SPRING BOUQUET FROM “A” TO “Z”
How to choose a spring bouquet in the store and how to make it yourself? In order to answer these questions you need to have an idea
about the flowers that grow at this time of year;
about what color scheme corresponds to it;
about the styles and accessories that florists use to create spring compositions;
about what zest can be added to the spring bouquet so that it plays with all the colors.
About all this with details and in order in our article.
WHAT GARDEN AND FIELD FLOWERS SPRING IN SPRING?
In this section, we will talk about “cultivated” flowers that traditionally bloom in gardens in the spring. Continue reading
What bouquets are best given in winter
Winter with its cold weather, snow-covered trees and lawns is no reason to refuse bouquets with fresh flowers. On the contrary, they should be given to oneself and others more often in order to maintain vivacity and good mood, when it is cold outside, it gets dark early. Modern floristic technologies have developed so much that at any time of the year you can buy exotic and off-season plants, but nature “takes its own” and not all flowers tolerate frosts, transportation. To make the bouquet look spectacular, keep freshness for a long time and delight in winter, you need to choose the right plants for it and know how to care for them.
FLOWERS AND GREEN SUITABLE FOR WINTER
Flowers in winter For winter bouquets, it is recommended to select flowers that are resistant to cold. In order for the composition to stand longer, you should abandon freesias, irises, Continue reading
Live gift: instructions for use
So, they gave you a flower in a pot. Such a romantic present is undoubtedly pleasant, because the one who presented it to you is clearly not opposed to you often recalling it. But what if your knowledge of floriculture is limited to understanding the need for regular watering of a houseplant?
Flowers in a pot – a worthy alternative to a bouquet
“Feel the soil” and provide peace
The main rule for dealing with a newly arrived green guest is to provide him with as much peace as possible. Do not rush to put a flower by the window: hold it in the back of the room for a week or two, so that it adapts to new conditions. After that, do not place it immediately under bright sunlight and just in case, move it a little away from other plants, if any, for the first couple of weeks on the windowsill: let the rookie get used to the neighbors first at a distance. Continue reading