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Peach Tulips, Peach Roses & Pumpkin Flower Arrangement



Photo of a Thanksgiving table decoration include a carved pumpkin as a flower base filled with dried autumn leaves, rich red roses, peach colored tulips, peach roses, and other flowers surrounded by shaped, baked breads and rolls on a granite table top. What a fantastic holiday decoration it makes! But be sure to save a pumpkin for this arrangement.


I'll never forget the time a neighbor came knocking on my door looking for a pumpkin just a few weeks after Halloween. It seems that most people purchase their pumpkins for decorative effects for Halloween but quickly discard them, never to be seen again until the next September / October Halloween season. Many decorators have used pumpkins in the past several years for Thanksgiving table vase and plant holders. While we especially enjoy pumpkins in foods (see pumpkin recipes) such as pumpkin soup or a delicious shrimp or squash bisque served in pumpkin shell, they also look really warm and festive as the main table decor.


If you have a really big spread, then use them on your serving stations and guests will really be wowed by the noticeable effect. Tulip colors include lavender,  peach, orange, red, pink, purple white, yellow and bi-colors.


About the photo above: Flower Photos - Peach Tulips & Roses

Peach colored tulips and roses decorate a  Thanksgiving Day Pumpkin Floral Arrangement on a brown granite table that's filled with unique hand-made breads and rolls.

Tulips were once the rarest flower on earth and could command a price of several thousand dollars per stem. Vase life of a tulip is up to seven days, while the open-shell pumpkin usually lasts a little less than that.




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