21 best plants for DIY Valentine's bouquets

Create beautifully untamed bouquets using finds from the wild or your own backyard

Photo by Thomas J. Story


Pro flower arranger Max Gill, of Max Gill Design, advises, "On a magenta clematis (C. ‘Madame Julie Correvon’), trim the longest stems of the lower leaves, place them into the vase, and let them spill down to the counter. Tuck in shorter stems, which twine together for support. Add cut flowers and buds last.”

More: All about clematis


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