Beckoning Spring Blooms

Spring Blooms

Rouse nature from winter’s peaceful slumber, gently ushering in the heady fragrances and vivid hues of the coming season by coaxing bulbs to flower indoors. 

Spring Blooms

Freshly gathering bouquets bring sunshine to quiet corners. 

Spring Blooms

Left: These grape hyacinths thrive in a bright, cool spot. Once cut, hyacinth stems should soak for at least twelve hours before being arranged with other blooms. Right: Hardy selections ideal for sprouting in this manner include daffodils, hyacinths, lilies of the valley, and grape hyacinths. 

Spring Blooms

Laden with rocks and moist soil, a shallow tureen becomes an elegant container garden. 

Styling Yukie McLean 


To read more about spring blooms, see “Beckoning Spring Blooms” on page 59 of the March/April 2015 issue of Victoria. 

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