Same same, but different – Autumn Tulip Arrangement

with Leucadendrons, Magnolia and Amaranthus

After a terrible lot of same-ness over the last couple of years, do you have that feeling you might need to look at things with a different perspective? To untether yourself from what’s been (and been, and been), to what COULD BE? Likely, it’s been a looong time since you’ve let yourself step out of the box and given yourself the freedom to dream from a clean slate.

A little inspiration from week’s box! It features classic tulips, toughened up with the unexpected edge of vibrant green leucadendrons. Both blooms have the same, well, tulip-shaped flowers. But while one creates elegant artful arcs in a vase, the other reaches for stars with sculptural spear like stems.

Take a whole blissful 5, 10 or 20 minutes to arrange this week’s blooms while you dream about what your fresh “but different” take on things could possibly be.

Here’s what you’ll need.

  • Tulips
  • Leucadendrons
  • Amaranthus
  • Magnolia & Pittosporum
  • clean vase and fresh water
  • sharp scissors or flower shears

About the Author:

Philomena is the founder of Bloombox Co, occasional hatmaker and pickle aficionado. She lives in Melbourne where she works to get locally grown flowers into homes and businesses.

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