Spring offers a wide range of tuberous plants. Not only are there tulips and daffodils, there are also irises, grapes, Scilla, Hyacinths… They offer ample possibilities for decorative creations, because they can be used ‘as they are’, they do not need water vials, vases or foam. Today our FLEUR florist Moniek Vanden Berghe explains how to make this beautiful design.
What do you need?
- Iris reticulata ‘Katharine Hodgkin’, dwarf Iris
- Primula vulgaris, primrose
- OASIS® Bindwire
- Wooden box
- Potting soil
- Wooden dowels with a diameter of 8 mm
This is how you make it:
Cut pieces of Bindwire of equal size. They have to be higher than the flowers. Wind the wires around the sticks you have cut to size for the four sides of the wooden container. Then mount those four sticks to the wooden box with a few nails. Plant the Irises and primroses in the wooden box.