Though it is the quintessential color of spring, somehow green only seems to make it into a bouquet incidentally, through a stem or a leaf. Combining different shades of green, these floral arrangements demonstrate that the color is truly worthy of its own display.
The small vase holds a bouquet of green hydrangeas; behind it is a mix of euphorbias, hydrangeas, and bells of Ireland (available almost year-round through florists).
Take inspiration from these combinations, and consider using other types of green blooms, including green tulips, chartreuse gladioli, and lady's mantle. When these flowers are not in season, have your florist order them for you, or improvise by selecting new green buds from your own backyard.