Member Floral Designs

With Summer fading into Fall our trees are not changing colors in South Florida, but we can celebrate Fall colors through our floral designs.  Members with skills ranging from beginners to advanced have shared their designs using protea, goldenrod, heather, alstroemerias, leatherleaf fern, Ruscus leaf, trick (green puffball related to carnations), sunflowers, bromeliad flower, croton leaf, mums, and more. Tacca integrifolia, the white batflower, is blooming now and is shown with Balfour variegated aralia and pandanus.

Fall and Holiday Designs 2020

Fall Floral design by Victoria Cabeza using a palm frond as a container
Halloween Design by Sandy Milledge using, protea, heather, golden rod.
Fall Design by Carmen Cason using, sunflowers, leather leaf fern, ruscus leaf, trick, yellow roses, baby's breath.
Pot-et-Fleur by Lucy Reinhardt
Cornucopia by Kitty Winkler and Garlin Lewis using, bromeliad flower, croton leaf, mums, and dried lily pod.
Fall Design by Marlene Riesco
Halloween “Fun with Flowers” Design by Kitty Winkler
Floral Design by Sharon Trbovich

Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.

– Pablo Picasso
Christmas by Kitty Winkler
Boxwood Tree Centerpiece by Judy Mangasarian
Floral Design by Joan Johnson
Welcoming the Chinese New Year by Suzuyo Fox
Floral Design by Suzuyo Fox
Simply Beautiful by Judy Mangasarian
floral design 25 Easter Sandy Milledge
Easter arrangement by Sandy Milledge
floral design 25 Easter Sandy Milledge
Interpretation of Monet Painting by Sandy Milledge
Floral Design by Suzuyo Fox
Centerpiece by May Luncheon Committee
May Luncheon Committee
Fall Design by Carmen Cason
Floral Design by Suzuyo Fox
Batflower blooming, just in time for Halloween with Balfour variegated aralia and pandanus.
Fascinators Workshop with Sherry Jordan and Ana Lam
Luncheon centerpiece by Carmen Cason
Floral Design by Kitty Winkler
Floral Design by Sandy Milledge
Mad hatter by Suzuyo Fox
Floral design by Lucy Reinhardt
Floral design by Sandy Milledge
Floral Design by Carmen Cason using Lilies, Chrysanthemums, ruscus leaf, golden solidago, and asparagus fern.