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Sandy from Afloral.com shows you how to make an easy hand-tied tulip arrangement.
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Hi, I am Sandy with Afloral and one of my favorite flowers in the whole world is Tulips and we have some beautiful tulips here at Afloral.
And since I am already thinking spring, I though I would make a hand-tied bouquet to put in this earn vase and I am going to start with three tulips and in between these tulips, I will place other colored tulips. And you can see I am just holding it all in my hand and tucking them in between what is already there.
I love colors, so a variety of colors always works well for me. Carefully, seeking each tulip in between, those stems then are getting tied together interlocking in between each other. And look up pretty that is looking all ready with all those different colored tulips.
Did you know that fresh tulips actually grow after they have been cut?
One of the few flowers that actually does that, so make sure that when you put them in the vase that they are in their right length.
Is not this looking pretty already?
We will keep placing them in there. About a dozen tulips make a nice arrangement.
This could be a beautiful bouquet for a wedding as well as something that you want to put in the vase.
If you are afraid they are not going to stay together, we have the handy floral tape that you can wrap right around the stem. But if you are going to put them in the vase it is not really necessary to do that.
You can just wrap those flowers right into your vase and they will stay where they are.
Is not that a gorgeous bouquet? I would love this on my table.