KEEP IN TOUCH WITH MOTHER NATURE BY BRINGING FLOWERS, FOLIAGE AND CLOUDS OF COTTON INDOORS.
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“Floristry is not only for those who can afford to buy flowers. It is for all of us to enjoy and it’s about so much more than arranging some stems in a vase.”
Branches displayed in old ceramic ink pots from White Cottttage in Tenterfifield. Owner Mandy Reid stocks all sorts of interesting vessels. BELOW A bird’s nest, decorated with cotttton and hung. FACING PAGE Annabelle collecting cotttton on Tim and Michelle Ramsay’s mixed farm in Bonshaw.