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
Slender, fragile stems are best snipped with small scissors. Before placing into water, tie a good-size bunch together with twine to help blooms hold their shape.
Tip: Cut garden flowers in the early morning, when temperatures are coolest.