How to Tie a Flower Arrangement
Tying an arrangement skillfully can make the difference between a sophisticated bouquet and a floppy bunch of flowers. Even store-bought blooms gain elegance by being unwrapped, rearranged and re-tied.
- Excerpted from Fresh Flower Arranging
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Trim the Components
Pull the reef knot tight so it is secure and then trim the ends of the seagrass and the flower and foliage stems so they look neat.
Excerpted from Fresh Flower Arranging
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