Wow, a wintry planting bowl can look like this too!

Christmas roses are stunningly beautiful in themselves. But in this enchantingly pretty container, you can no longer resist them.
Materials
Styrofoam hemisphere; cones; moss; stars; wire; soil; conifer twigs; Christmas roses; ribbon; wire; hot glue.
Method
  1. Glue the cones to the hemisphere.
  2. Fill the gaps created between the cones with moss, so that the Styrofoam is no longer seen.
  3. Glue wire to some stars and cones, so that later you can put them in the finished arrangement.
  1. Fill the hemisphere with soil and plant the Christmas roses.
  2. Now you can put conifers as well as the stars and cones with wire into the soil.
  3. Make a nice bow, put wire on it and stick it into the arrangement as well.
Tip
Christmas roses should be in the open air, so this decoration is intended for outside. As they need a little water sometimes - except during frost - and this can leak out, this bowl should be placed on a base if the floor is delicate. In this case, however, make sure that no water accumulates in the base. Because Christmas roses do not like waterlogging.
Suggestion
Conifers, beautiful winter greenery and much more can be found on our online portal for personal use FleuropHOME.

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