topiary love

I stopped in to my favorite local florist yesterday to pick up some fresh flowers to stage a recently completed project, and the most amazing table of different sized myrtle topiaries in crusty terra cotta pots literally stopped me in my tracks!  I have always admired myrtle topiaries-they look so beautiful clustered together for an unexpected table centerpiece or alone on a coffee table, kitchen counter or mantle, but they also add elegance to your garden or patio, too!  They are pretty hard to come by here in North Carolina – until yesterday, I have actually not seen live ones for sale, so you can imagine my delight at seeing so many.  I wasn’t allowed to snap any photos, but here are some of my favorite ways to incorporate topiaries into your home and garden:


Jeanie Johnson via Traditional Home

Deborah Silver

Brooke Giannetti

Cottage Living

Molly Frey Design

Southern Living

Tone on Tone Antiques

Deborah Silver

Martha Stewart

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  1. Nola on April 13, 2013 at 4:49 am

    Love topiarys so much I have a couple outside and I know at least I can't kill them x

  2. Kelly Stivers on April 13, 2013 at 2:09 pm

    They look so delicate, I worry I would break or kill them, Nola!!

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