For someone who claims not to have a green thumb, Fox 43 Morning News’ Amy Lutz got the hang of floral arranging pretty quickly.
“How do you know where to put them?” she asked Barry Spengler, Royer’s vice president of operations, as he handed her cut carnations, daisies and roses.
“Well, that’s the beauty of it,” Barry said. “There is no right or wrong to it.”
Barry returned to Fox 43 to talk about Royer’s fifth annual “Stems Hunger” food drive to benefit the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank and the Greater Berks Food Bank. A Royer’s Kids Club event will help to kick off the food drive, which runs June 20-27.
Children ages 5 to 12 will get to do what Lutz did: make a floral arrangement in an empty food can.
She wasn’t entirely satisfied with her work, but Barry insisted that once she placed a flower in the can, she had to leave it.
“What if it doesn’t fit right?” she said.
“It looks wonderful,” he said. “It’s in the eye of the beholder.”
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