Spread Out a Little With a Long and Low Arrangement
A long and low arrangement is not an everyday display, but this classic design has its place in a traditional setting or at a formal dinner party. It would also work well on a low coffee table or a boardroom table in an office.
- Excerpted from Fresh Flower Arranging
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Flowers and Foliage
6 'Dauco Corato' dill, or another flowering dill
7 'Aqua' single roses
1 garden viburnum stem (cut down into small sprays with short stems)
7 pink spray roses
6 lady's mantle (cut down into small sprays with short stems)
6 salal stems
Consider substituting trachelium for dill, freesias for spray roses and peonies for single roses.
block of floral foam and single plastic tray
Prepare the Tray and Foam
Place a soaked block of foam on a single tray and bind the two together with two lengths of florist's tape.
Create the Basic Structure
Set the height, length and width of the arrangement with the first few stems of viburnum. Press a stem in at an angle on each side of the foam and position three stems along the top to create a skeleton shape and spine.
Excerpted from Fresh Flower Arranging
© Dorling Kindersley Limited 2011
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