While Daffodils might look beautiful in a mixed bouquet, the bouquet wouldn't last very long. When Daffodil stems are cut, they emit a kind of latex (known colloquially as "Daffodil slime") that can be harmful to other flowers. Re-cutting the stems of your Daffodils can cause more slime to be released.
Sort fresh flowers by type, and arrange them face down, making sure that none of the blooms are touching. Sandwich the blooms between sheets of paper, which will absorb the flowers’ moisture during the drying process.
There's a difference between shoving flowers into a vase and crafting an artful arrangement. That difference is mostly three things: Knowledge, ambition and a bit of floral foam. Whether you want to practice your florist skills to craft centerpieces for your DIY wedding or maybe just dress the dining room table, here are 10 helpful links that will help you become a pro.