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Create a dazzling display: Your step by step guide

PUBLISHED: 14:18 21 February 2011 | UPDATED: 18:54 20 February 2013

Place the smaller vase inside the large one and then push slices of lemon and lime into the gap between, filling all four sides with the fruit.

Place the smaller vase inside the large one and then push slices of lemon and lime into the gap between, filling all four sides with the fruit.

Top Suffolk floral designer Danny Preston has come up with a step-by-step guide to help budding florists brighten up their homes with this display of colourful spring flowers.

Top Suffolk floral designer Danny Preston has come up with a step-by-step guide to help budding florists brighten up their homes with this display of colourful spring flowers.




You will need:


Two glass cube vases - one 14cm in diameter with the other slightly smaller to fit inside the larger vase and leave a 1cm gap all around.


Spring flowers.


12 pink tulips and 12 yellow tulips.
7 orange roses.
6 purple hyacinth.
3 stems of viburnum opulus - split to provide six heads.
Limes and lemons - half a dozen or so of each.
Four water phials.
String to bind the bouquet.
Scissors and a florist's knife.

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