John Michler of Michler's Florist, Greenhouses and Garden Design gathered moss, Calamondin oranges, tricolor sage, air plants and roses for a Thanksgiving centerpiece and arranged them on a plank of well-worn wood, making it easy to move. To give the  arrangement some height but still allow dinner guests to talk across the table, he added asparagus fronds and pheasant feathers.
John Michler of Michler's Florist, Greenhouses and Garden Design gathered moss, Calamondin oranges, tricolor sage, air plants and roses for a Thanksgiving centerpiece and arranged them on a plank of well-worn wood, making it easy to move. To give the arrangement some height but still allow dinner guests to talk across the table, he added asparagus fronds and pheasant feathers.
John Michler of Michler's Florist, Greenhouses and Garden Design gathered moss, Calamondin oranges, tricolor sage, air plants and roses for a Thanksgiving centerpiece and arranged them on a plank of well-worn wood, making it easy to move. To give the arrangement some height but still allow dinner guests to talk across the table, he added asparagus fronds and pheasant feathers.

For your holiday table, natural elements can take center stage

November 22, 2013 11:34 PM

UPDATED November 26, 2013 07:11 PM

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