At certain times of the year we just don’t have quite enough flowers. This is when "filler" is really important.
Flowers and containers should always complement each other.
The majority of items for your table centerpiece can be scrounged from the garden and yard.
Like chrysanthemums, marigolds are such serviceable flowers, and as one becomes a seasoned gardener “serviceable” becomes a most welcome descriptor.
Whether you pick flowers from your garden or buy them, all cut flowers benefit from being conditioned before they are arranged.
Tulips are one of our most popular spring flowering bulbs. Colette wrote about how to revive a cut tulip that is drooping.
Our winter homes are not ideal environments for cut flowers to flourish in. Fortunately, there are still ways to make sure they have a long life
Some flower gardeners have designated cutting gardens, but most of us just snip judiciously from all areas of our yard.
Make sure you follow certain steps so that your cut flowers last in your home until the end of winter.