Arranging Fresh Hydrangeas
- Create a study in color with different flowers in shades of the same hue. Hydrangeas and clematis in purple tones look unified yet diverse.
- Play with texture by adding airy sprigs to a dense mound of flowers. A yellowware kitchen bowl of late-summer dahlias would certainly be lovely enough on its own, but adding a contrasting element make it even more striking.
- Make a jewel-like bouquet by combing unexpected elements. An assemblage of begonia leaves snipped from houseplants invites a closer look and rewards the viewer with varied colors, patterns, and textures.
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