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Create Beautiful Bouquets Using Flowering Plants From Your Own Garden

Create Beautiful Bouquets Using Flowering Plants From Your Own Garden

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Arranging Your Garden BouquetLook to the garden. You don't have to be a floral designer to figure out how to arrange flowers. For inspiration on what plants to use in your bouquet, look at how the plants are arranged in your garden. Note which plants look good together and try to mirror the same arrangement in a bouquet. An easy way to get started is to use a combination of three plants: a taller flowering plant, such as a shrub, paired with a medium-height perennial and a low-growing ground cover.Place the taller branches or stems toward the back or center of your bouquet and then add the remaining plants in order of height, finishing with the shortest plant, just like in the landscape.

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In the bouquet shown here, the contrasting colors of purple trailing lantana (Lantana montevidensis), yellow Desert Marigold (Baileya multiradiata) and yellow-orange Cascalote tree (Caesalpinia cacalaco) flowers make an attractive combination.
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