We named this arrangement rather tongue in cheek as we look outside onto one of the wettest ‘summers’ we’ve seen for a long time, but ever British, we remain hopeful for a peek of the sunshine at some point. With that in mind, we plucked some summer inspiring blooms, that hark to a sun dappled garden and freshly picked florals. The hammered glass jug gives it that ‘freshly arranged in the kitchen’ vibe.
3 x Autumn Cream Alstroemeria 19555
2 x Brown Hypericum 19561
1 x Berry Bouquet 19718
1 x Coffee Cream Dahlia 19742
1 x White Fashion Peony 19034
1 x White Ranunculus Spray 18941
1 x Faux Ammi 19953
1 x Green Fern Bunch 19955
1 x Olive Spray 19628
1 x Green Trick 19565
1 x Variegated Leaf Spray 19605
1 x Vintage Hammered Glass Display Jug 17394
The beauty of some of our spray stems is that they work perfectly as a starting structure for an arrangement. I like to start this one as a hand tie and start grouping together before placing in the vase.
Using the fern, separate the fronds and then start to place the flowers at random intervals. Add in the hypericum and olive branch and then place in the jug. Tease into position. Break down the berry bouquet into five separate stems and inject into the arrangement. They will all look different, but uniquely so in your own style.