"Flower ball" flower frogs, by Amy Elswick of Clay House Pots, have small holes at the top for cut stems. They're perfect for arranging spring tulips.
"Flower ball" flower frogs, by Amy Elswick of Clay House Pots, have small holes at the top for cut stems. They're perfect for arranging spring tulips. Courtesy of Amy Elswick
"Flower ball" flower frogs, by Amy Elswick of Clay House Pots, have small holes at the top for cut stems. They're perfect for arranging spring tulips. Courtesy of Amy Elswick

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