WHAT ARE POPULAR STYLES OF FLORISTRY?
– Ikebana Ikebana is a style of floral design that originated in Japan. Most well known for its simplicity of line and form. Contrary to the idea of floral arrangement as a collection of multicolored arrangement of blooms, Ikebana often emphasizes other areas of the plant, such as its stems and leaves, and draws emphasis towards shape, line, form. – English Garden English Garden style is traditionally an English form of floral design. Stems are placed in a radial fashion and feature abundant use of seasonal flowers and foliages. These designs are often done as low, tufted mounds, or taller vase arrangements that are all-sided (360), and incorporate garden flowers like roses, delphinium and peonies. – High Style High Style is a catch-all term to describe contemporary, linear designs that highlights unique forms of both individual floral materials and of the designs themselves. Arrangements generally feature negative space and incorporate asymmetric placement of materials. The style stan