Lopsided in just the right way, these oversized, delightful melon-shaped vases can be grouped as a pair to hold tall flowers and branches, placed individually on tabletops, or clustered as a transparent accent.
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Create a simple spring mantel display by placing plant sprigs in pretty vases and bottles. Various glass bottles with one sprig of greenery or tiny flowers. I especially love the bleeding hearts and lily's of the valley in early spring.
The simplest, most beautiful floral trend: rooting plants in water. All you have to do is snip a plant at the base of a leaf and place it in fresh spring water in a glass vase. I imagine this doesn't work for every kind of plant.
Glass vases are filled with dry pinto beans and different succulents such as mini cactus and echeveria. For a little more color fresh open roses clustered around the base of pillar candles in terra cotta holders.
Gather an assortment of cylindrical vases in various sizes and large leaves in a variety of textures and color striations. Put a little bit of water in the vases and tuck the leaves inside for a natural display that has a modern twist.