Spring Ombre with Ryan Jane Co.

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Thinking of spring's first flowers and the English garden that we imagine hosting them, our friends at Ryan Jane Co. stopped by to share this waterfall of ombre florals in our Myrtlewood Garden Trug to top our tables for spring.

Get the look:

A. Dusty miller
B. Maiden’s Blush Lilac
C. Fritillaria persica
D. Fritillaria meleagris
E. Burgundy Ranunculus
F. White Picotee Ranunculus
G. Tulip French Menton
H. Fritillaria hermonis amana
I. White Iris
J. Tulip Salmon Parrot
K. Viburnum


"In anticipation of an early Easter and a celebration of all things ephemeral, the simple, sturdy trug we chose begs to be filled with first blooms; a gathered color wheel of tulips, iris, ranunculus, and sweet frittilaria. The thing I love about bulbs is that they're trusty. In spite of early thaws and late winters, they work their way through frozen earth and come up strong, braving the elements and determined to bloom. Playing on the iconoclastic English garden trug, they're arranged to spill over the edge in an ombre waterfall with lilacs, viburnum and dusty miller."

- Melissa

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