Photography: Marion Brenner1 of 12
A china vase holds 'Ben Huston,' 'Old Gold,' 'Anries' Orange,' 'Prince Noir,' and 'Jomanda' dahlias.
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This delicate tabletop arrangement featuring orange tulips and pussy willow will be a great addition to any dinner party.
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Teeming with an assortment of brightly hued blooms, this lush, festive arrangement makes an ideal centerpiece for a Mexican-style fiesta or Cinco de Mayo. These dramatic, almost explosive colors are sure to make your guests feel as if they're dining on the beaches of Cancun or at the Mazatlan carnival.
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Muscari Latifolium and Ranunculus Arrangement
Here, brilliant violet Muscari latifolium and tight blooms of peach ranunculus get a boost in a lush, dense display.
Photography: Lisa Hubbard5 of 12
Orange Roses and Calla Lilies
This arrangement of orange calla lilies and roses is held in place thanks to a coiled grapevine. To get the look, soak a piece of grapevine from your yard (or a small wreath, available at craft stores) in water overnight, until pliable. Rinse and unravel -- you can make two or three frogs if using a wreath. Reshape a vine; place it in the bottom of the vase. Anchor flower stems amid the coils.
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Photography: Marion Brenner6 of 12
Flower Bucket Arrangement
This casual floral display features a freshly cut assortment of pink 'Emory Paul' and 'Andries' Orange' dahlias and giant zinnias.
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Simple Dahlia Arrangement
For this elegant centerpiece, we snipped a single peach dahlia bloom and set it in a pressed-glass sugar bowl, but any color dahlia would work beautifully. When setting a flower upon the rim of a cup or small bowl, be sure to leave an inch or so of stem attached so the bloom can continue to drink.
Photography: VICTORIA PEARSON8 of 12
Martha bunched long-stemmed trailing nasturtiums in bright oranges and yellows, then placed them in a Japanese bowl and surrounded them with love in a puff (Cardiospermum halicacabum) for this arrangement.
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This lavish arrangement is the perfect fall centerpiece with its helpings of pomegranates, red viburnum berries, orange tulips, roses, and ranunculus served up with a bronze-green magnolia-leaf wreath.
Photography: SIMON WATSON10 of 12
In this arrangement, orange is the star, and white is the costar. Gerbera daisies are top-heavy, so here Kevin Sharkey used floral tape to make a grid across the top of the vase to keep them in place. Each opening holds a few stems.
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Fall branch arrangements are a simple and effective way to bring the colorful fruits and leaves of autumn into the home.
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Chrysanthemums come in different shapes and sizes and in virtually every color, which allows you to create an unique and vast variety of arrangements. Here, we used a mixture of red, yellow, and orange, the perfect color combination for fall.