This showy centerpiece contains Peony Tulips and Spray Roses. Peony Tulips, also known as Double Tulips, have multiple layers of sweetly scented petals, creating a dazzling, ruffled effect. As their name suggests, they resemble to Peony.
An interesting fact about tulips is that they continue to grow after being cut, up to an inch or more. They are “phototropic”, bending towards the light. Therefore, If you make a tulip arrangement ahead of time, you should expect tulips to turn and stick out.
The cube container I used for the centerpiece has a quite large opening so it took me 1.5 bunches of Tulips (15 stems), a bunch of Spray Rose, Misty as a filler, and several kinds of foliage.
When arranging flowers in a vase with a large opening like this, it helps to first create a natural grid to hold flowers in position within a container using “lacing” method. This method is achieved by interweaving and crossing stems. Be sure to insert each stem toward the central binding point. This will create a radiating outward appearance from the central point.
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