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“Just Peachy” Arrangement (Sneak Peek)

Hi Lovelies,

As you may or may not know already, I’ve been trying to get a video out over on my YouTube channel every day for the month of April. This is turning out to be a monumental task for a few reasons. However, the most obvious is that this idea was yet another one of my “whim” ideas that I don’t plan for, but rather, just dive into. Since I’ve neglected the blog a little bit over the past couple weeks, I thought I would give you beautiful people a little bit of a sneak peek of a video that will be posted tomorrow morning! If you’re reading this “in the future”, and the video has already been posted, feel free to head over to my channel and watch me make this!

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You really don’t have to plant a lot of different types of flowers to make something completely beautiful. The only flowers in this vase are those ‘Charming Beauty’ tulips that I posted about last week, and yellow and white ranunculus – that’s it.
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Look at that sun shining! I can’t wait until it’s warmer! I love these colors so much! Ugh!
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Can you see why I think ‘Charming Beauty’ is so charming?
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Here’s a closer look at that gorgeous color!
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We definitely need a close up of the ranunculus, too! Look at all those petals!!!
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I really, really like these colors together. I know, I keep saying that, but….

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10 Comments

  • Sue Ellen

    What a fabulous boquets!! Did you tell us once that you grew the ranunculus in the hoop house? That you don’t have a greenhouse? What variety are the ranunculus? I just built a small hoop house, could I grow them this winter? Thanks for telling others to follow me on Instagram!!

    • freshcutky

      No problem! Those daffodils are sooo gorgeous! Yes, I do ranunculus and anemones in my small unheated hoophouse. I think I wrote about growing them last year here on the blog, but I’m definitely going to post about it (and probably do a video too) this year, as soon as they’re done blooming so I can add some updates. The variety I bought is just a “mix” of colors that I bought from longfield gardens, since I don’t buy enough to buy wholesale. I’m really pleased with how pretty the colors are! Last year I bought some really bright colors, so some nice pastels are a good change!

    • freshcutky

      Thanks 🙂 🙂 I’ll admit, I normally tend to stay away from some colors – things like bright yellows and bright reds – but I agree, this soft yellow is so nice, especially with the green center! 🙂 🙂

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