Right now, you can bring a touch of color into your home and brighten your living space with vibrant vegetable bouquets. These colorful, and healthy, veggie bouquets are great centerpieces for any occasion, even an ordinary day.
A quick trip to the local grocery store should provide you with all the veggies you need to get carving and get creative! Pick up multiple colors of peppers, radishes and more.
Several readers have sent photos of their stunning vegetable bouquets, which are shared below.
Chili Pepper Vegetable Bouquets
Vegetable bouquets created using chili peppers are a popular choice. Two of my readers, Evelyn Formentera and Cindy Rozich, sent me photos of their pretty pepper flowers.
You can learn to carve these bouquets in the Vegetable Fruit Carving 101 course.
“I just want to thank you ever so much for the free classes. I really enjoyed them and have learned so much. It’s so much fun, I love it and you are such an amazing teacher! I will be ordering your 15 week classes soon!”
– Cindy Rozich
You can learn to make these easy and brilliantly colored chili pepper flowers in a free lesson that I show on my blog.
Vegetable Bouquets with Radishes
I received an email from Fenti Le last week with photos of her gorgeous vegetable bouquets that were made for Chinese New Year.
I enjoyed making it . I can make it for hours and hours, it is so much fun. I bought the watermelon radish from a farmer’s market, everyone asked about it since they never seen it before.”
– Fenti Le
You, too, can learn to carved this lovely daisy bouquet in our lessons, “Amazing Carving with Jimmy Zhang“.
Evelyn Formentera also carved a radish bouquet, in addition to the chili pepper bouquet featured earlier in this blog.
Cindy’s radish bouquet is modeled after the example in my free lesson. You can sign up for my free radish bouquet lesson at the top of this page.
Other Vegetable Bouquets
Sakina Mohammed shared these two photos of beautiful vegetable bouquets. The arrangements consist of a variety of carved veggies, some of which she dyed with food coloring.
Thank you to everyone who sent in photos of their vegetable bouquets!