The art of composing floral arrangements has been constantly improved since its appearance many centuries ago. Florists make bouquets, guided by the classical canons of harmony, fashion trends and the rules for combining plants with each other. Given them, you will get an elegant, effective composition that will remain fresh for a long time and will delight you with a beautiful play of colors.
PLANTS WHICH ARE COMBINED AND DO NOT COMBINE ANOTHER WITH ANOTHER
Combinations of flowers When choosing a bouquet or composing it yourself, it is worth remembering – not all flowers can be combined. If we talk exclusively about aesthetics, existing canons, then florists do not recommend combining bulbous plants with woody ones (tulips, for example, will not fit roses) and include different flowers with large, catchy buds in the composition. According to classical rules, the bouquet should have one visual center – several large flowers will shift the emphasis, expressiveness will be lost. In avant-garde compositions, the principle can be violated. Continue reading