Think of this season's prettiest bouquets as a mash-up of color, texture, and scent.
By Judy Prouty; Produced by Christopher White
Hydrangeas, with their subtle scent, make an ideal partner for lilacs, which give off a heady perfume.
Here's how: Put hydrangeas into a wide-mouth container first. The sturdy stems create a structure that helps support the other blooms. Then cut lilacs to different lengths and fill in the display.