Make And Wrap A Large Sustainable Hand Tied Bouquet With Your Seasonal Flowers


Fierceblooms describes ingredients, sustainable mechanics and her step by step process in making a very large sustainable hand tied bouquet.
Making hand tied bouquets with fresh seasonal flowers from your garden, especially large ones, can sometimes be tricky.

In a big bouquet care has to be taken with conditioning your garden cut flowers so that they have stiff enough stems to stand and support the weight of big flower heads.

Then there is the mechanics of making this very large bouquet, not just in terms of doing this sustainably, but also just the actual practicalities of working with ingredients and stems so long especially with small hands!

Then there are the ingredients. Late summer scent is sometimes elusive but here, bulbs and perennials added to long tendrils of sweetpeas ensure there is a memorable visual and olfactory moment!

In this video I take you through ingredients, sustainable mechanics and my step by step process in making a very large hand tied bouquet with your seasonal garden grown flowers which can be given as a gift.


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