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Tutorial: Baroque Spring Centerpiece

This centerpiece, filled with Hydrangea, Garden Roses, Butterfly Ranunculus and other flowers, gives us a with a real sense of awe! The contrasting colors and the grandeur makes this a baroque-looking still life. Be inspired by this video tutorial, follow the steps below and create this baroque spring centerpiece.

Time: 20 – 25 minutes | Difficulty: average (***)


  • Secateurs
  • Knife
  • Oval container
  • 2 x Floral foam


  • 5 x Hydrangea Rodeo Purple
  • 5 x Rose Copperfield (VIP Roses – Sassen B.V.)
  • 2 x Ranunculus Butterfly Ariadne
  • 5 x Eryngium Supernova
  • 4 x Eucalyptus Parvifolia
  • 2 x Strelitzia Leaf
  • 5 x Brunia Albiflora
  • 6 x Clematis Amazing London

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Steps for making this Baroque Spring Centerpiece:

  1. Soak the floral foam blocks.
  2. Push the floral foam blocks into the container. Cut the foam into shape and fill up the gaps with the pieces you have left.
  3. Start by putting in the Strelitzia Leafs, one at each side.
  4. Now add the Eucalyptus, two branches on each side.
  5. Add the Hydrangeas. Leave an empty spot at the front, in the middle. Over there, you add the Brunias. Group them. Make sure you keep some empty space for the Roses.
  6. After this, you add the Eryngium, Clematis, and the Butterfly Ranunculus to the design. Keep the stems a bit longer than the other flowers, so they will stick out and create volume. Carefully push them in between the Hydrangeas into the foam.
  7. At last, you add the Dutch Garden Roses.
  8. Your baroque spring centerpiece is ready for use! Enjoy!
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