Place the bouquet on the dining table and let the rosehips peep into your champagne glass. Or place it on the mantlepiece in the hallway, and catch its fragrant rose perfume every time you pass by.
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How to make it
Pass on the list of flowers above to your florist and ask them to make up a bouquet for you, or put it together yourself. Choose your largest, most beautiful vase, clean it thoroughly and fill it with water and cut flower food. Cut the stems of the roses to different lengths and arrange them gracefully in the vase. Then decide where you want to use the Phalaenopsis and Lisianthus, cut the stems to the correct length and add them in. Take a few steps back to see if you're happy with overall effect and rearrange if necessary. Fill the remaining space with Eucalyptus populifolia. As a finishing touch, add some rosehip branches.
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