Utterly good taste, astoundingly lovely flowers cluster round Liberty’s front entrance.
I don’t remember them selling flowers when I worked there in the early 70’s. I just remember learning that you can clean book covers with Windex and lusting after Tuffin and Foale Liberty print dresses.
with lupins and peonies and foxgloves...
all in terribly chic shabby chic containers.
There are even late hyacinths
and all these can be made into bouquets by skilled hands.
Claudia and I had a cream tea instead
and bought swanky jasmine soap.
7 thoughts on “Flowers at Liberty’s”
Didn’t realise that you were in London Elizabeth!
I love all things Liberty and used to make straight for there in the days when London was always on my Summer school holidays itinerary. Years since I went now, other than passing through on my wayto Heathrow or Gatwick – and not even that for the last few years. The farmer would hate it! Your photographs made me feel nostalgic.
What a gorgeous display! I have yet to visit London – one day! – but when I do, Liberty’s it will be on my list of places to visit.
I have always loved and enjoyed your blog posts.
And today just shows what I so enjoy about your photos. They just jump out at you and pull you in with their beauty.
How wonderful you are visiting London and seeing everything I want to.
Stunning, its been a few years since I last visited but I don’t recall the beautiful flowers.
London! I’m glad I was redirected to your main blog.
How I love visiting London. I’ve been to Chelsea Physic Garden twice and honestly recognize every photo you took–the pond, the walkways. Love that place.
You worked there? I’ve been in love with Liberty since forever.
This is a mighty pretty new blog.
I loved the Liberty prints, such romanticly delicate colors in the flower bouquets !