How to make arrangements using herbs and spring flowers that are perfect for the Passover or Easter table.
We've put together a lot of Easter content on the site. If you haven't had a chance to read all of it, here's a compilation:
Our flower columnist, Mint and Marigold, shows us how to make flower crowns out of lily-of-the-valley and lillies. Perfect for Easter or a spring wedding!
These natural little Easter baskets are quick and easy to make, and you might find you already have all the needed materials on hand.
The base is a basic peat pot, the handle is bark-covered wire, and the “Easter grass” is just sphagnum moss, all easily found at your local garden or craft store.
How to make your own Easter tree, with hanging eggs from spring branches. Plus: Our tip for how to invisibly attach the hanging thread to each egg.
Where I grew up, the Easter tree was almost as important as the Christmas tree. Well, almost. But I still can’t survive an Easter without one. My mom has carefully saved our homemade blown and dyed eggs over the years, so that when I visit for Easter I’m sure to find some of the same old eggs hanging on her flowering forsythia branches.
Using herbs and plants as stencils, you can dye Easter eggs with beautiful botanical patterns. Here's our step-by-step guide.