Emma's inspiration came from a visit she made to a nature reserve managed by the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust called Rose End Meadows. The reserve is full of wildflowers, from bluebells and buttercups to bee orchids and great burnet. On this vase Emma uses great burnet, wild anemones and cowslips to create a stunning myriad of flowers.
Emma Bossons Ltd Ed 30
20 x 9 x 9cm
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