For the Love of Quince DIY

As you know, I love to incorporate fruit into my arrangements. Quince is a fruit that is not extraordinarily common in the United States, but was very common for me growing up in Iran, and I love using it today in some wonderful Persian dishes. This unripened quince is the star, but it is bolstered by the lovely colors of the ranunculus and garden roses. Some Queen Anne's lace adds texture and completes the piece. tulipina.com / Kiana Underwood

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Choose a cylinder container (here I have used a marble utensil container) and begin by placing the quince branches inside, allowing them to rest naturally in the vase tulipina.com / Kiana Underwood

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Add the Queen Anne's lace tulipina.com / Kiana Underwood

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Continue with the garden roses tulipina.com / Kiana Underwood

Finally, add the ranunculus - which lends little bursts of color throughout the arrangement tulipina.com / Kiana Underwood

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Credits

Styling and design by Kiana Underwood Photography by N. Underwood