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Thanksgiving Centerpiece Ideas

Getting excited about Thanksgiving yet?  We are!  When considering setting the perfect Thanksgiving table, think green!  Our suggestion is don’t fuss with cut flowers or artificial pumpkins.  Why not use plants that can be enjoyed later either in your home or planted in the yard?  Here are a few of our favorite Thanksgiving centerpiece ideas:

Pumpkin Punch

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We carved out a fresh pumpkin and planted it with a Croton and Creeping Fig.

 Textured Table

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This versatile and low maintenance centerpiece features a variety of succulents paired with a blooming Bromeliad.  Planted in a low profile pot, this combination provides the perfect color and texture for your thanksgiving piece.

Dog Gone Great

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Not only a great centerpiece idea, but also a great hostess gift.  This basket features fall colors of Crotons, Marigolds and Pomegranates paired with Pothos and a unique dog-shaped ivy topiary.

Heavenly Cabbage

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This vibrant centerpiece includes ornamental cabbage planted with creeping fig.  The berries and red foliage are cut from Heavenly Bamboo (Nandina domestica).

Flocked for the Season

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Why not use a Thanksgiving centerpiece that can transition to Christmas?  This arrangement includes, Snow Ball Hydrangeas, Variegated Ivy, Tapestry Poinsettia and stems cut from a Harry Lauder’s Walking Stick (Corylus avellana) which were sprayed with flocking spray.

Modern Masterpiece

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The clean lines of this arrangement combine a blooming Bromeliad, Plumosa fern and blooming orchid with the stems of a Harry Lauder’s Walking Stick (Corylus avellana).

All of these arrangements were created by the talented Anna Y., Assistant Greenhouse Manager.  Let our experts help you create the perfect arrangement for your home or holiday table this season.