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Current Obsessions: A New Leaf

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Current Obsessions: A New Leaf

March 18, 2017

After the long winter months, we’re officially ready for a new season. This week we found inspiration in springtime bouquets, wisteria (see below) and a secluded getaway in the warmth of Mexico. Read on to learn more.

Admiring Christiane Perrochon&#8\2\17;s new Raw Umber Bottle Vase, now available at March.
Above: Admiring Christiane Perrochon’s new Raw Umber Bottle Vase, now available at March.
Above: LA readers: Cara Marie Piazza and florist Sophia Moreno-Bunge of Isa Isa will be teaching a floral arrangement and bundle dyeing workshop March 26th on the rooftop of Delvaz Projects. Sign up and details here.
 Annie recently escaped from New York&#8\2\17;s cold snap at Brooklyn-based Fox Fodder Farm’s new curated stall at Canal Street Market. (They&#8\2\17;re also a Gardenista favorite for online flower delivery.)
Above: Annie recently escaped from New York’s cold snap at Brooklyn-based Fox Fodder Farm’s new curated stall at Canal Street Market. (They’re also a Gardenista favorite for online flower delivery.)

Our Latest Instagram Inspiration

Certified organic, women-owned, sustainable: Bluma Farm&#8\2\17;s resume has caught our attention, as has its lush Instagram feed (@blumafarm).
Above: Certified organic, women-owned, sustainable: Bluma Farm’s resume has caught our attention, as has its lush Instagram feed (@blumafarm).

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