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Floral Friday

Hello and Happy Friday! I hope you've had a lovely week. Mine has been a mixture of exciting things and illness. How typical that the day after I tell you about

from Science Sparks

Which materials make the best boat

Making and racing boats - a great little activity for anyone with a travel/ transport theme this term

House's Anemone cement tile at Scosha in Brooklyn.

But garden designer Sarah Price, who is also co-designer of London's Olympic Park, created a ravishingly pretty meadow at the show this year, using her fine art background to compose the colors, textures, and shapes of her plants into a tangible design that earned a surprise medal. There are groups among her wildflowers and there are individuals, but they never become a mob.

from The Huffington Post

These Are The Most Jaw-Dropping Space Photos Of The Year

The Mirrored Night Sky by Xiaohua Zhao (China) An enthralled stargazer is immersed in the stars as the luminous purple sky is mirrored in the thin sheet of water across the world’s largest salt flat, Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia.

rose Cardinal de Richelieu (gallica) Dense clusters of sumptuous, fragrant, fully double, deep burgundy-purple flowers in June and July and dark green leaves. This gorgeous, gallica rose is an excellent specimen plant for a mixed or shrub border in sun or partial shade. On virtually thorn-less stems, the rounded blooms make exquisite cut-flowers. Eventual Height: 1m Eventual Spread: 1.2m

Roses set in foam & then covered with leaves. A very simple but elegant arrangement with endless possibilities!

from Bloglovin’

Paper Allium Tutorial (Design*Sponge)

Alliums have always seemed a little bit magical to me. In a garden, the long, smooth stems blend in with the other greenery, and the big globes of tiny periwinkle flowers almost seem to float in mid-a

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