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Reused Flower Arrangements

Source: Martha Stewart Living, January 2008


In this case, yellow spray roses and mango calla lilies with cedar sprigs. The wide, flared top of a copper lusterware pitcher helps make the arranging easy.


  1. Recycle greens that were used outdoors or in an indoor arrangement; recut stems and remove any leaves that were submerged. You can also cut fresh branches from your yard or get holiday remnants from a garden center.

  2. For wide-mouthed containers such as teacups, use floral adhesive to attach a small metal floral frog to hold stems in place. Change the water every other day.

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