Poinsettia Christmas table design by Simon Lycett – Twisted Christmas

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I hope you had a lovely weekend…

I had a wonderful time on Saturday attending two floristry courses, which I’ll be blogging about shortly.  And yesterday, we made the most of the beautiful autumnal weather and went for a stroll.

Today’s blog post features the fourth Poinsettia Christmas table design from the recent International Poinsettia Press Party which I attended.

And it’s the turn of London-based florist Simon Lycett with his creation, ‘Twisted Christmas’.

Simon turned Christmas on its head with a striking, tongue in cheek Christmas ‘Tree’.  He used Poinsettias in varying colours together with neon green, yellow and orange crackers, plus baubles.

It certainly was a very colourful creation, with a twisted festive feel.

Here are some more images…

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Simon also created this beautiful Christmas wreath using Poinsettias, Gloriosa Lily, Skimmia, Viburnum Berries, cinnamon sticks and satsumas.

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I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing these Poinsettia designs.  If you’re interested in finding out more about Simon, you may like to read an interview which I did with him last November.

And for his up-to-date news, he’s on Twitter, where he often tweets with images of his floral creations, plus flowers and foliage at New Covent Garden Flower Market in London.

(Images : Rona Wheeldon for Flowerona)

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