bells of ireland the flower

bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower
bells of ireland the flower

I think it was four years ago that I first planted bells of Ireland (Moluccella laevis). I’d heard about this flower but I’d never seen it until I started doing floral design. Bells of Ireland are a favorite in the floral industry because they’re a long-lasting line flowers that can give some height and structure to an arrangement. Also the green color mixes well with other flowers.

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