Blooming Plants In a Glass Dome

Tuesday, October 25, 2016




Don’t you just love all the unusual ways people display their plants?

For example, genius floral designer, Anna Potter loves placing her blooming plants and flowers in a glass dome for that rather unique and beautifully serene vibe. So if you fancy making one of those beauties yourself, here is an easy how-to:

Take a handful of fresh moss and cover a small piece of floral foam that has been soaked in water. Then add foliage to create height and to cover some of the foam base and the moss. Use the glass dome to measure that the arrangement will fit inside. Lastly, add flowers, following the lines of the foliage you have created - use taller stems for height, shorter stems nearer the base. Keep it compact too, so it still fits in the dome. Place the glass lid over the top and ta-dah! All ready:)

Isn't it stunning?

P.S: Also, girls with flowers and decaying blooms and this awesome spot in L.A....
P.P.S: The atlas of beauty.

(Photos by India Hobson, how-to by Anna Potter and Rosanne Loffeld via The Green Gallery)

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

It looks mysterious. I love it. Jill

Diana Mieczan said...

Jill :)

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