I love this beautiful poster by creative agency Farm Run (“Media for a Farm Run America”) which uses a combination of hand lettering and photography. Seed Circus sounds like an amazing event Sydneysiders!
Happy Easter everyone. We have scaled down the gardening plans for this weekend due to the cold. Woe. Instead I think we shall be tidying the flat, visiting the pub and venturing out for a day of fun on Steve’s birthday on Monday. Here is some good stuff to keep you entertained this weekend.
The Women’s Room meets Alys Fowler (i’m an Alys fangirl!)
A delivery of spring chicks on Soule Mama
Spring bulbs in London’s Inner Temple Garden
Wilder interview Emmy’s Pickles and Jams
Supernatural floral styling on Miss Moss
Dig the Outside has introduced a new interview series ‘meet the people’
Arranging an Easter Bouquet with Sarah Raven
I popped over to the RHS Horticultural Halls last night after work to check out the RHS Great London Plant Fair. Got to say, with all of this dreadful weather it was such a pleasure to see all the spring bulbs on display and the scent really hit you as you walked into the halls. I wish I could have made a night of it as they had a brilliant band playing, the Gin Garden were there and there was so much to look at. But, I had another appointment so off I went just as things were getting going. I took a quick vine video but can’t for the life of me get it to embed, so please do click here to see it.
These beautiful installations – part of a series called ‘Tree Line’ – are by Zander Olsen and were carried out in Surrey, Hampshire and Wales.
Wrapped trees… one can’t help but think of Christo. But I think these works are much more charming and natural. I would love to see them in person.