Summer's just about worn itself out finally. The euphorbia marginata is doing its thing, soft and delicate and tough as nails at the same time, standing tall in this heat. I'm keeping busy plugging away at several commissioned quilt projects which I hope to be able to share pictures of soon. Hard to imagine switching into full-on flower mode, but fall wedding season is about to start (next week??) and once it does there will be no stopping it.
Next week I will be heading to San Francisco to do flowers for a wedding at the Compass Rose Gardens in Bodega Bay. I can't wait to finally get a glimpse of the San Francisco flower scene, visit the flower mart and a couple of area flower farms that I've been admiring from afar via instagram. I'm particularly excited to pick up some of the amazing garden roses I've seen coming out of Garden Valley Ranch as well as some beautiful seasonal blooms from Oak Hill Flower Farm. This will no doubt make me super jealous of all the west coast florists who have access to gorgeous local product from all directions. I used to think I wanted to start a flower farm. I changed my mind. But I really wish someone else would, In Boerne preferably.
Happy Sunday darlings xoxo