FLOWER ARRANGEMENT

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FLOWER ARRANGEMENT:

FLOWER ARRANGEMENT Prepared by: Cabida , August Rances , Cris , Lucia

THE BASIC INGREDIENTS:

THE BASIC INGREDIENTS Mechanics - items used to keep the flowers, foliage and stems in place within the container. Example: Floral Foam- used to secure fresh plants. Adhesive clay- secured a frog, pinholder or candle cup Adhesive tape- used to secure floral foam or crumpled chicken wire to the container. Frog- foam anchor Chicken wire- is used for an arrangements of any large number of tall or heavy items.

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6. Glue- used for attaching dried flowers to a container or other plant materials. 7. Pinholder- used to hold thick and heavy stems. 8. Non-setting clay- used for dry and artificial flower. 9. Setting clay- it is used permanently in dry and artificial flower. - it sets solid after a few hours; means, neither the clay or the flowers are reusable. 10. Pebbles and Marbles- used to hold the stems or cut flowers around or flattered glass nuggets.

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EQUIPMENT - a tool or other aid used to ensure that a satisfactory arrangement of the plant material is created within the container. Example: Bucket- used for collecting flowers in the garden. Floral scissors- used for cutting floral foam. Wire cutters- used for heavy cutting works. Paint and Finishes- used on the containers. - to a plants to prevent flowers and seed- heads from shattering. Mister- is an aid to keep the arrangement looking fresh in warm weather. Candle holder- used for holding candles.

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7. Wire- used to support droppings systems. 8. Cocktail stick- used to create whole in floral foam for a soft stems. 9. Craft knife- used for scrapping stems, remov ing leav es and stripping away thorns. 10. Secateurs- used for cutting plant 11. Floral tape- it is used to cover artificial stem made of wire. 12. Watering can- used for topping up water supply in the container or floral foam holding a fresh flower arrangements.

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DIFFERENT TYPES OF FLOWER USED IN FLOWER ARRANGEMENT:

DIFFERENT TYPES OF FLOWER USED IN FLOWER ARRANGEMENT

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Line Flowers Line flowers have tall narrow profiles and are used both vertically and horizontally to establish an arrangement's height and width. They include gladioli, delphiniums, freesias, larkspur and giant snapdragons. Focal Flowers -are the largest and showiest flowers in an arrangement. Roses, peonies, hydrangeas, football chrysanthemums and lilies are some focal flowers.

  Filler Flowers Clusters of individual flowers on a single stem, like babies' breath, statice, wax flowers, limonium and solid aster, provide color and body between the line and focal flowers. :

Filler Flowers Clusters of individual flowers on a single stem, like babies' breath, statice, wax flowers, limonium and solid aster, provide color and body between the line and focal flowers. Textured Flowers -create visual interest. The contrast between a dozen densely frilled variegated carnations and a smooth, sleek, solid colored vase, for example, makes a simple but striking arrangement

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Fragrant Flowers Stargazer lilies, freesia, lilac, stock, some roses and wax flowers all have pleasing fragrances. They add an unexpected and haunting dimension to flower arrangements .

KINDS OF FLOWER ARRANGEMENT:

KINDS OF FLOWER ARRANGEMENT

  Horizontal A horizontal flower arrangement consists of a low arrangement of a single big flower that is flanked on the sides by some drooping flowers or branches. :

Horizontal A horizontal flower arrangement consists of a low arrangement of a single big flower that is flanked on the sides by some drooping flowers or branches.

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Vertical A vertical floral arrangement is tall and dramatic. Long-stemmed flowers such as roses, lilies and sunflowers give the bouquet height. Then a few shorter flowers are integrated to balance out the arrangement .

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have a formal balanced look. A few taller flowers are placed in the middle, while smaller ones radiate from the center at three points. Filler flowers and foliage are then used to fill in the rest of the arrangement. Triangular

Minimal Minimal flower arrangements can give off an elegant and understated look. They usually consist of just one or a few flowers in a smaller vase or a bud vase, depending on the size of the flower. For a dramatic look, choose an exotic bloom like an orchid. Here you can emphasize the form and color of one particular flower, which might get lost in a bigger bouquet. :

Minimal Minimal flower arrangements can give off an elegant and understated look. They usually consist of just one or a few flowers in a smaller vase or a bud vase, depending on the size of the flower. For a dramatic look, choose an exotic bloom like an orchid. Here you can emphasize the form and color of one particular flower, which might get lost in a bigger bouquet.

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Crescent A crescent arrangement takes the shape of a crescent moon. The trick to making a crescent arrangement is to find flowers and foliage whose stems are strong and naturally curve. Gladiolus, ferns and carnations with flexible stems work. Usually a few long and curved flowers make up the tall part of one side of the crescent, where fuller and stockier flowers make up the base.

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Oval Oval flower arrangements are most appropriate for formal gatherings. They consist of a group of larger and taller flowers in the center and then fan out at two sides. As the flowers spread outward, both their size and brightness of color should diminish. An example of this would be using deep purple flowers in the center and then using more lighter and subdued lilacs and whites at the sides.

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