Photograph of a close-up of about four-dozen roses (bridal roses?) in a vase, Los Angeles County, ca.1920. Baby's breath is used to complement the roses. Lace is tired around the vase to create a ribbon. Several leather leaf fern are laid across the display platform at the base of the vase. On a neutral background.; "Baby's Breath is a hardy annual able to withstand periods of short-term drought. Native to Europe, it has naturalized throughout the eastern United States. Flowers are white, forming dense delicate clusters. Prefers full sun in well-drained soils. Baby's Breath cannot tolerate an acid soil. Sow in early spring, seedlings are not winter hardy. Baby's Breath provides many strategic applications within the garden." -- unknown author.; "Leatherleaf fern is also known as bakers fern. It works well as a base green to cover up the oasis or container. It also is great as a background to a flat arrangement or as the foundation for a presentation style bouquet." -- unknown author.