An Autumn Boutonniere

I made this autumn-themed boutonniere with burnt orange mums from my garden and a Golden Mimi spray rose.  Burnt orange and gold is a beautiful color combination for Fall florals.

I hope that you will stop by my new blog,  Morning Star Weddings, to check out the photos and wedding planning tips. While there might be a small overlap between the two blogs, I will try not to duplicate photos between the two too often. A Taste of Morning will continue to have a range of  topics from food to gardening to local events and general photography, whereas Morning Star Weddings will focus on our wedding services and wedding planning ideas … oh, yes, and lots of photos!

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9 responses to “An Autumn Boutonniere

  1. Our asters have just about gone by. The the goldenrod and sun-chokes dominate the meadown now. We had an invasion of small, green catipilars that have done our roses in this year. Hopefully, they will fill out next year.
    Oscar

    • Oh, dear, sorry to hear about the green caterpillars. My roses are not doing as well as they normally are at this time of year, either. I am very disappointed, but I can’t figure out what it is wrong. Your meadow sounds lovely.

      Glad that you enjoyed your trip to CA …

      Laurie

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