A footed bowl with candles arrangement features hydrangea, callicarpia, also known as beautyberry, pyracantha, cypress, and hemlock.
"This is one of my favorite color combinations, purple and orange. I sometimes plant this color combination together," Robinson said.
She has filled an antique gardening tool tote with pinecones, pyracantha, magnolia pods, rosehips, goldenrod, nandina shrub, gourds, candles, pomegranate slices she dried the year before, and birch tree stumps that her husband sawed from trimmings given to her by a neighbor.
"I basically just tucked in these things I found. A lot of the items are things I picked up on a walk with Max, my dog," Robinson said.
She has filled a vintage pottery urn with wild aster, hydrangea, bittersweet, nandina shrub, goldenrod, ferns, crab apples and mums.
"I love the monochromatic look, then I add gold and orange to make the arrangement pop," Robinson said.
"The point is, you have a lot of this in your own yard. Which you can do yourself or call me and I can do it for you," she said.
Robinson's business has a Facebook page and she can be reached at 304-444-9517 or jul...@suddenlink.net.
Reach Judy E. Hamilton at judy.hamil...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-1230.