Roundup: More Daffodil Bouquets

Roundup: More Daffodil Bouquets

Laure Joliet
Apr 2, 2009

Daffodils are popping up everywhere and when Trader Joes has them for sale a a $1.99 a bunch you know we're gonna stock up. Faith even showed us some her favorite arrangements earlier this week. We often go with a simple bouquet that just involves snipping off a bit of the stem and throwing them in a pretty vase. But as with all things there are a lot of ways to incorporate these spring blossoms into your home. So start filling your home with springtime life and fresh cut (affordable) flowers and jump below for some of our favorite daffodil arrangements around the web:

Mixed with poppies on one of our favorite collumns over on Design Sponge, Weeder's Digest.

Faith mixes hers with other springtime flowers

These Cream Colored Daffodils would be beautiful mixed in with the bright yellow variety. From a rockridge life.

Mixing our favorite tulips with daffodils is simple and fun. From Chrisser.

Can't actually tell if these are, in fact, daffodils, but love the idea of filling unusal containers to the brim with full daffodils. These are from MIchelle Workman who posted a great tutorial on arranging flowers.

This spring bouquet incorporates hardier greens like eucalyptus along with springtime narcissus. From Eden Projects.

And from Martha this tight bouquets intended for a bride but just as beautiful in a vase. (Mix daffodils with yellow ranunculus and narcissus for the look on the left.) And check out Martha's guide to caring for daffodils right here.

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