Classic Beauty: A Rose and Lilac Vase

This impressive front-facing arrangement appears to have an abundance of flowers but much of the substance comes from carefully arranged foliage. This display will look pretty in a foyer, minimalist living room or banquet table for a meal.

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Materials

Flowers and Foliage
5 red Peruvian lilly
7 pale pink spray roses
6 guelder rose stems
5 lilac stocks
6 dark pink lilacs
3 white leaf stems
2 monstera leaves
5 garden viburnum stems

Consider subsituting lisianthus for spray roses or snapdragons for stocks.

Other Materials
clear glass or opaque urn or flared vase (18 inches high)
chicken wire
sterilizing tablet or flower food
florist’s scissors

Flowers and Foliage Needed for Rose and Lilac UrnEnlarge Photo+Shrink Photo-DK - Fresh Flower Arranging © 2011 Dorling Kindersley Limited

Excerpted from Fresh Flower Arranging

© Dorling Kindersley Limited 2011

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