A brunch gets a splash of orange with baskets of French tulips -- when closed, the flowers evoke eggs.
Tools and Materials
2 plastic liners, one large, one small
1. Place a plastic liner inside a basket.
2. Press clumps of wheatgrass, with a bit of soil still attached, around the edges of the larger liner.
3. Place a second, slightly smaller liner inside the first liner to hold the wheatgrass in.
4. Pour water and cut-flower food into plastic liner.
5. Cut tulips about 2-inches from the head of the flower, and prick the stem with a pin or knife to prevent growth.
6. Arrange tulips in basket.