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For 21 years Santiago raised poinsettias, orchids and other ornamental plants which were sold to major retailers including Costco, Walmart and Home Depot.
Wedding Bouquet: Princess Diana Princess Diana's cascading bouquet of gardenias, stephanotis, orchids, lily of the valley, roses, freesia, veronica, spider lilies, and ivy reportedly weighed two kilos (ahem, that's a whopping four pounds!).
Designed by legendary hair stylist Alexandre of Paris, and crafted with the help of Massimo Spazzoli, it was made of silver spikes, white orchids, lilies, and pearls.
Vizcaya administrators say orchids in the David A. Klein Orchidarium were removed before the storm and remain in greenhouses for protection.
One of their orchids or potted plants always make a great housewarming gift.
Jeni used Kenra products to lighten and tone, Pravana shades in violet, blue, wild orchid and magenta, and Colortrak hair sponges to blend the ombre.
Her look was complete with a dramatic cathedral length veil and a delicate wedding bouquet of orchids and lily-of-the-valley.
More relevant than the orchids is that Didion is sitting between her nephew Griffin Dunne and her grandniece Annabelle Dunne.
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