Bouquet recipe: serve up sunshine with spring flowers

A colourful celebration with ranunculus, hyacinth and daffodil
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Before the calendar has even reached the new season, spring flowers like ranunculus, hyacinth and daffodil are already peeping around the corner. Bring the sunshine indoors with a colourful bouquet bursting with spring flowers. Can you feel the rays on your skin? 

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What you need:

Now you’ve collected all your fresh flowers from the florist, it’s time to arrange the bouquet. But first… the vase! With such an explosion of colour, the vase doesn’t need very much else. A tall, cylindrical vase is contemporary, puts the spotlight on the flowers and offers enough room for the large number of stems. If you’re not sure how to arrange a bouquet yourself, leave it to your local florist and watch over the counter. You’re bound to learn something for next time! 

Typical spring colours

Close your eyes and draw the season of spring. Which colours do you use? To really capture the feeling of spring in a vase, it’s a good idea to use colours like orange, blue, purple and white. Can you taste the Easter holidays approaching? The first rays of sunshine in your skin? And Easter eggs? 

Be inspired by spring

Spring inspires us to get outside and get stuck in. Check out the beauty of the ultimate on trend colour, create an early bird bouquet for the larks around you, start the spring cleaning, and be enchanted by the most adorable flower children