Tag: Ranunculus

pretty petals – cappuccino ranunculus

May 15, 2014

Any ranunculus is a good ranunculus!  We have featured many varieties of this flower over the years on our blog, but have never shown off the cappuccino kind.  Isn’t it pretty? This delicate tissue-like flower has the same dainty qualities as all its brothers…

pretty petals – cloni ranunculus

November 21, 2013

This week was an exciting one for us at the flower market in Toronto! We wandered in to the “new arrivals” section at FlueraMetz only to discover something completely magical – cloni ranunculus or pon pon ranunculus. We have never seen anything quite like…

fresh and renewed – antique glass bottles

September 10, 2013

I started collecting antique glass bottles back in my scuba diving days. A friend of mine got me into scrounge diving for bottles and we would spend hours underwater searching under rocks and in muck up to our elbows for glass bottles. All the…

pretty petals – ranunculus

June 6, 2013

Welcome to week five of our column entitled Pretty Petals.  Each week we will introduce you to a flower that we are working with here in the studio as well as flowers that we absolutely adore.  Please join us every Thursday for some floral…

Wednesday’s Flowers – Green Ranunculus

May 4, 2011

As I have told you before I have a thing for Ranunculus, they are such a prefect flower with their fully layered blooms in luscious shades of pink, purple, red, yellow, orange, coral and white.  Plus they have the cutest little flower buds on sturdy round…

Wednesday’s Flowers – Red Ranunculus

April 27, 2011

I’m in love with red Ranunculus right now.  Actually I’m in love with Ranunculus but right now there are red ones in the house and I’m enjoying their bold and striking presence.  It could also have something to do with the lack of red in my…