Spring Blooms ~ Spring Arrangements

April 15, 2016

By Tab Byrum


We’ve made it to the end of another week, a week where we’ve looked at 4 different types of flowers readily available in the Spring, so I thought today we would take a look at some arrangements you can create using our flowers of the week. We’ve looked at Tulips, Muscari, Hyacinths, and Lilacs so I tried to find arrangements with some or all of those flowers in them. One thing you may notice in some of the pics I’m sharing today are Peonies, it’s still a little early for Peonies but when they do become available we’ll talk about them as well because they’re hands down everyone’s favorite Spring flower. I hope you have a wonderful weekend, enjoy these pictures and find some floral inspiration, Enjoy!!! (above via)


Isn’t this a bright, pretty arrangement? It has Peonies, Dahlias, and Hyacinths, I can only imagine how good this smells. ( via )


This is a relatively simple arrangement with white and yellow Tulips and a few mini green Hydrangeas. Remember, Tulips don’t like too much water in the vase.  ( via )


This one is all Peonies and some foliage, but I couldn’t resist. ( via )


I love simple arrangements like these of small silver cups filled with purple Hyacinths. ( via )


Isn’t this dramatic? A beautiful gold container full of Lilacs and Tulips. ( via )


Keeping it all to one flower is not only simpler but also elegant, always remember that less is more. ( via )


This grouping of Hyacinths is standing on its own in a shallow container with a little water, love the touch of ribbon. ( via )


A vase full of Tulips gets a little punch of drama from the large tropical leaves and some Curly Willow spiraling upwards. ( via )


Pick a color and stick with it is a good rule of thumb, here you have pink Peonies and Lilacs creating a simple and elegant look. ( via )

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1 comment

  • Sharon Cullison

    Our son Chad has come to live with us for a bit He is going to landscape our yard We’ve been planning flower beds Lots of ideas here Love this

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