The cyclamen I bought earlier this year has become one of my favorites. It has looked good for a long time. Removing the fading stems of flowers keeps new buds forming.
Bromeliads come in such rich colors. I couldn’t resist adding one to my growing collection of stuff I have to tend. Sigh! Well, let’s just jump from big and bold to tee tiny.
Tulips, iberis, grape hyacinth in a small piece of pottery purchased as a souvenir on some long ago vacation make up this six inch bouquet.
The tiniest bouquet can be cheerful. This bouquet in a mini crystal vase of grape hyacinth, forsythia, erica, hellebore, and andromeda is only three inches tall.
Pear blossom and foliage with pansy arrangement in a butter pat dish is two inches tall. Placed on a bedside table, by your computer, or at your place at the dinner table, it can lift your spirit when the weather goes gray. Votive candle holders make good mini containers for larger flowers like a rose.
Mini Spring Bouquet/MotherNaturesGarden