covering bulbs or mechanics in arrangements. Sometimes we use decorative green bun moss as part of the design, as its deep green velvety texture adds depth to arrangements."
~ Paula Pryke ~
[Paula Pryke: British, London based florist, founder of Paula Pryke Flower Shop and School; and author of fifteen books.]
[Quote: From Flowers Every Day by Paula Pryke.]
[Flowers and moss: White waxflowers and carpet moss.]
[Vase: Off-white bulb vase and white plate for the moss.]
[Vintage props: Psalm books and gold baubles.]
[Other props: Black and white fabric with snowflakes, tea-lights with washi tape and black and gold twine around vase.]
[Styling and photography: © Ingrid Henningsson for Of Spring and Summer.]
Have A Wonderful Floral Sunday!
See you soon!