A Tropical Centerpiece

Liza Lubell, founder of Brooklyn-based Peartree Flowers created this stunning tropical centerpiece while on location for a wedding in Maui. For this lush island look Liza combined local Hawaiian flowers with familiar flowers like ranunculuses and garden roses, while indigenous plants like the unique orange cone-shaped ginger and vines clipped from the forest added a local element. As a result, the centerpiece incorporated a Hawaiian influence, but maintained a loose and organic look. Additional centerpieces incorporated different citrus tones. “It’s fun to use a palette that ranges from yellows to orange to incorporate some colors that are in the more mellow range and some that are brighter,” says Liza.

Ginger Cone Arrangement

Photo: Liza Lubell

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