4 Easy DIY Summer Florals


Need some fresh summer decor? Look no further than the Hidden Garden! Here are 4 summer floral arrangements for gardeners, hobby florists, the DIY spirited, and fresh flower fanatics alike! Create your own DIY bouquet with 4 flower options or less! Curated by expert, Amy Marella, she shares her floral recipes to help you create confident (and professional looking) arrangements; all from home!


1. Peony Perfection

Tips for this arrangement: try and create this arrangement ASAP- peony season is already almost over! If you can't find any peonies, try for a larger rose bloom or a few beautiful dahlias!

  • Gunni eucalyptus
  • peonies
  • tulips
  • snapdragons


2. Coral Vibes

Tips for this arrangement: this arrangement is created to be coral based but feel free to create it with other colors, such as light purple, orange, or any other fun summery look! For a similar look to ours, add in some dusty miller as well!

  • Gunni eucalyptus
  • coral colored peonies
  • Pink Floyd Roses
  • Helleborus



3. Queensland Double

Tips for this arrangement: If you can't find the Queensland Double varietal, simply replace it with another tulip that brings you joy. If Clematis isn't available either, any greenery will work (such as gunni eucalyptus, fallen magnolia leaves from a neighbors tree, or simply using the leaves on the hydrangea!

  • Mini green hydrangea
  • tulips
  • saga roses
  • clematis vines (greenery)



4. Sunflower Vibes

Tips for this arrangement: our sunflowers are a little early, so if they're not available in your area yet, use another yellow flower, such as: roses, baptisia, or dahlias!

  • light blue hydrangea
  • sunflowers
  • Italian ruscus (greenery)
  • yellow spray roses


All images used are from Amy Marella's online education, the Bloom Academy. Click HERE to learn more about how you can learn to create professional floral arrangements, all in the comfort of your home! Beginners, experts and everyone in between are welcome to join our online community! Enjoy!
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