Easter Baskets Filled With Spring Flowers
To turn any basket into a vessel for cut flowers, sink a vase or a Mason jar at the bottom and surround it with scrunched up newspapers to keep the vase from tipping.
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If you’re using a teapot as a planting vessel, water lightly since the container has no drainage holes.
To set up the plant for success, make sure the container has drainage holes before adding potting soil and your favorite spring plant.
Treat potted flowers inside as long-lasting bouquets, rather than as houseplants, since they’ll need more sun long-term than most indoor environments offer. Enjoy the blooms and then bring the pots out into the garden or move them to areas where they’ll receive more sunshine.