Enduring Blooms

In the mountain bungalow of Victoria Writer-in-Residence Jan Karon, bowls brim with a brilliant miscellany of reminiscences—roses delivered by a friend, petals saved from a corsage, stems gathered during leisurely garden strolls. “Hardly a flower comes into this house that I can bear to part with,” says the #1 New York Times best-selling author. Long after their life in the vase, fresh-cut bouquets continue to add beauty, transformed by her hands into colorful assortments of potpourri.

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