Snapdragon, Sweet Pea, and Bells of Ireland Flower Arrangement

One of my absolute favorite parts of growing hardy annual flowers is having so many options when it comes to arranging flowers. The garden is currently bursting at the seams with agrostemma and chantilly snapdragon flowers. Why not put them into a vase?

The pink chantilly snapdragons have been one of the main flowers that I have been using this year. I’m so please with their height and with their overall appearance in the arrangements that I’ve been making. I’m also really glad that I chose to grow the pink ones – so many possible color combinations!

‘April in Paris’ Sweet Peas

This was also the first time that I’ve ever been marginally successful in growing bells of Ireland. The plants are definitely shorter than I would have hoped, but they flowered and looked wonderful. Here’s what they look like…

3 thoughts on “Snapdragon, Sweet Pea, and Bells of Ireland Flower Arrangement

  1. They look beautiful. I’ve just started experimenting with Snapdragons this year and have realised I should definitely be growing more of them! 😀

  2. I ordered seeds for Bells of Ireland but haven’t planted them yet. They’re so pretty and unusual. I plan to pick off the leaves and just use the bells.

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