After the Fall

In the barren charms of a winter garden, a flower’s dried seed head is as prized as its fat bloom.

By Ligaya Mishan Photograph by William Farr Styled by Steven Edney
Making It

TO FLOWER, literally and figuratively, is to reach the peak of one’s possibility, from which there is no direction but down. Or so we have been taught: that lushness equals splendor, that when a blossom wilts and fails, the plant that bore it is...

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