If you want to change the atmosphere in a home, introduce flowers. They are the finishing touches in an interior that draw the eye, scent the room and gladden the spirit.
This detailed and comprehensive guide explores every aspect of flower arranging, from selecting flowers according to their colour, shape or season, to techniques for preparing and preserving flowers. There are sections on arranging flowers by colour, and a chapter on choosing and creating arrangements to suit different settings and different moods in every room in the house.
- Flowers from the garden and the hedgerow, shop-bought florist blooms, dried flowers, foliage and aromatic herbs - there's something to suit every kind of flower-arranging enthusiast in this extensive volume.
- Inspirational and practical, each section provides a range of different lessons in the art of flower arranging.
- Special features include Plant Glossaries which identify a plant's decorative possibilities, how to use it in an arrangement and the interior context that suits it best.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 09 / 2001
- 220 x 290mm