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Using photo as a guide, trim tulips to two different lengths that will work for your trunk— you’ll need longer stems for back of trunk and shorter ones for front. Tip: Keep leaf portions of stems to use as filler.
Glue foam bricks into trunk.
Cover foam bricks with moss, using floral pins to secure.
Starting with back 1/3 of container, insert longer stems into foam as desired. Tip: To achieve a more natural look, stagger flowers as shown. Avoid evenly spacing.
Working toward front of container, insert shorter stems into foam as desired. When all stems have been placed, adjust heights as necessary for desired look.
Fill in empty spaces with blossom sprays and reserved leaf portions.