Bells of Ireland
, Moluccella laevis, is a firm favourite with flower arrangers for its bellshaped green flowers, which can be successfully cut and dried.
Bells of Ireland
, Moluccella laevis, is a firm favourite with flower arrangers for its bell-shaped green flowers, which can be successfully cut and dried.
Champagne-colored linens were an elegant backdrop for floral arrangements including white and pale green hydrangeas, white garden roses, Vendela roses, seeded eucalyptus, and bells of Ireland
Here, she works with lilies, Gerbera daisies, bells of Ireland
, button mums, twigs and an assortment of greens from her yard.
Some flowers you can pick at their peak and hang to dry: celosia, cockscomb, globe amaranth, strawflowers, statice, and bells of Ireland
, and instead of dead heads get material for lovely dried bouquets.
I simply love bells of Ireland
(Moluccella laevis) which hails from Central Asia.
SARAH likes to use Bells of Ireland
or moluccella (below), which produces tall spires clothed in apple-green cups to make an interesting silhouette in her arrangements.
It's happened again--he's ordered four boxes of Bells of Ireland
, a lanky green plant that looks like a monochromatic stalk of snapdragons, and no one can find them.
p CUT flowers such as bells of Ireland
for dried winter arrangements.
SOW seeds of flowers, including sweet peas, Bells of Ireland
, nemesia, tobacco plant, African and French marigolds and alyssum.
Many of the flowers that will go on both floats are exotic, such as pin cushion proteas, bells of Ireland
, red torch ginger, antheriums and haliconias.
After soaking the oasis in water, put in Bells of Ireland