In this elegant bouquet for Valentine’s Day, red roses join with ‘XLence’ Gypsophila, contrasting both colors and textures. This design will provide an easy-to-make addition to your fresh flower offerings for the busy holiday.
To discover how to create this bouquet, follow the directions below, or click here to watch an instructional video.
1. Remove all foliage from the rose and Gypsophila stems below the point at which the flowers will be held during the arranging process. Remove any blemished guard petals from the roses.
2. Arrange flowers spirally, alternating flower types, so that the flowers spread out evenly.
3. Recut the bottoms of the flower stems so they are all approximately the same length. Immediately place the bouquet into a vase filled with flower-food solution.