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By Betty Belcher

This informative and inspiring publication is written through an writer with greater than 35 years' adventure. It explores flower arranging as an artwork shape, with designated emphasis on creativity and constructing one's personal sort, whereas no longer neglecting practical makes use of akin to desk settings.

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Protea Split stem ends; dip stem ends in boiling water; tepid water. Prunus (includes FLOWERING PLUM, CHERRY, PEACH) Cut branches with single blooms when one-fourth of blooms are open; cut branches with double blooms when one-half of blooms are open; strip bottom inch of bark; split stem ends; tepid water. Rhododendron Cut while center of truss is still in tight bud; split or crush stem ends; tepid water. Rosa (ROSE) Cut when blooms are one-third to one-half open; split stem ends; tepid water. Salix (includes PUSSY WILLOW) Strip bottom inch of bark; split stem ends; tepid water only if further development is desired.

All too often the appealingly tall, slender container has such a small opening that it is impossible to use. A shallow, oblong or round container; a compote; a tall, slender cylinder all are basic styles and easy to use for the first-time arranger. Baskets are attractive and useful for dried plant material; even fresh plant material may be used in a basket by placing a bowl inside to hold the needleholder or oasis. This will protect the basket from moisture. Containers may be something never intended for that purpose, such as empty wine bottles, flat baking dishes, shallow silver bowls, candlesticks, or candelabra.

In the 1950s some arrangers felt increasingly restricted by the rules and set patterns of the Early 20th-Century American designs, now nearly synonymous with the Traditional designs upon which they were based. While one group of arrangers was content to stay with the period designs, others broke away in another direction. They began to look at other contemporary art forms, seeking new ideas and inspiration. As they explored other arts, arrangers began to see their own medium in a new light. No longer were certain combinations, set patterns, and naturalistic placement a mandate.

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