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Updated: 2020-03-08 17:54

This summer I have been taking many trips to the LA Flower Mart to pick out fresh blooms for our Flower Friday posts. This place is absolutely spectacular and filled from top to bottom with colorful flowers and plants. If you haven’;t been there yet, you’;ll surely want to add it to your Downtown LA Travel Guide.

Now that we’;ve shared many ways you can use your flowers (make rose and eucalyptus scrub, a corsageaccent pillow case baby floor, and even yarn bombing them), we are going to look at which flowers to keep your eyes out for this season. Crafting with flowers that are in season can definitely help save you some mula too. Let’;s start with beautiful roses…;

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Keep your eyes out for some of the most beautiful roses you ever did see around late summer and early fall. There are an array of colors to choose from now.

Next stop on the list: Hydrangeas and Gladiolus. These flowers can make a big statement even on their own. Fill a vase with tall Gladiolus, and use a vase of Hydrangeas as your table centerpiece.

Get your hands on Calla Lilies, Sunflowers, and Safflowers before the summer is over. Sunflowers are my favorite and are still in season through the fall.

Bring soft colors into your home with Lisianthus and Calcynia.

Zinnia’;s have been looking especially gorgeous at the LA Flower Mart this year. Their colors are like paintings, which is why they were my first choice for yarn bombing.

Dahlias can add a dramatic effect to your most basic bouquet. Pick a few to add to an inexpensive bouquet to give it a boost. You can see how we used Dahlias in the Mother’;s Day Bouquet and May Day Bouquets.

A few other blooms to keep your eye out for this season are:Sea HollyGerbera DaisiesQueen Anne’;s LaceIrisYarrow

This simple project is not new, but it’s so easy and incredibly practical. It’s a great way to corral plastic grocery bags to re-purpose for other uses. Quick to make, this bag saver uses an elastic technique that eliminates the tedious process of creating a casing and drawstring.

It is my passion to recycle things. whatever possible. So before and after is the contest ,which is very close to my soul, I am thankful to INSTRUCT ABLE, to consider recycling as contest. Thanks to organizer again.

Today’s contributor is Kim from The Sew Spot. All posts written by Kim for Make It and Love It can be found HERE.