With it’s spherical head it’s the kind of bloom that’s sure to be noticed – echinops, commonly known as globe thistles add texture and interest to any arrangement. Loved by bee’s and butterflies the globe thistle’s season runs from around mid-July to mid-September. Available in shades of blue, purple and white the look beautiful paired simply with wild-flowers and lots of foliage and equally hold their won next to more blousy blooms offering interest and an element of geometry…
Ain’t mother nature clever?
//Credits: Feature images: Holland Bulb Farms//Bouquet:Sylvie Gil Photography via Style Me Pretty //Flower crown:IYQ Photography via SMP & Newbury Brothers//Cake: Image by Rachel Havel//Buttonholes:Fresh From The Farm//Bouquet: Ameris via 100 Layer Cake