Go ahead and use a red container with blue and white flowers for your July 4th party. Pictured here are succulent rosettes with blue hydrangea and white lisianthus.
Here is a closeup of the “red” echeveria succulent rosette. You can have certain succulents turn red if you refrain from watering them or keep the in a pot that is too small. Over the short term, you won’t do much damage to the plant an it creates a neat effect.
Here is a very simple idea for July 4th floral decoration. We took about 15 stems of very open white carnations and did a small hand-tied design and secured the stems with a rubber band. Then, we cut the stems very short in order to fit into the short blue pail. Finally, we placed it on a red napkin to create the final “red, white and blue” floral design for our July 4th party!
Happy July 4th! For more ideas from Flower Duet for your 4th of July celebration, head over to our Pinterest board at: pinterest.com/flowerduetla.