Flower Arrangements

Edible Arrangements

The challenge for January was to make arrangements with items only found in the produce section of the grocery store. Below are some very creative arrangements.

Daffodil Day Show for Garden Club of Virginia, March 2022

February 2022 – Phoenix

2022 – Art Nouveau

September 2021, Hogarth

May 2021, French Rococo

March 2021, Ikebana

September 2020, Tussie Mussie

January 2020 flower arrangement style – Pillar

January flower arrangement style – Moribana

Blue ribbon                                                           Red ribbon

Yellow ribbon                                 White ribbon

November flower arrangement style – Early Colonial:

Refreshments table arrangement, September 2018

Late Victorian Arrangements:  September 2018

Italian Renaissance Arrangements:  March, 2018

Miniature Arrangement:  January, 2018

November 2017 meeting:

Traditional line mass; all foliage; berries, pinecones, etc. acceptable

Hanging Design – September 2017

January 2017 – Traditional Mass arrangement using only greenery (foliage)  1 blue, 4 red, 2 yellow ribbons

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Flower Arrangements Demonstrations, January, 2017

Traditional Mass using only greenery (foliage)

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Nageire arrangements:

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1 Comment

One thought on “Flower Arrangements

  1. New to the club. This is a nice site which I expect to visit often. Thanks to whomever posts all the beautiful pictures.

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