Celebrate the Season
“I look for what I can forage and use as inspiration, local materials that relate to the season.”
—Pam Pemberton of Flora, Fayetteville
Tillandsia and Donkey’s Tail succulent mix with purple basil, blue viburnum, amaranthus and Sweet Annie in a terra cotta container.
A vintage glass vase holds Tardiva hydrangea, cotinus, amaranthus and celosia foliage, scabiosa pods and Japanese anemones.
A wood fired vessel by Fox, Arkansas-based artist Joe Bruhin of Fox Mountain Pottery holds wild persimmon branches and asclepias pods.
Bright dahlias and basil mingle with crocosmia and rosehips in a green filigree vase.
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