Charlotte chats with Garden & Gun

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One sliver of Richmond, Virginia, set all of the interior designer Charlotte Moss’s early ideas into motion. “I was raised in the backyard,” she says of her childhood there.We’d go on trail rides, and we’d always find things in the woods.” A gnarled branch; a wild orchid; a honeysuckle vine tracing up a tree trunk. “We were kids, we were curious, and it was beautiful.”

Moss tapped into that early love of foraging (and her decades-long career) for her new book, Flowers. Here, Moss shares more about the release, how she fared during the pandemic, and her tips for how to select and arrange flowers and greenery, no matter where you call home or where your foraging feet may roam.

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