• Mulberry and fig provided the wood for chaplet frames
• Narcissus, roses, lilies and larkspur, were often combined
• Parsley stalks and flowers were woven together to create a very fragrant and lasting chaplet.
Did you know? Parsley only flowers if grown in a green house or warm climate
• Rose and violet was a favourite combination
• Marjoram has a strong and very pleasing scent
• Mint was scattered on the floor, used in chaplets and stuffed into cushions to freshen the air
• Periwinkle very pliable stems and a beautiful array flowers