Woven together, Lunaria create magical installations above tables or in corners of rooms, evocative of falling leaves suspended in mid air
A bloom we love for its ethereal, moonlight qualities – paper thin leaves in translucent, iridescent tones of pearl and silver, Lunaria is nicknamed the honesty or money plant for the way its circular leaves resemble to coins.
Woven together, Lunaria create magical installations above tables or in corners of rooms, pausing the motion of falling leaves mid air. With the ability to soften a space, their translucent leaves add the perfect amount of drama without overwhelming or feeling ostentatious (as bold floral installations of flower walls sometimes can).
Style against ethereal tablescapes weaving tiny bunches throughout all white layers in pearlescent tones – glazed ceramics, mother of pearl handled flatware and transparent accents of crystal and glassware.
Native to Southeastern Europe and Western Asia, Lunaria blooms late spring to early summer.
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