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Flower arrangements

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Mexican Fiesta Flower Arrangement

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Materials
  • Vase or container
  • Flower frog
  • Cut-flower food
  • Assorted zinnias, such as Z. elegans 'Radiant Orange,' 'Radiant Purple,' 'Lilac,' 'Radiant White,' and Z. haageana 'Persian Carpet'
  • Assorted dahlias, such as D. 'Thomas Jefferson,' 'Fern Irene,' and 'Sunny Yellow'
  • Assorted China asters, such as Callistephus chinensis 'Matsumoto'
  • Assorted salvias, such as S. farinacea 'Victoria'
  • Sharp knife or bypass pruners
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Branch Arrangements with Daffodils

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Inspired by the transition of the seasons, these displays pair the last bare branches of winter with freshly opened spring daffodils or flowering quince blossoms. The arrangement is also influenced by ikebana, a Japanese form of flower arranging that embraces asymmetry, unusual containers, and empty space.
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Garden Bluebell Arrangement

Steps:3
Other Ideas:
Decorating, Foyer
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Twig Vase Floral Arrangement

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Whether it's a bevy of garden blooms or a florist's nosegay of rare hybrids, the right container can enhance the beauty of any fresh flowers. To complement a bouquet of wildflowers, Martha uses a charming twig vase made from a coffee can and sticks. Her arrangement comprises false Queen Anne's lace, goldenrod, and bee balm.
Materials
  • Ruler or measuring tape (optional)
  • Paper or paint
  • Scissors
  • Coffee can
  • Twigs
  • Pruning shears
  • Hot-glue gun or rubber bands
  • Raffia
  • Clean pastic water bottle/glass cylinder
  • Flowers
  • Cut-flower preservative
  • Sharp knife
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