March finds itself squarely between two seasons – the tail end of winter leading into the pop of spring – and Sarah Winward is back with a lush bouquet and overflowing centerpiece of flowers you might find in this transitional month. Photos by D’arcy Benincosa.
From Sarah: Spring is full of lots of blooms with bright colors, but it is also a great time to get blooms that a bit more earthy and muddy in tone. I love this buttery color palette of muddy pinks, rusts, and golds mixed with delicate blooming branches for early spring. It isn’t shockingly bright if it is still winter outside – it feels appropriately subdued, but still happy for those months where the weather is in-between.
We took cues from the rich environment at McCune Mansion for this seasonal flowers post to bring you something that’s perfect for the month of March and its personality, pulled between two seasons.
Flowers used in these designs: ranunculus, Canella rose, Cappuccino rose, Icelandic poppy, sweet pea, fritillaria imperialis, eucalyptus, Spiraea thunbergii.
Wondering about flowers for summer or fall? See more seasonal flower posts right here.