|Photography Laura Murray as seen as Martha Stewart Weddings|
If I were to describe it to my clients, I would say it's a velvety, suede like foliage that is silver-white in hue. It's base is green and the leaves can be spikey and petite in size or clover. It's a great and fine textured foliage that contrasts will against other green foliage, vines. In floral design, it's lovely for wintry weddings to add that velvet texture. For summer it works lovely with hues of peach, corals, creams, butters, pinks, blushes. Easy to grown it can withstand heat but when used in boutonniere work, it can droop.
Here are a few great floral designs using dusty miller.
|From Blake and Ryan Reynolds Wedding as seen in Martha Stewart Weddings|
|Dusty miller in a centerpiece with blush hues. Photography by Gertrude and Mabel|
|Clarice and Hubert's wedding at Viansa featured spiky dusty miller. Photography by Stephanie Williams|
|My dear friend Sharla Flock created this love centerpiece with hints of Dusty miller. Featured on Martha Stewart Weddings|
|We love this bouquet that was created for Kat's wedding. Photography by Elle Jae|