Volume 8, Issue 142, June 2015
Flowers look best when they are are displayed in an attractive way.
These flowers in a florist shop are arranged in glass containers on different levels.
The tallest liliums are placed at the back.
The other flowers which include canterbury bells, orchids and peonies are placed with one type in each container at the front
The ends of the stems should be cut on a slant and the lower foliage removed.
Foliage standing under water will pollute the water and the flowers will not last as long.
The glass containers are filled with water preferably with a preservative such as Flourish or a teaspoon of household bleach to help cut down on bacteria.
The vases should be topped up with water every couple of days.
In the Floristry Diploma Course you will learn how to care for flowers, how to create many types of different floral designs with detailed step-by-step instructions including online videos for the practical lessons.
If you have not already enrolled in the Floristry Diploma Course we would love to have you join us.
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"I found it great that the course included the manual and online lessons."
S P, Victoria
"Thank you for all your support and encouragement throughout the course."
J S, Perth
"Flowers can express emotions without any words spoken."
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Become Involved In The Wonderful World Of Floristry.
Learn floral design, floristry and flower arranging as a rewarding career or for your personal enjoyment.
I am sure you will be delighted with the beautiful floral designs you will learn to create with our easy to follow step-by-step lessons.
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Learn how to arrange flowers the professional way.
In this changing world, it is always a good idea to have another skill. Many of our students enrol in the Floristry Correspondence Course to become a florist or to work from home.
We also have students who enrol in the course so they can learn how to create floral designs for their home, family and for friends.
Whether you are interested in the course as a career or for your own personal enjoyment I know how delighted you will be, when you learn how to create many different types of floral designs
You need no previous experience in flower arranging. The Floristry Diploma Correspondence Course is specially designed so a beginner can start creating beautiful flower arrangements right from the very first lesson. Any one already involved in floristry will find the course very valuable in furthering their knowledge.
You will find the course is very informative and includes hundreds of floristry tips and techniques that are used in florist shops today. Once you have learned the basic principles of floristry, you will have this knowledge for a lifetime.
I will work with you personally to help you become all you can be in floristry and floral design.
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I sincerely look forward in welcoming you as a student to our school.
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