Designing with Flowers, Fruits and Vegetables

Fruit adds a great textural dimension to the flowers; they can be used to add interest to containers and/or they can be added in the arrangement.

Jamie Bosworth

Jamie Bosworth

Jamie Bosworth

Jamie Bosworth

A wreath covered with flowers sits on the rim of a compote, filled with scrumptious summer fruits.

Jamie Bosworth

Jamie Bosworth

Joni Shimabukuro

Joni Shimabukuro

Joni Shimabukuro

Joni Shimabukuro

Two lemon arches give this bright centerpiece a new dimension.

Joni Shimabukuro

Joni Shimabukuro

To add some height to this spiraling centerpiece, it was placed on  top of an upside down vase, filled with oranges. Sheer luck to find a vase with blue spirals, which mimicked the design of the flower arrangement.

Joni Shimabukuro

Joni Shimabukuro

Mount Burns

Mount Burns

Cranberries and small lady apples are perfect fruits to fill small vases.

Joni Shimabukuro

Joni Shimabukuro

Tom Hassler

Tom Hassler

This bright orange lily topiary ‘grows’ out of a mixture of small fruits and vegetables.

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