flowers, design, inspirations


I wanted to try my hand at an all green arrangement, and all green I did! I was browsing through NY Topiary on 28th St and fell for Milton’s unique collection of ferns. I picked up seven different varieties and went home and started arranging away. I had so much fun layering the different shades of green and really began to see that even in a single pot there are different shades and stages of growth. From the ruffled edges of the Ruffle Fern to the variegated white and green of the Silver Ribbon Fern, there is so much to admire. The heartier varieties have held up beautifully in the oasis and my green arrangement is gracing our entry, perfect for these gloomy March days.

IMG_1734IMG_1736IMG_1787IMG_1839IMG_1843IMG_1835IMG_1833IMG_1808IMG_1844IMG_1846IMG_1850IMG_1845IMG_1805IMG_1798IMG_1884Arrangement and Photography Beth Horta for Sweet Sabelle.IMG_1887I have a whole collection now to make more whenever I choose. I just have to keep them alive in my dry New York apartment.

This entry was published on March 25, 2013 at 6:36 am. It’s filed under Ferntastic and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “Ferntastic

  1. Charlotte Neuville on said:


    You won’t believe this!! I just did a wedding last weekend whose theme was “a chic woodland fantasy.” The cake had a plethora of ferns, fritillaria, incl fiddle heads and wonderful insects. I will send u the pics as soon as I have them. Right now I only have the ones that document the making of the cake.

    All the best,


    Sent from my iPhone

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