Bottled Blooms

Martha Stewart Living, June/July 1994

Sometimes a bouquet is less than the sum of its parts. When every flower stands alone, the unique shape of each blossom and graceful stem is revealed. Use a variety of jars and vases -- both old and new -- to hold the flowers. Then, group them on a table, or line them up in a row to add rhythm to a windowsill or mantelpiece.

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