This flower arrangement with mixed flowers is suitable for a table centrepiece.
This design features pink ranunculus, pale pink and deep pink helleborus (also known as winter roses) mauve freesias, waxflower and velvety grey-green lambs ears foliage.
A wide low container has been filled three quarters the way with water
To help hold the stems sit in the desired position a square piece of chicken has been cut to about twice the size of the top of the container. The chicken wire has been bent into a domed shape across the centre top and the sides are inserted into the top of the container.
The stems are inserted between the holes of the chicken wire.
The foliage has been placed around the edges to extend downwards and then some placed in the centre.
The helleborus have been placed around the edges of the arrangement.
The ranunculus have been placed along the centre.
The helleborus have been placed in the top , then the freesias and the waxflower has been added to give it a light finished touch.
This design is briefly described – in the Floristry Course each practical lesson is explained in detail with instructions and step-by-step videos showing you how long to cut the stems and where to position them.
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