fresh blooms.  #currentvibes #currentlycoveting

Pick a piece of nature and bring it inside ina beautiful glass vase. Vase and fern

Chrysanthemum 'Winsome' from a display of Japanese Kiku at the New York Botanical Garden's 2011 Fall Flowers of Japan show.

Flores Chrysanthemum 'Winsome' from a display of Japanese Kiku at the New York Botanical Garden's 2011 Fall Flowers of Japan show.

Japanese Flowering Cherry [Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’]

a double flowering cherry blooms a little later than the single white Prunus yedoensis 'Yoshino'

Prunus mume

Prunus mume Peggy Clarke Japanese Apricot from Pleasant Run Nursery

Prunus mume

Prunus mume

Japanese Iris-With their intensely colored flowers and stiff grasslike leaves, Japanese iris are a natural for a tropical garden. Growing in Zones 4-8, irises like sun and plenty of moisture, but will do well with less of each. Left alone, they will quickly multiply into a handsome group

Fill your garden -- or surround your patio -- with the bold textures, eye-popping colors, and intoxicating scents of the tropics.

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