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Garden Designer Flora Grubb’s Holiday Gift Wrap

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Garden Designer Flora Grubb’s Holiday Gift Wrap

Christine Chang Hanway December 23, 2012

San Francisco gardener Flora Grubb wraps last minute presents using the materials of her métier.

Every artist has special materials with which they create. For celebrity gardener Flora Grubb, a member of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory, it’s the flora upon which she has built up her eponymous San Francisco garden shop and renowned garden design services. Here are some of her greenery enhanced gift-wrapping favorites.

N.B.: Want to see more of Grubb's greenery inspired holiday ideas? Check out her Mood Board on Pinterest.

Above: Grubb finds gift wrapping inspiration in these mini wreaths. DIY instructions and image via Odessa May.

Above: A twig and some twine provide a neutral palette for gift wrapping. Image via Simple Quite Modern.

Above: Green sprigs of evergreen provide a seasonal touch. Image via Blissful.

N.B.: Looking for more holiday inspiration? See A Holiday Table with Soul where New York designer Brad Ford shares his holiday entertaining ideas; Holiday Tables Fit for an Englishman, where London designer Ben Pentreath entertains in the city and country style; Holiday en Plein Air where LA landscape designer Judy Kameon entertains outside; and A California Architect's Wabi Sabi Picks with Cary Bernstein.

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