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The heel is lower, with a botanical shape; the bow is now frayed; and there’s a new flower decal inspired by peonies.
Researchers have used the samples to test the whitening effect of white peony—a fixture in Chinese herbal medicine—to develop skin-lightening products.
Extravagant blooms, such as garden roses, lupines, peonies, and lilacs, set the scene, as do lush arrangements in pitchers filled with flowers from your own garden or a market.
Emerald Peonies wrapping sheets, $9, riflepaperco.com Because who doesn’t like peonies?
Julie Meer says Farm 779 will have kefir dipping blends, Jules Jubilee, peony chaga kombucha and King Arthur Flour matcha chaga date biscotti wheels.
In the Chinese Art Deco carpets, central expanses in heady amethyst purple, emerald green, citrine yellow, fuchsia, teal and midnight blue are scattered with peonies and pagodas rendered in a simplified, stylized manner.
Bridesmaids’ Bouquets This bridesmaid chose a bright pink dress and carried a complementary bouquet featuring hot pink giant peonies and pink and red roses.
Farm 779 will be at the market with coconut kefir ferments, old-world style cold ferments, krauts, growlers with turmeric ginger and peony chaga kombucha tea, cookies and body butters.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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