"Ever-graceful and hugely versatile, tulips are cultivated in a rich variety of colours, shapes and sizes. More unusual examples include ornate parrot tulips with serrated edges, and double blooms with extra layers of petals. When using tulips in formal arrangements, be aware that once placed in water, all varieties will grow about 5 cm (2 in), and the heads will incline toward the light. Always look for a strong, firm leaf as a sign of quality."
~ Jane Packer ~
[Jane Packer: (1959-2011) British florist and founder of Jane Packer Flowers and flower school and author of thirteen books.]
[Quote from: Fast Flowers by Jane Packer (1998).]
[Flowers: Pink, green and white parrot tulips with white edged leaves.]
[Vase: Mini Alvar Aalto white Savoy vase.]
[Styling and photography: © Ingrid Henningsson/Of Spring and Summer.]
Have a fabulous floral Sunday!
I'll see you again next week.
~ xoxo ~
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