Our gardens are not at full bloom capacity yet and most flowers are just in bud stage. However, the evergreens like the Hostas and Ferns are looking awesome and the spring bloomers are fading away.
My advice to you is, don’t despair. You don’t need a huge number of flowers in your gardens to elegantly stage a kitchen garden window or to refresh a dining table center piece. Incidentally, you just need very little and will cost you $0.00 dollars to make an impact. This is one of those times when less is best. Therefore, let’s get started. Find your garden clippers, a bucket with water and hit the road to your gardens.
This is what you will need:
1 to 3 flower containers (you can even use drinking glasses or a coffee cups)
Walk through you garden to cut few of the green branches or spike leaves.
If you have any flowers just pick one per flower vase or more, just what you want.
Fill the containers with fresh tab water.
No artistic skills are needed. Just put the greens in the vase and add one flower.
You are done!
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