This year, I was struck with how many different ways the floral designers used ti leaves.
From the very classic use of them as a base and structure, as in this arrangement by Don Storrs:
To an amazingly intricate creation of a buffalo, entirely out of black to leaves, by Nicole Richardson:
The variety is endless, and they are very versatile.
I used them to represent the robes of women watching from the top of the house:
Below, the ti leaves are used to mimic fabric, on this arrangement by Deanna Beachler and Tracy Krznarich:
And in this arrangement created by Lisa Allen, the ti leaves are rolled to create a sense of movement: