- Use what nature provides - Why not trim some branches, in addition to berries and flowers from right on your property. Use pine cones, grasses, anything that can add a little texture.
- Take an informal approach - It will save time and allow you to be creative as well. Allow your arrangements to be more whimsical, and perhaps even slightly wild. This will make for great conversation pieces. Don't overthink it.
- Use color - Try to use color in a way that isn't studied or contrite and layer them in ways your guests may not expect. It's all about what you have. If it's there, use it - and how perfectly imperfect it will be!
Hey there all of you Garden of Eden fans out there and welcome to our latest edition of "Tip of the Week," where we provide all of you some tips and tricks to keep your indoor flowers and outdoor gardens looking spectacular all the year through! Today's tip will teach you about working some Thanksgiving floral magic. We hope you enjoy! Can you believe Thanksgiving is just a week (and a day) away? We hardly can. Therefore, with a little time on your hands, if you happen to be hosting this year, here are a few tips we'd like to offer you so can spice up dinner with some decorative magic: