Spring has definitely sprung and our snowdrops are in full bloom!
And they are magnificent. Snowdrops remind me not only of spring, but of my mom.
She always use to bring them inside and create flower arrangements on the table. Using a variety of layered dishes, a clear glass frog topped the works, holding the delicate stems just so.
These cute little booms are so short lived, and since I’m indoors more than out, I thought I’d enjoy them inside for a spell, even if they don’t last very long.
I dug out a vintage mixmaster from my junk archives (thanks Bec!) and set to work.
This will be a difficult tutorial, so please make sure you pay attention to every. single. detail.
3. Add moss to cover soil.
4. Enjoy your instant live centrepiece.
I really did like the snowdrops strewn about like this, but once they got over the shock of the move, they stood right up indoors. They’re pretty that way too!
I nearly didn’t blog about this because I thought it was too simple. But I was reminded by another to show my simple anyway.
( snowdrop pin HERE )
I mean… look how popular my toilet paper became.
Do you enjoy real snowdrops indoors?
How do you arrange them?