Hi friends! Next week, I have a few more English flower farm posts to share and then I’ll delve into fall and the current adventures happening as I enter my fourth month as a nomad. Thanks so much for following along on this journey! How is your fall/spring going? Baking anything delicious? Found any amazing mushrooms? I loved all your apple baking suggestions over on Instagram!
Here are a few bits and bobs that have been on my mind:
Need encouragement in your career? This interview with bookmaker and print artist, Laura Brown is incredibly realistic and helpful.
Loving Bird and Banner’s new logo! They are the geniuses behind my recent site re-design.
My friend, Jeska and her husband, Dean, who live on the South coast of England, recently launched an online shop devoted to ethically produced items that are kind to the earth. Thoughtful consumerism at its best, I think.
I love this gorgeous video for making apple tartar Marie created for Rachel Khoo (one of my favorite cooking shows!). I made the salad this week with Kryddost cheese ( a spicy, sharp Swedish cheese with cumin and cloves). It’s so easy and healthy!
OK, have a gorgeous weekend!
Photo by Chelsea Fuss. Taken at Manor Farm Cottage Flowers in Somerset, England.
Here are a few more photos from a collaboration with Manor Farm Cottage Flowers this past summer. I love this super simple arrangement Lara made of edible flowers. It’s so sweet, natural, and enjoy that it has space in it.
More posts about flower farming in England:
Photos: Chelsea Fuss. Top photo: Styling by Chelsea Fuss + Jenn Elliott Blake (also the model!). Bottom photo: Florals by Manor Farm Cottage Flowers. Styling: Chelsea Fuss.
Here is another collaboration today with Lara at Manor Farm Cottage Flowers. She wanted some still lives of her gorgeous annuals she’s grown this year so we made a series of photos featuring many of the varieties in her garden. These two are my favorite!
Photos: Chelsea Fuss. Taken at Manor Farm Cottage Flowers in Somerset.