Looking for a fresh way to showoff your springtime blooms? Take your lead from Lueca Floral’s Conner Nesbit and begin with balls.
To uniquely capture the beauty of springtime’s blooms, you need a plan of action. Fortunately, as Leuca Floral’s Conner Nesbit proves, it’s as easy as getting some balls—glass balls, that is. Located in Logan, this creative floral designer used individual, water-filled glass balls and arranged them in a bowl with stems of tulips and lysianthus. Editor Brad Mee loved the look so much that he went on the hunt for these glass orbs and found a big selection at Ward & Child—The Garden Store in SLC. There, he discovered creative displays that inspired even more uses for these unique containers. How will you use yours?
Get a bowl, a really big bowl. Then, gather a bunch of glass orbs, fill them with water and your favorite springtime flowers. Next, stage the flower-filled balls in the bowl. Finally, sit back and enjoy your baller DIY floral display.
Looking for a little color in your life. These glass balls, starting at $22 each, are available in colors as well as clear.
If sweets are more your thing than flowers, these small glass balls make great candy dispensers as well. M&Ms anyone?
Stemmed versions of these glass balls will give your arrangements a literal lift.
Ward & Child—The Garden Store, 678 S 700 East, SLC, 801-595-6622.
See more inside the Spring 2017 issue.