How to make a Flowering Plant Centerpiece in 5 minutes
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We got buried yesterday with snow and today is freezing! I think we got about 15″ of snow and then the freezing rain turned everything into a block of ice. Mother Nature figured we didn’t really want to see Spring anytime soon here in Mass.-ha. Today I am sharing a quick idea for your Spring or Easter tablescape, How to Make a Flowering Plant Centerpiece in 5 Minutes.
A couple weeks ago I was designing a tablescape for Spring and needed a quick centerpiece that wouldn’t break the bank. I saw these small flowering plants at my local grocery store for $2.99 each and decided they would look great in a bowl as a centerpiece.
I filled the bowl half full with potting soil and added the three flowering plants. The names of the plants are tropical foliage (the greenery) and Primrose (the flowering plants).
I filled in the sides and top with little more soil and in 5 minutes, I had a cute flowering centerpiece for my table.
The plants were a little root bound so I gently loosened the roots before placing in the bowl. This helps them spread into the new soil.
I will most likely replant this once the warmer weather gets here and place them outside on our porch or in our foyer.
I will be sharing the entire tablescape this week later on the HomeGoods Design Happy blog but for now, this is a little peek :). Hope you found a little inspiration on how to make a flowering plant centerpiece in 5 minutes. It’s a quick and easy way to add something fresh and lively to a tabletop in minutes. For more fun decorating ideas, be sure to check out our Interior Page and Our Home and Projects page. Now if the snow would melt here in Mass, we could carry on with Spring!
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We need that snow! Denver is dry, dry, dry! Love that bowl too!
you can have all the snow! haha 😉
Cute idea !
That centerpiece is so pretty and the pale pink pitcher is eye-catching.
This looks so pretty. Love the silver urn!