|My Japanese Flowering apricot (prunus mume) is quite confused as |
it is flowering now whilst still full of green leaves. I removed the
leaves for this arrangement.
Yesterday I attended the funeral of Theresa Feile, a long standing member of Ikebana International and teacher of the Sogetsu school. She was a student and friend of Norman Sparnon, who often stayed with her and her family when visiting Melbourne. As an indicator of her fondness and respect for her sensei, she named her second son 'Norman'.
|Here I also used Olga's gyamea leaf with oranges and|
|Helen Novic used vine, aspidistra leaf and begonia leaves|
|Robyn Unglick used broom and berries|
|Bredenia Raquel used Aspidistra leaves and Chrysanthemums|
|Here Bredenia used Banksia flowers and their leaves|
|Lucy Papas used gyamea, flax and monstera|
leaves in this wall arrangement
|Vicky Kalokathis used Setaria Palmifolia leaves|
and seed heads
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