In appreciation of Spring flowers, here are some of my favorite pictures of flowers...
One of my favorite ways to arrange flowers are in small groups and in unexpected containers. Using a teacup or old pitcher gives a way to re-purpose something you treasure, but don't always use and creates another aesthetic focal point in with your arrangements.
Placing bright, tiny groups of various succulents in an unusual planter is a great way to have a very black thumb friendly plant in your home or room and also have another piece of art.
I really adore large bunches of baby's breath ( G. paniculata or gyp). I find it to be a very beautiful, airy flower and love getting just huge bunches of it to put in a large vase on my kitchen table. I know a lot of people think it's a terribly ordinary and ugly flower, but I feel they fail to see it's true, delicate beauty.