flower foraging in Litchfield County

photos: m&j

We are hard pressed to imagine a prettier place on earth than Litchfield County, CT in springtime. And there’s no prettier spread in the county than our dear friend Alicia’s 1808 colonial with all its textured finery, abundant and truly special offerings. Thank you, A for the spectacular feast for our hearts, stomachs and eyes and for letting us take home a few flower-filled “doggie bags” for our week in the concrete jungle xoxo. p.s. the much-coveted arrangements include; double lilacs, pink weigelia, helleborus, “knockout” pink roses, lilies of the valley and stars of Bethlehem.

4 Comments »

  1. Lila said

    Like, like, and like! and love to Alicia.

  2. Gorgeous photos (- and flowers of course)!!

    • Thank you, Sonja – we do appreciate the comment and the compliment! All best, m&j

  3. She always asks about you, Lila! xoxo

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