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Gatherings from the garden for a sweet arrangement

Garden flower gatherings for an arrangement

After many days of rain, finally today we were able to enjoy a bright sunny weather outside. This morning and while strolling through my garden and watching in amazement how fast some of the flowers have grown, the idea of having a small portion of this view struck me! Because my interest has always being of bringing some of those instances of the outdoors inside, today I cut some simple flowers from my garden to create small but sweet arrangements.

Garden flower gatherings for an arrangement
Garden flower gatherings for an arrangement

Small white roses, Diamond Frost Euphorbia, Dwarf Pentas and some Lemon Grass leaves (all from my local The Home Depot) were the cuts that I “borrowed” from my garden. I made small mixed arrangements and placed them in water; one inside a galvanized lantern over our dinning table (find a similar lantern here) and the other inside a candle holder (from BHG at Walmart).

Garden flower gatherings for an arrangement
Garden flower gatherings for an arrangement
After adding some fern leaves to the candle holder, I placed the small vase with the flower arrangement inside and added water to keep the ferns fresh for a longer time.
It is amazing how some simple flower can take this effortless look to a new level. Don’t be afraid to experience with a mix of whatever you already have in your garden. You’ll be surprise how easy it was to create and how good the arrangement will end up looking. Have you played with your flowers lately?

Garden flower gatherings for an arrangement

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2 Comments

  • Reply
    Kaitlyn Ancker
    May 13, 2015 at 3:09 am

    Perfect! Simple, easy, free & brings beautiful nature into your home! Love it Gloribell ๐Ÿ™‚

    Kaitlyn {freshandvintageliving}

  • Reply
    Gloribell Lebron
    May 13, 2015 at 3:14 am

    Hello Kaitlyn and thank you so much for stopping by. I love the fact that this was an easy thing to do, but at the same time it makes a great difference in a room.

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