White is always a wonderful colour to use in flower arrangements. It is probably mostly associated with summer. It is surprising how many white flowers you can find at this time of year.
In a very large white, vintage bowl I planted white cyclamen, white heather and a green and white variegated ivy.
It is not a practical long term solution as the bowl has no drainage holes.
A short term pure pleasure for the table!
I will later plant them in an outdoor container and the arrangement will, if it stays mild, last for a few months in the garden.
The grey-green leaves of the cyclamens, with their silver markings, are beautiful. A stunning contrast to the snow-white flowers and the reddish-brown stems.