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


“For this study in strawberries, cut just enough foliage for foundation and structure, then add the taller stems of immature alpine fruit and almost-ripe ‘Earliglow’ strawberries. If you can find them, add a few fleetingly pristine strawberry blossoms at the end,” suggests Max Gill, of Max Gill Designs.

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