DIY Blooming Centerpiece

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  • Farm to table has grown increasingly popular when it comes to food, but why not reverse it for entertaining and gardening? It’s easy, inexpensive and green to create a table to “farm” centerpiece. This silver pedestal bowl makes a beautiful centerpiece, but to fill it with fresh cut flowers and greenery would cost up to $100. Not to mention we could only enjoy it for a week. In less than 5 minutes and for $30, I filled it with bulbs and accent plants.

    Dahlias are my favorite summer bulb, offering continuous beautiful blooms full of texture. They are substantial enough for a centerpiece, providing lots of well rounded greenery.

    I accented them with snow princess, which drapes over the bowl.

     

    When I’m done entertaining, the bulbs are planted in my gardens. I decided to line my patio with them {which recently received a mini-makeover}. You can’t do that with fresh cut flowers! In Spring, I love doing this with hyacinths complimented with moss. They are so fragrant!

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