Small Bloom Arrangements
The rewards from having a garden include having a palette of blooms to choose from when making arrangements. Small flowers from your garden are perfect for filling nooks and crannies in your home.
To make long-lasting small-bloom arrangements, cut flowers in the morning. Fill a container with water and add plant food. Begin creating your color schemes.
Martha created a bolder grouping using aquilegia and columbine, such as 'Dark Purple Barlow' and McKana hybrids, chamomile, the Geranium phaeum 'Samobor,' and Euphorbia dulcis 'Chameleon.'
The pastel grouping included chives, dianthus, Hyacinthoides hispanicum or Spanish Bluebells white, pink, blue; Alchemilla mollis or Lady's Mantle, Tiarella cordifolia or foamflower, Linum or flax, Clematis montana variety rubens, Ornithagalum, and Forget me not or Mysotis sylvatica.