Last year, we saw greenery really come into the spotlight, as the desire to emulate garden-grown florals became increasingly popular. We saw careful teaming of textured foliage varieties such as ferns, ruscus and thlaspi with smaller-headed florals such as veronica, stocks and rosemary, creating a romatic cottage charm.
This year, 2019 looks no less green. If anything, foliage is taking even more of the centre-stage, with over-grown greenery and trees becoming more and more popular.
Building on this, we will see more showcasing of a large-headed single bloom, nestled in amongst layers of intriguing foliage types. The contrast between the flower and foliage, plus the confident simplicity of this style exudes rustic, unfettered romance.