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Mixing in your own garden offerings gives florist flowers a little kick, says Sarah Ryhanen, who created the arrangements for this story. Ryhanen, who co-owns Saipua, a floral workshop in the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, added in snips from the garden outside the photographer’s studio, flourishes that include heuchera, fritillaria, Sambucus ‘Black Lace,’ and ghost ferns
Left: Shades of purple from Robledo’s garden, including dark foliage of Sambucus ‘Black Lace;’ lavender sweet pea, lisianthus, Oxypetalum ‘Pure Blue,’ and deep brown-purple Lisianthus ‘Umber Double Wine,’ all from Japan; and Fritillaria assyriaca and Heuchera ‘Palace Purple’ from the garden.