10 Easy To Grow And Bold Summer Annual Flowers

10 Easy To Grow And Bold Summer Annual Flowers
Brighten your garden with these colorful annuals! Coreopsis. This little wiry-stemmed beauty grows 1 1/2 to 3 ft. tall. Summer flowers that continue to fall come in yellow, orange, maroon, bronze, and reddish banded with contrasting colors. Sow seeds in place in dryish soil; keep spent blooms picked off to prolong flowering. Cosmos (C. bipinnatus).... 
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How To Stunt Your Paperwhites With Alcohol

How To Stunt Your Paperwhites With Alcohol
It’s time to stunt your paperwhites, and we’ll do that with alcohol. Pot your paperwhites in stones and water, as you normally would. Once the roots begin growing and the green shoot on top reaches about 1-2″, pour off the existing water. Replace the water with a solution of 4 – 6% alcohol, as described... 
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Gorgeous DIY Fresh Flower Chandelier For Party Decor

Gorgeous DIY Fresh Flower Chandelier For Party Decor
This gorgeous fresh flower chandelier will make a statement at your next party, or maybe on your big day. Prepare a hoola hoop, green paint for the hoola hoop, a wire hoop with 30cm diameter, fishing line, green washi tape or florist tape, green florist wire, scissors and lengths of fresh jasmine vine; lots of... 
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How To Dry Hydrangea Flowers Properly

How To Dry Hydrangea Flowers Properly
Hydrangeas are one of those flowers that almost dry themselves. Once dry, they can last and look beautiful for years. You can dry hydrangeas several ways, the biggest challenge in drying hydrangeas is timing when to cut the blossoms. If you cut them in peak bloom, they have too much moisture and don’t dry quickly... 
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Bright DIY Calla And Turmeric Arrangement

Bright DIY Calla And Turmeric Arrangement
Need a cool floral arrangement? We’ve got a really simple and eye-catching idea for you! To make such a composition you’ll need several branches of turmeric, 3 bunches of purple callas, 7 branches of palmas-de-santa-rita. Choose some bold and cool vase and pour water up to the half. Place the callas into the vase and... 
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