From gardening food to gardening flowers, why not combine your fresh crops and fresh flowers? The sustainable gardening movement continues to grow with creativity and so does the way we utilize our garden.
Instead of buying floral arrangements from the store, we’ve got the latest fresh garden arrangements that come directly from your backyard.
Fern and Foxglove
Based off your best bloomers of the season, focus on combining colorful varieties for your next arrangement. With basic roses, heighten your florals with lush ferns and foxglove.
Rosemary and Hydrangea
Did you know including herbs in your next flower arrangement can add freshness and greenery? Rosemary is a summer favorite because of its spicy fragrance and adds a touch of drama to the florals.
Grapes and Garden Rose
Make your next arrangement fruitful with some grapes, seriously! Citrus and colorful, fruits in your florals will be an unexpected focal point for your guests.
Vines and Branches
From vines to bushes, branches and leaves are the perfect filler for arrangements. Heightening the texture and form of your arrangement, add them to your next floral design.
Turn your salad greens into a refreshing floral arrangement! Kale isn’t just good for your salad, kale can also be used as a vibrant filler for your flowers.
Tomato Greens and Dahlia
Fuzzy leaves and sturdy vines, tomato greens are the ideal backdrop for your fresh cut garden flowers. Feel free to leave a couple of tiny tomatoes on the branch and watch them blossom in your arrangement.
Grapevine has a wreath form which makes it ideal for garlands and floral crowns, but you can also use it in an arrangement. Their wide and green leaves are a wonderful addition to your enchanting arrangement.
Broccoli and Lilies
It’s strange to think about using vegetables in a flower arrangement, but cauliflower and broccoli are great fillers. When paired with lilies, these vegetables will help you create a charming arrangement.
Rock stars in and out of the kitchen, artichokes offer a gorgeous backdrop and filler for your florals.
Sunflowers and Evergreens
Tree evergreens are bare, but their versatile branches offer an architectural touch to floral arrangements of any season.