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Making a bouquet out of wildflowers

by webdev

October 22, 2010

Wildflowers picked from public and home gardens can make for an excellent and unique bouquet, reports the HeraldOnline.com.

A bouquet composed of Queen Anne’s lace, frostweed, purple astersblack-eyed Susans, branches of dogwood and bare twigs may seem an odd floral arrangement, but the combination can be extraordinarily attractive.

To make a wildflower bouquet, choose various types of twigs and flowers and group similar flowers together to offer a neatly designed look.

If twigs and leaves get messy, crafters can try layering the flowers according to size in an open fist beginning with the longer stems, suggests the news source.

 Those without the extra time and resources to create their own arrangement can purchase a garden bouquet of green hydrangeas, purple dahlias and wild roses to create an authentic wildflower arrangement.

 

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