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Flower Arranging Ideas

Flower arranging and centerpiece ideas


Flower Arranging Ideas

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Spring Centerpiece: Beautiful Spring Bouquet

Beautiful Spring Bouquet

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Elevate Your Flowers | For lush arrangements that impress, place flowers on footed dessert stands. To make, place a block of florist foam in a large, shallow bowl that has a slightly smaller circumference than the stand. Add flowers to create a soft dome shape, keeping some stems longer for natural asymmetry.

Elevate Your Flowers

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Beautiful Spring Bouquet | Combining fresh roses, peonies, and hyacinths in exciting new ways allows us to enjoy their beauty each day. Fashion this delightful bouquet as a centerpiece whenever company's coming or any time you're ready for a wonderful treat.

Beautiful Spring Bouquet

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Hyacinths In Bloom | Cruise the aisles of your favorite garden center to find a variety of bulbs forced and ready to display. Blooming weeks before their in-ground counterparts, these much-anticipated blossoms lift our spirits and brighten our homes. To get the look shown here, protect a holiday punch bowl with a plastic container, then pack in a dozen hyacinths preplanted in soil. Lightly water, and top with moss.

Create Beautiful Seasonal Centerpieces

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Sunny Bouquets | These fiery blooms stand up to our August scorchers. For this display, we snipped dahlia and dahlia buds, lantana, and zinnia to form a loose cluster. Yellow Billy buttons and calendula from a local florist round out the mix. Bonus: Including yet-to-bloom buds ensures an arrangement with staying power.

Sunny Bouquets

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Backyard Blooms | These cheery blooms are easy to grow, require minimal care once established, and yield plenty of flowers for cutting. For quick arranging into a casual bouquet, like the one shown here, place large sunflowers in container first. Then add cockscombs, a great filler that provides texture. Tuck in as many zinnia blooms as possible and finish with small gomphrenas flowers to accent.

Backyard Blooms

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Embrace the Blues | To create this arrangement, we used billowy hydrangeas, plumbagos, cornflowers, and scabiosas for visual heft. We then filled in with salvias, cinerarias, and 'Techno Heat' lobelias to add texture. The result? A casual centerpiece with a vibrant blue palette that makes for a tranquil focal point.

Embrace the Blues!

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Holiday Flower Arrangement | We love the sculptural look of this organic floral arrangement. Learn how to make the bouquet step-by-step.

Sculptural and Organic

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Holiday Flower Arrangement | A classic Revere bowl is an unexpected, but refined home for this bold Christmas bouquet. Learn how to make the arrangement step-by-step.

Holiday Flower Arrangement | Bring classic Christmas cheer to your holiday table with this bold bouquet. Learn how to make it step-by-step.

Holiday Flower Arrangement | We love the idea of decorating with dazzling winter white for the holiday season! Learn how to make these bouquets step-by-step.

New Year's Eve Winter White

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Holiday Flower Arrangement | We love the deep colors and unexpected details in this striking Christmas centerpiece. Learn how to make it step-by-step.

Step-by-Step Holiday Flower Arrangements

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Create a Showpiece | Tuck stems of roses, succulents, pepper berry, and eucalyptus into the holes of an 18th-century glazed ceramic French brazier for a dramatic cascading effect. | SouthernLiving.com

Create a Showpiece

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Cheery Centerpiece | Pack blooms tightly together to create a fiery focal point. | SouthernLiving.com

Cheery Birthday Table Setting

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Lilly Pulitzer-Inspired Luncheon | Flowers

Host a Lilly Pulitzer-Inspired Luncheon!

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A Ladylike Tea | Make Stunning Centerpieces

Make Stunning Centerpieces - A Ladylike Tea - Southern Living

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(better in red!?!) Christmas Tree Alternatives

New Looks for Poinsettias

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  • Mary Henderson
    Mary Henderson

    Like this ....... Tks

White and Green Basket

Plant a Seasonal Southern Basket

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February Garden Gossip - Petals From the Past

Arranging Cut Branches

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  • Laura Bush
    Laura Bush

    Love the turquoise jars with yellow forsythia branches!

  • Patricia Rauch
    Patricia Rauch

    so simple, but so beautiful!!

  • Monica F
    Monica F

    I love stems and branches, some can be just as beautiful as the flowers

  • Patricia Rauch
    Patricia Rauch

    so true---

Backyard Blooms

Create Beautiful Seasonal Centerpieces

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  • Marilyn L. Foster
    Marilyn L. Foster

    Zinnias are the best and easiest summer flower to grow in the backyard

Pansy and Viola Windowsill

Winter Flowers for Your Windowsill

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    Texas Heritage For Living® Magazine

    Oh cute!

Camellia Windowsill

Winter Flowers for Your Windowsill

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French Hydrangea: Cut Flowers

Gardening 101: French Hydrangeas

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  • Marilyn L. Foster
    Marilyn L. Foster

    Can't have enough of these in the summer! Dry them for fall and winter displays.

Cut Poinsettia Tree Arrangement

Cut to Perfection

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  • Kathy Smith
    Kathy Smith

    Silver enhance colors .. lights reflect off the walls...I Love this pin! Merry Christmas!

Create a Showpiece | Tuck stems of roses, succulents, pepper berry, and eucalyptus into the holes of an 18th-century glazed ceramic French brazier for a dramatic cascading effect | SouthernLiving.com

Create a Showpiece

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