April showers bring May flowers, but if you are like us, you are not waiting until then to start decorating with flower arrangements. This week we are spotlighting five florals (four flowers, one grass stem), all of which you can find on our website.
Also, be sure to check out our tips on flower arranging here, and tell us how you are decorating with flowers this spring.
Pale pink softens green leaves while maintaining a beautifully fresh appearance alone in a vase or among other flowers.
These tulip stems are quite tall, taking full attention of any space they are in with whimsical charm. Both color options work in a variety of arrangements.
We have added the artificial grass in the image to the left to show how complementing it is to long stems, although it stands just as beautifully on its own.
While the genus “Ranunculus” includes hundreds of species, we make it simple by offering just one of them. The rounded shape sets these blooms apart from others, adding contrast to a bouquet or making a beautiful statement individually. Both color options are perfect for spring or Easter decorating, too.
The cherry blossoms of Washington D.C. are infamously watched at the beginning of spring so the public can know when the best time to view their elegance is. You can add clusters of these delicate flowers to your home without cutting your actual cherry tree with bunches from Sturbridge Yankee Workshop – in pink, white or both!
(( Also, don’t forget about our Annual Spring Sale going on now, with free shipping on curtains, special savings on wall art, pillows, these flowers & more! ))