April Showers Bring May Centerpieces

These fresh, cheerful centerpieces were originally designed for a spring wedding. There's no reason not to make them for other occasions and everyday dining tables, as well.

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Arrange Flowers and Moss

Arrange tulips and freesias in the foam: cut off lower leaves and offshoot buds and trim the stems. Save the offshot buds for a small vase display. Press a stem into the center of the foam, then add more, working out from the center at a slight angle (image 1).

Cover the gaps between the flowers with flat moss (image 2).

Arrange daffodils, fritillaria and offshoot buds in clear glass vases. Use bun moss on its own in the smallest pots.

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Excerpted from Fresh Flower Arranging

© Dorling Kindersley Limited 2011

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