Deck the Yard With Creative Winter Designs
Upside-down does it
The base of this arrangement is a ceramic pot turned upside-down, which protects the container for winter and serves as a pedestal for the arrangement, which Scott constructed on a piece of foam attached to plywood. Scott created a "cage" of willow, which is really flexible when fresh and produces an interesting effect with the nest of cones and berries. Norway pine softens the arrangement.
Resources: Tangletown Gardens, 5353 Nicollet Avenue South, Minneapolis (612/822-4769).