Mother’s Day Posie Step-by-Step

The simplest things in life often give most pleasure, and there can be few more natural activities for a child than strolling round your garden, randomly plucking a handful of blooms for a pretty posie. There's a certain nostalgia about a bunch of flowers freshly picked, a stirring of childhood memories of the grandmother whose guest bedroom was always fragrant with sweet peas or lavender. Her spontaneous offerings had a charm missing from today's supermarket and garage forecourt bouquets, and were all the lovelier for their simplicity. And, even if the garden does not yield much choice, at this time of year, the hedgerows are alive with blossom from cherry plum and blackthorn. Step-by-step demonstration of a child’s posie.

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