I like having bouquets of fresh cut flowers on the living room table or in the kitchen window.
I not only enjoy seeing the large blossoms of the iris, tulips, or lilies I pick for my bouquets, but I also find myself scanning the yard for small flowers and plants to use as ‘fillers’.
If you find yourself wondering what you can plant in the garden to use with your fresh cut flowers, then take a look at the following list.
Here are 5 tiny plants to fill small spaces in bouquets.
5. Bunny Tails
The fluffy white blooms at the tip of each 20 inch tall stem add fullness to a bouquet.
Being white, these flowers don’t clash with even the most vibrant colored bouquet of flowers;
fresh or dried.
This ornamental grass is drought tolerant and will grow in most types of soil.