Excerpt from Floret's peony farm field trip: We saw row after row of fully blown peonies, sparkling in the late day sun. Getting to know local growers, seeing their farms and hearing their passion for growing is a life altering experience.
Often referred to as the rose of the spring, these tender bloomers need extra protection from cold temperatures, but if carefully tended, they will produce an abundance of lush, textural blooms throughout the later half of spring.
Who wants a food truck when you can have Amelia's Flower Truck (based in Nashville)? What a brilliant concept and hoping Mattie secretly drives her truck to Dallas to share her pretty collection of flowers. ~ A Bit of Sophistication
Floret's favorite pale yellow, buttercream dahlias: Formby Crest, Big Brother, Appleblossom, Bracken Palomino, Valley Tawny, Seattle, Breakout, Rock Run Ashley, Penhill Watermelon, Blyton Softer Gleam, Irish Pinwheel, Suncrest, Golden Scepter.