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Gertrude Jekyll Flower Glasses

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Gertrude Jekyll Flower Glasses

July 16, 2013

Legendary British gardener Gertrude Jekyll designed and commissioned the Munstead line of flower glasses after she failed to find vases that met her exacting standards (she used the vases to display flowers grown in her garden at Munstead Wood, Surrey). Jekyll’s estate recently reintroduced the Munstead Flower Glasses; for a list of stockists, go to Gertrude Jekyll Designs.

Above: Suitable for Sarah’s sister Ruth’s wildflowers, as well; see “Ruth’s Garden: Playing Wildflower Roulette.”

Above: For step-by-step instructions on how to arrange flowers, see “Not Your Mother’s Rose Bouquet.” Image via Natural History.

(N.B.: This is an update of a post published on April 15, 2011.)

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