Spring Entertaining: Instant Fresh Flower Arrangement

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Instant Fresh Flower Arrangement

Create lovely place settings for soirees that are simple & affordable. Start with a few easy basics that make a big impact. A rummage through the kitchen & a stop at the garden shop has your table looking sharp in an instant. Follow my pointer to get the look.

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Shop your cupboard for a vintage container.
Glassware & tabletop serve ware allow spring blooms to shine.

 Tuck in an assortment of seasonal faves.
Violas * Grape Hyacinth * Tete A Tete Narcissus * Primrose

Complete the look with a trailing staple.
Variegated Creeping Fig * Creeping Jenny * Angel Vine

Plant the picks outdoors when blooms & bulbs fade.
Enjoy another time.

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How To Make The Most Of Party Essentials

The flower arrangement is not only lovely but hard working too.
Try this tip to enjoy the blooms longer.

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Tuck the violas into pots outdoors for an extra boost of instant blooms.
The bulbs are perennials so they’ll make a return visit next season.
Plant with other bulbs you have growing in your yard.

Use indoor staple plants such as the creeping fig
throughout your home for a fresh burst of living green.
Tuck in an interesting odd salad bowl topped with a bit of moss. 

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