The color orange, emblematic of foliage and pumpkins, is an omnipresent player in fall floral designs around the country. Scotts Flowers is no exception.
But at the New York City flower shop, designers like to use the hue in unexpected ways, eschewing the predictable pairings of red and yellow. This month in Floral Management, company president Rob Palliser shares two high-profit arrangements that capture the shade’s soothing side (when mixed with blue, sage and gray), as well as its more vivacious spirit (drawn out with hot pink and lime). Read more.