Dahlias and giant yellow Asian lilies formed the foundation of Week Forty-Three of the Bouquet-a-Week Project. Here is the fresh-from-the-Pike-Place-Market bouquet.
And here is the Week Forty-Three bouquet “painted” in Waterlogue.
And here are the Week Forty-Three blossoms laid in a row.
And “painted” in Waterlogue.
I couldn’t resist merging one of the yellow lilies with a fistful of the maroon dahlias in a dramatic matte-black Asian-style vase.
Another dramatic arrangement of yellow dahlias and greenery in my favorite purple jellybean vase.
I love the way Waterlogue painted the center of the single maroon dahlia that forms the focus of this unusual bouquet.
Orange backlighting makes this single salmon-colored dahlia even more stunning than it already was.
This unusual clear-glass circular vase props spiky orange dahlias perfectly.
Here are the three small bouquets from Week Forty-Three.
And here is a rearrangement of several of the major blossoms.