Recommended, 2022

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DIY Bouquet: gladioli three times different


Photo: deco & style

Glamorous giants

Whether in powdery pink, sunny yellow or intense purple, grown high or low - gladioli are so varied that they fit every occasion.

Colorful meadow in a mint jug

  • 1 bunch of mini gladioli in rosé
  • 5-7 stems Alchemilla
  • 2-3 stalks dill
  • 3-5 stems eustoma in white-blue
  • jug
  • secateurs
  • knife

1. Free the stems of the flowers from excess green.

2. Assemble flowers to a mixed bouquet, making the stems spirally.

3. Shorten the bouquet to the vase length with the rose scissors.

4. Cut the ends of the stems diagonally for better water absorption.

5. Loosely place the bouquet in the water-filled jug.

Colorful ostrich in zinc can

  • 3 gladioli in red
  • 3 gladioli in pink
  • 1 stalk of larkspur, phlox and bellflower
  • zinc pot
  • secateurs
  • knife

1. Free the stems of the flowers from excess green.

2. Assemble flowers to a mixed bouquet, making the stems spirally.

3. Shorten the bouquet to the length of the can with the rose scissors.

4. Cut the ends of the stems diagonally for better water absorption.

5. Loosely place the bouquet in the water-filled pot.

Flowers in minivases

  • 3-5 stems of mixed gladioli
  • knife
  • Glass minivas

1. Cut off flower heads and place in small glass vases filled with water.

2. Arrange decorative vases on a tray.

Tip: This decoration is ideal for bouquets where some flowers have already faded.

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