By Dorothy Foltz-Gray
Playing on Easter's vibrant color scheme, plant tulips and daisies in brightly colored ceramic pots or antique urns to place in a corner of your home, suggests Kristi Witt, an interior designer in San Francisco. Or try a swaying tropical palm surrounded by succulents and pale blue sea glass chips in a straight-sided planter. Another idea: Plant rosemary or lavender with a mix of springtime flowers and variegated ivy. "Think of the spots as a living floral arrangement," says Witt. "And layer the plants by height, color, and texture."
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