Tutorial: Wild Bouquet with Painted Asparagus

What a wild bouquet! The wild look is achieved by using orange painted Asparagus, Oncidium and Dianthus Spray Cato. This colorful bouquet looks great in a lobby, hallway or just at your own table. It fits anywhere and matches with every style. Visit our webshop to order these great, quality flowers and follow the steps below to create this wild bouquet with painted Asparagus.

Time needed: 15 minutes.

Difficulty: easy (***)

Steps For Making This Wild Bouquet with Painted Asparagus

  1. Creating your bouquet

    Tie this bouquet in your hand. Start with a Chaenomeles Japonica branch and slowly add the flowers. Add the Dianthus Spray Cato, Asparagus Feather Painted Orange, Alstroemeria Party, Oncidium, and the Gardenia Peonies. Make sure to spread the flowers nicely for a nice result.

  2. Cutting the flowers

    Use a secateurs to cut the stems of the flowers at the desired length. Use a rope to tie the stems tightly together. We used orange rope for a nice contrast with the painted Asparagus.

  3. Enjoy!

    Your wild bouquet with painted Asparagus is now ready! Enjoy!

Materials

  • Knife
  • Secateurs
  • Scissors
  • Rope

Flowers

  • 10 x Oncidium
  • 5 x Alstroemeria Party
  • 7 x Chaenomeles Japonica
  • 15 x Dianthus Spray Cato
  • 10 x Paeonia Gardenia
  • 10 x Asparagus Feather Painted Orange
Bouquet with painted Asparagus