VERANDA: THE ROMANCE OF FLOWERS

VerandaFrom Clinton Smith, editor in chief of Veranda magazine, Veranda: The Romance of Flowers is a flawless exhibit of magnificent floral designs, from top-tier florists, in the homes of their prestigious high-society clients. The exquisite photos of arrangements in sumptuous room settings shown here are just a sample of what you will discover on the pages of this book.

Veranda: The Romance of Flowers is now available from the Florists’ Review Bookstore.

Hardcover. 288 pages.

VRF116  $60.

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Reprinted with permission from Veranda: The Romance of Flowers. © 2015 Hearst Books, New York.

 

Sophisticated yet sprightly, the simplicity of the arranged garden roses, grape hyacinths (Muscari) and lilies-of-the-valley (Convallaria) perfectly balance in this white-and-gold neoclassical vase.

Sophisticated yet sprightly, the simplicity of the arranged garden roses, grape hyacinths (Muscari) and lilies-of-the-valley (Convallaria) perfectly balance in this white-and-gold neoclassical vase.

Exuberant in color and volume, the sunny yellow tree peonies, Icelandic poppies and torch lilies (Kniphofia/Tritoma) reach out of their antique vase’s confines while the dominant pink peony stays conservative in stature.

Exuberant in color and volume, the sunny yellow tree peonies, Icelandic poppies and torch lilies (Kniphofia/Tritoma) reach out of their antique vase’s confines while the dominant pink peony stays conservative in stature.

A pair of rough-hewn vessels supports the weight of the voluptuous florals in these gorgeous arrangements. Tree branches, fruits, vines and vegetables maintain an appropriate proportion to their heavy cradles.

A pair of rough-hewn vessels supports the weight of the voluptuous florals in these gorgeous arrangements. Tree branches, fruits, vines and vegetables maintain an appropriate proportion to their heavy cradles.

 

 

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