Fill a glass full of these beauties to enjoy their clusters of tiny, urn-shaped flowers in finely drawn hues of blue at home. Though they bloom in April, their spicy-grape fragrance has been described as "the perfume of clove and sun-warmed Concord grapes of late September."
from Bringing Nature Home by Ngoc Minh Ngo
Lisa Warninger for Project Wedding | styling by Chelsea Fuss of Frolic!
(published with permission)