Cost-Free Flower Arrangements
Experts at The New York Botanical Garden give you the basics of making flower arrangements with materials gathered from your own garden.
For hollow stemmed flowers, like delphiniums, lupines, and amaryllis, insert a thin stick or wire in the stems with water and cover with a cotton ball at the base bound by a rubber band.
Shown here: delphinium (Delphinium King Arthur Group)
For more gardening tips, visit The New York Botanical Garden.
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