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How to Display Mums

By: Wendy Robbins from myfrenchtwist.com
How to Display Mums
How to Display Mums
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From the blogger: "They’re here. Bright yellow ones and burnt orange ones and crimson red ones, lining the shelves of garden centers and food markets everywhere. Glorious, fall mums just waiting to be bought and replanted in a pot by your front door. But is it really that easy? Just place the plant in a pot, add some fresh soil, and you’ve got a lovely mum vignette? Most likely, you’ll end up with this: a leggy plant in a lovely pot with a sense that’s something’s missing. Here are a few tips to make your mums look impressive!"

Materials List

  • Floral picks
  • Ribbon
  • Indian corn
  • Mums
  • Flower pot

Instructions

  1. Begin with a flower pot containing a fall mum.

  2. Wrap the wire from the floral pick tightly around the corn just below the husk. Then place the pick in the soil in the pot, filling in the “gaps” and empty spaces.

  3. Place a bow in the front, using the same technique with a floral pick, and then add corn and pumpkins to either side.

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