The garden is dwindling, but fall is putting out some beautiful color and even some blossoms here and there. Here are two bouquets recently made for church that show the variety still available this time of year.
This basket bouquet is made with hydrangeas and sweet autumn clematis.
And this burst of fall color is made with Southern oak leaves, sumac, goldenrod, wild asters, and sedum.
I’m hoping the garden will provide bouquets through the end of October. Then we’ll put away the baskets and the crocks and the floral foam until spring. 🙂 ~~Rhonda