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weeder’s digest: paris edition

by Grace Bonney

Scenes: Parisian flower stalls and cemeteries.

Eric and I are scouting around in Paris this week, stopping to snoop around in all the flower stalls and trekking though cemeteries. Nothing like a little death and flowers in the afternoon. Or apĆ©ritifs and oysters at the Ritz in the afternoon. Or shoe shopping in the afternoon. Thanks to D*Sponge for bankrolling the whole trip – Grace truly knows how to keep her writers and weeders happy.* Of particular note: potted anemones, ranuncula the size of oranges, a mimosa tree, and miniature potted hydrangea – which would make such good wedding favors/table decorations. I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. –SR

*Not confirmed


CLICK HERE for over 20 more photos from Sarah’s trip to Paris after the jump below (just click on each thumbnail to view them full-size)

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