Make a rose bouquet to capture extraordinary perfumes in a vase
A classic bouquet combines colors, shapes, and forms in a rich
tapestry of blooms.
- Experiment with your choice of container, but keep it simple
so it won't overpower the flowers.
- Couple roses with other flowers, such as columbine, iris, salvia,
and lilies, for different looks.
- To round out a pretty mixed bouquet, add greenery, including
leaves of lady's mantle, hosta, lemon balm, and fern. Tuck in
fillers, such as sprigs of Artemisia or eucalyptus, for a finishing
For more detailed information on various roses, check out Michigan
or visit Better Homes and Gardens online