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Tons of texture and jewel-tone blooms to celebrate the week of the 4th. Spiky blue thistle, fuzzy orlaya, and dark chocolate penstemon pods combine with satiny ribbon grass, Irish Eyes rudbeckia, and Summer Berries yarrow. Soft astilbe and curly gooseneck scapes round out the show. Enjoy arranging this week’s bounty in a lush table arrangement or pop small clusters of blooms in mini-vases to add charm all around the house.
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This family of flowers includes the beloved Black-Eyed Susan wildflower, but the cultivated varieties take this simple flower to a whole new level. Rudbeckia comes in shades ranging from the familiar school bus yellow to deep burgundy, pale peach, rusty red, and many bicolors. There are singles, doubles, and varieties with needle-like quilled petals. They bloom for many weeks and are a staple of our summer bouquets. Late in the summer, a different variety blooms with small golden flowers on stiff, wiry stems like a swarm of (happy!) bumblebees. Look for them in our August bouquets.