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Keep It Short

Martha Stewart Living, March 2013

The Look

It's as if a tiny English cottage garden has sprung up in a bouillon cup. For this romantic arrangement, only the smallest amount of each variety is needed to make a diverse and lush design.

Flowers to Try

Grab almost anything: a handful of little pansies from a pot on the back patio, some tall fritillaries from the yard, a few ruffled cherry blossoms. With such a dainty assortment of color and pattern, it's hard to go wrong.

Good to Know

Keep the stems stable in this shallow vessel by arranging them in your hand. Tie the stems together with string and trim them. Then rest the tied bouquet against the lip of the bowl.

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