I love to use apple branches in arrangements! For this arrangement, I used several handfulls of perennial geraniums and a few apple branches. I arranged them in a flower pot with a glass inside. I started with the apple branches since they are heavy and bulky. Then, I added the geranium in little bunches to fill in the holes. It’s wild, easy, and effortless! Be sure to strip the stems of most of the leaves!
I like that the geraniums have some seed heads and brown bits because that’s just naturally how they are this time of year and it’s nice for a flower arrangement to reflect the season.
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Photo: Chelsea Fuss. Taken at Manor Farm Cottage Flowers with their beautiful clippings.