Martha, you do have a way.
At this time of year, its tempting to create an everything-in-the-vase display that rivals perennial borders at their June peak. But indoors, simpler can be better. Consider combining just a couple of fine specimens: the amazing varieties of one flower, such as alliums, and the gorgeous foliage of another, such as hosta. We used a fluted white vase to focus attention on subtle color harmonies and contrasting silhouettes. On a practical note, alliums need frequent water changes, so refill the va
Allium and Hosta Arrangement
The only Carnation arrangement I've ever liked.
combination of vintage and contemporary vessels holds white spider mums as well as seeded eucalyptus (available at florists) and blue Atlas cedar branches lightly frosted with silver floral spray paint. For a change of scene, line up containers across a mantel, along a windowsill, or down the middle of a table.
Small White Arrangements
Finally, a pink with which I could live. Martha, you crack me up--you've done it ,again
Sugar, Fresh Cranberries, Red Grapefruit Vodka, Cranberry Juice and Black Currant Juice