Joanna Gaines' cut flower arrangements provide 'divine' spring vase inspiration

The designer's floral pairings housed in rustic vessels are the perfect recipe for an indoor spring display

Joanna Gaines cut flowers
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We're all envious of Joanna Gaines' spring flower garden, where the Fixer Upper star grows beautiful blooms to turn into stunning floral arrangements.

In a new video shared on Instagram, Joanna shows us the cut flower designs she has created straight from her own garden on her farm in Texas. Experts say Joanna's blooms are the epitome of a perfect indoor spring floral display.

'Dreamy, romantic floral perfection are the words that come to mind when I look at Joanna Gaines’s stunning display of cut flowers from her garden,' says Rachel Bull, Head of Gardens at Homes & Gardens

The interior designer's video shows off a multitude of spring containers with a range of pink and white blooms. 'As someone who has spent a lot of time arranging flowers for weddings and events over the past six years, I know incredible blooms when I see them,' says Rachel.

Perfect floral pairings

Joanna has excellently paired together springtime favorites, including ranunculus, tulips and anemones.

'The perfect pink ranunculus with their seemingly endless layers or ruffled petals are divine and contrast effortlessly with the white anemones, sporting their sleek black centers in a perfect display of monochromatic style,' says Rachel.

She notes that Joanna hasn't only chosen blooms for color, but also for shape and structure.

'The dominant, focal flowers are contrasted by delicate stems of spirea blossom, which Joanna cites as 'bridal wreath' variety,' says Rachel. 'I think it is the prettiest early-spring blossom. It has gently arching stems which inconspicuously hover over the larger blooms providing a canopy of gentle texture.'

Purple tulips with curved stems in glass vase on round, wooden table

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'The pink tulips are also arching over in the vases, which I feel adds even more natural movement to the display as a whole. These flowers will continue to grow towards the light once cut, so if you know how to care for tulips in a vase it's simple to achieve this look,' Rachel adds.

Keen cut flower growers should also take note of the vases Joanna has used - a selection of different white ceramic containers with a rustic feel. 'This adds to the charm of the display as a whole and is a wonderful example of how choosing the right vase to suit your cut flowers can elevate a display,' says Rachel.

Rachel Bull head of gardens
Rachel Bull

Rachel is a gardening editor, flower grower and floral designer. Her journalism career began on Country Living magazine, sparking a love of container gardening and wild planting. After more than a decade writing for and editing a range of consumer, business and special interest titles, Rachel became editor of floral art magazine The Flower Arranger. She then trained and worked as a floral designer and stylist in London for six years, before joining the Homes & Gardens team. 

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Tenielle Jordison
News Writer (Gardens)

Tenielle is a News Writer in the Gardens team at Homes & Gardens with five years of journalistic experience. She studied BA Journalism, Media and English Literature and MA Magazine Journalism at Cardiff University. Before coming to Homes & Gardens, Tenielle was in the editorial department at the Royal Horticultural Society and worked on The Garden magazine. She is passionate about sustainable living and likes to encourage gardeners to make greener choices to help tackle the effects of climate change with a trowel in hand. Tenielle is also a houseplant lover who is slowly running out of room for her ever-growing collection.