How to Arrange Wildflowers

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Wildflowers can be arranged in a free-form manner to give the bunch a natural look. Mix greenery and brightly colored wildflowers from the garden into a vase with helpful tips from an experienced professional florist in this free video on arranging flowers.

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Hello, I'm Crystal Nassar with Tuscany Florist in Rancho Mirage, California and I'm going to show you how to arrange wild flowers. Okay, so I'm going to just put my base here which is the lemon leaf from a lemon tree; just start putting it in and I'm going to make; let's just say this is going to be a nice, you know, centerpiece and you can make altar pieces out of the same flowers; one sided. I'm going to make this all around. Just keep putting in my, my green lemon leaf; it doesn't have to be perfect. So I'm almost finish filling it in; try to cover, cover your oasis in the container. So we've got a nice little base here and I'll start with the, the Larkspur that we have more of and we're just kind of going to give it a wild flower look; just putting it in; putting it all around. Now let's do, let's do some beautiful Blue Delphinium. This comes in a hybrid; sometimes you'll see the hybrid growing in the garden; that's gorgeous. And now let's do some Solidago just for a little accent there. Let's put a whole bunch in so we get the right look. We don't want to make it too perfect; we want it to look wild so I'm putting the whole stem in. Instead of cutting each individual like you would see to make it perfect; I'm just going to put the whole bunch in. That's how it came out of the garden. You can use different herbs to, to add different textures. That's so pretty. And now I'm going to add the, the mint. Get some long stalks and just kind of put it in. And that's how you make a wild flower arrangement.


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