Quite A Handful

Locally grown ranunculus with queen-protea petals, $400 by Bridget Vizoso of the Designer’s Co-op.

Miniature black calla lilies and lady’s-slipper orchids, from $500 by Castle & Pierpont, Ltd.

Amnesia and jade roses with anemones, lisianthus, and thistle, from $200 by Zuzu’s Petals.

Lemon sunflowers, campanulas, daffodils, and Yokohama double tulips, $250 by Bridget Vizoso of the Designer’s Co-op.

Dutch calla lilies, coral poppies, deep-purple dendrobium orchids, supernova and Arabia roses, and miniature ruby-feather tufts, $650 by Bardin Palomo.

Sweet Akito roses, lilies of the valley, ranunculus, raspberries, white anemones, and scented geraniums, $350 by Takashimaya New York.

Lady’s-slipper orchids, hypericum berries, lilies of the valley, and fresh herbs, $500 by Matthew Robbins of Artfool.

Scarlet aranthera orchids, golden cymbidium orchids, orange calla lilies, Kees Nelis tulips, and nandina foliage, price upon request, by David Stark.

Mar blue anemones, supernova blue thistle, baby-blue muscari, lavendar hyacinths, and blue hydrangeas, $275 by Flowers of the World.

White lilacs, ranunculus, snowball viburnums, lady’s-slipper orchids, sweet peas, and Dutch fringed tulips, price upon request, by Belle Fleur NYC.

Daisies, chamomile, and fiddlehead ferns, $280 by Bridget Vizoso of the Designer’s Co-op.

Photographs by Scott & Zoë

Quite A Handful