Flowers

Proteas

Named after the Greed god Proteaus, who could change his appearance at will, there are over 1,400 varieties in the Proteaceae family.  Common types include kings, minks, duchesses, banksias, blushing bride, and pincushions.  They are long lasting, sturdy flowers that … Continue reading

One of my favorite fragrant flowers is Tuberose.  A bulb flower that blooms at night and has nothing to do with roses.  They are surprisingly in the agave family.  Great for powder rooms and for those who are obsessed with … Continue reading