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Celebrity floral designer Michael Gaffney is now showing the hottest trends in floral design. Whether you are designing an arrangement for your home or wedding, it is important to have the proper nutrients to help your plants and designs grow. The LA School of Flower Design has been providing some of these techniques to build your very own ultimate floral arrangement. See the video on KTLA5 News. Also make sure to check out the LA School of Flower Design to increase your designing skills and expertise.
Jim Johnson of the Antique Rose Emporium is telling some of the most secretive tips on how to create a long lasting floral arrangements with old garden roses:
1. Cut roses during the coolest part of the day
2. Keep the fresh-cut roses in the bucket for at least one hour
3. Re-cut the stems on a slant as you arrange them
To see more tips, visit Chron, Houston’s News Source
The spring has started and you may be eager to start your vegetable garden with fresh colorful plants. One thing you should remember is some local garden centers around might not have a popular spring flower, Impatiens Walleriana.
A lot of new vegetables are getting a lot of traction this season, including beans. Make sure to check your local gardening center for your spring time planting needs. Also learn what is and isn’t in season Cleveland.com
Flowers for weddings serve for two purposes: aesthetics and decorative elements. For your wedding, it is very important to know which types of flowers are in style for your wedding.
Spring: Apple blossom, cherry blossom, daffodil, dogwood
Summer: Aster, calla lilly, dahlia, daisy, geranium
Fall: Aster, chrysanthemum, dahlia, marigold, zinnia
Winter: Baby’s breath, bachelor button, carnation, delphinium, gardenia, ivy
To see more flowers by season for your wedding, see the article on Che’ne Rouge Weddings