Brighten up your home by making gorgeous bouquets of peonies, sweet peas, hydrangeas, tulips, and other spring flowers.
By Judy Prouty; Produced by John Loecke
Pick a mix of tulip types and colors—solids, variegated, parrot. Remove all but one or two top leaves from the stems. Next trim stems at an angle to varying lengths. This will create a full but casual look. Place blossoms one at a time in a narrow container to allow tulips to bend and fall naturally.