Australian Country

Life in bloom

 Anna Vogt isn’t afraid of a challenge. It’s a bonus for brides who seek out the talented floral stylist for her signature old-world-meets-bohemian bouquets and, as anyone on the land knows, it’s an essential trait for farming life. “When I started to be interested in floral design, I wanted to grow all the varieties and colours that are good for designing and also wholesaling to wedding florists,” she says. “My aim is to grow everything I could possibly ever want to work with, and never have to buy

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