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Stay Subtle

Martha Stewart Living, March 2013

The Look

Spring is often a season of bright yellows or blues and vivid contrasts. For the sake of variety, try a different tack: a muted color scheme of white, pale green, and a hint of blush pink grouped in a unit of different ceramic bud vases and cups. The harmonious palette will read as one arrangement.

Flowers to Try

Old-fashioned garden shrubs like viburnum and bridal-veil spiraea add a touch of wildness to florist flowers such as anemones.

Good to Know

Mix it up by using both tall branches and short flowerheads to make this understated arrangement truly dynamic.

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