Normally I use cut flowers in my arrangements. In the two arrangements in this blog post I used ‘Primula Touch Me' pot plants. It was an experiment to arrange this beautiful spring flowers. To my surprise, the arrangements last more than a week.
The leaves no longer contain the irritating substance they once had. So you can easily arrange them. In the video you see how I prepare for the arrangements by cutting branches in the woods nearby my house.
Primula Arrangement in blue vase
A burning passion for flowers…
Kosta Boda Vase
This is real beauty. Kosta Boda is synonymous with innovative design that has a lot of personality.
The art glass designers create both beautiful utility items and art glass that are exhibited and sold across the world. Founded in 1742, Kosta Boda is the oldest Swedish glassworks and still, produces high-quality glass that stands the test of time. It has kept all of its historical charm and traditional manufacturing and has also developed cutting edge modern techniques that broaden the expressive range of the designers at Kosta Boda.
Watch the video about how I made this Primula Touch Me Flower Arrangement
If you love watching (flower) videos online, I will invite you to my YouTube channel. Tune in each week to Ikebana Beautiful for the inspiration moments in the arts of flower arranging.
Love is the flower you’ve got to let grow.
– John Lennon
Primula Arrangement in orange containe
Floral Design Tools
Ikebana Scissors Okatsune