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How To Force Branches to Flower

After all the snowstorms the US has endured in previous weeks, most of us are ready for a taste of spring. And what's more indicative of spring than beautiful, sculptural flowering branches? If you begin now, you may be seeing blooms in a couple of weeks! Speaking from experience, even the blackest ...
  • Strawbailey

    Enjoy the blooms! Pictured are Kwanzan cherry tree branches from my front yard. Once they begin to show color they take about 3 weeks to show a full bloom. This was taken about almost 2 weeks after beginning to show color.

  • Elizabeth Bryant

    Budding branches in tinted glass jars

  • Heather Williams

    DIY INDOOR GARDEN (Technique) :: How To Force Branches To Flower (in vases of water!) :: Really easy technique that gives you a month's worth of blooms on branches in vases of water!

  • Erin Sporer

    flowering branches indoors

  • Lexie Greer

    MOSS ECLECTIC: mirror bowls and green glass jars

  • Kristen Spaulding

    How To Force Branches to Flower | Apartment Therapy

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Cherry blossoms are so easy to force indoors! from How to Force Spring Blanches to Bloom Indoors

PLANT BLOOMING FRUIT TREES- IKEBANA ARRANGEMENTS  With the first wave of mild weather, flower buds grow fat. Within weeks, these buds burst into bloom. All fruit trees flower, but some are bred for dramatic bloom, not fruit production; a few produce both.     Arrangement:  Tall flowering crabapple branches create sculptural drama in a vase.   Cut branches to about twice the height of your container, then make a 1- to 2-inch slit in each stem so the branches absorb water.

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Forcing Branches To Bloom Inside. Almost any spring flowering shrub or tree can be forced indoors. But some of the more popular spring flowering branches for forcing are: almond, apple,cherry,dogwood,forsythia, hawthorn, honeysuckle... read more

force bloom some branches, pear, dogwood for a bit of SPRING in your home

Paint a white ball of yarn any color and place it over a glass to make an adorable vase! This is a great idea for glassware found at your local Goodwill!