Bring spring's bounty and color inside with a fresh and fun daffodil centerpiece.
- Four to five tete-a-tete daffodil plants, about 3 inches tall
- Round serving dish (about 14-in. diameter and 3-in deep)
- Rye grass seed
- Potting soil
- Choose one daffodil plant for the center of the container. The other plants will provide additional blooms to add later.
- Place that plant in the center of your container and fill container with potting soil. Hint: Leaving the plant in its plastic flowerpot makes it easy to swap out the plant if its blooms aren’t all opened the day of your party.
- Add grass seed to the soil. Within a week, it will germinate and grow a couple of inches; it will continue to grow and fill in the area around the plant. If the grass becomes too long, trim it with scissors.
- Before displaying Daffodil Centerpiece, cut blooms from the extra plants. Insert a toothpick into the stem and place the blossoms in the grass as desired. These cut blooms will stay fresh for a couple of days.