grand groupings

Texturally diverse clusters of fresh flowers command attention.

Especially for low, compact arrangements, flowers gathered into groups have dramatic impact. Here, clusters of Hydrangeas, roses, callas and statice are assembled in a mounded formation, and each colorful group attracts visual attention. This technique also simplifies the design process because like materials are bound together and arranged into the foam in single insertions. ■

 


MATERIALS: Hydrangeas, roses, callas, statice (Limonium) and salal leaves from Fresca Farms; Lipton Dish Garden from Napco; Oasis® Waterproof Tape from Smithers-Oasis; Artesia® Floral Foam from FloraCraft®.

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