"Cyclamen are incredibly popular winter houseplants. They deserve to be as they are so easy to grow and have a broad colour range. Large trays of flowery cyclamen plants seem irresistible, but a few lonely pots seldom look as good when you get them home. Then I discovered a new way of enjoying them: I harvest the flowers and use them for cut arrangements instead. They last very well; the plant keeps producing flowers on the windowsill out of sight; and I can have little vases to enjoy around the house. Somehow these small but intense clusters of flowers capture the enticing vibrancy of the potted version en masse."
~ Shane Connolly ~
[Shane Connolly: Florist and event designer, he designed the flowers for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding in 2011, author of A Year in Flowers, Table Flowers and The Language of Flowers.]
[Quote: From A Year in Flowers.]
[Flowers: White Cyclamens with some white heather in the background.]
[Container: Vintage cream coloured wash bowl.]
[Other Props: Vintage French louvre doors.]
[Styling and photography: Ingrid Henningsson for Of Spring and Summer.]
Have A Wonderful Floral Day!
See you soon.