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Spring Flower Arranging Part 2

April is a great month to get deals on the lovely flower, Tulip. If you enjoyed my last Flower arrangement post. You will enjoy this one.

Spring is one of my favorite times of the year. Everything comes back to life, giving me the feeling that I can accomplish anything.

I love a beautiful bouquet of flowers to grace my space. I hope by me sharing these, I can normalize everyone having fresh flowers in their home again. Yes, we all have house plants, but how often do you have a fresh bouquet of in-season flowers on your table? If it is only on holidays, or when someone gives them to you, you should assess why, and maybe get in the habit of setting a budget aside for the expense. I always say flowers brighten up your space and help you feel grounded in that space.

Tulips are a great flower to use because they are usually large, showy, and brightly colored. Beautiful rich colors of red, pink, yellow, or white. They are also one of the easiest flowers you'll ever grow and take care of in your home.

Tulip Mania' was a thing. From 1634 to 1637. It was the world's largest market crash of ALL time.-GTG

This Bouquet Symbolizes

The Yellow Tulip Symbolizes happiness, cheerfulness, and hope. The people of the Victorian era believed yellow tulips meant “There's sunshine in your smile.” Because of the phrase, yellow tulips became popular “just because” gifts. The color is sure to bring a smile to anyone's face, as well as brighten and liven up any space you put it in.

The Wild Daisy symbolizes purity, innocence, new beginnings, joy, and cheerfulness. The Victorians believed daisies symbolized innocence, loyalty, and an ability to keep things secret.

The Lemon symbolizes longevity, purification, love, and friendship,

I think "Just because" is a great reason.

Enjoy this easy flower arrangement to keep your Spring table in full bloom!

Let me know in the comments how it turns out!

What You Will Need

1 bunch of Yellow Tulips

A Few Wild Daisys

8-10 Lemons

Vase-Preferably a Round Vase

Floral Arrangment Instructions

Put 4-6 Lemons in vase.

Fill with water

Cut and arrange Tulips in vase so vase looks full, but no stems are seen from the outside.

Cut 1 lemon in half.

Nestle both halfs in tulips.(Use wooden skewers to help stabilize)

Arrange Wild Daisys.

Enjoy your bouquet !

*Basic Floral Rule An arrangement of flowers should be one with the right balance. The height of the arrangement should be at least one and a half times more than the height of the container. Although the height of the arrangement can be higher than this, it should never be lower.

End Result

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