Flower Arranging

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Malcolm Hillier
Reader's Digest Association, 1990 - Crafts & Hobbies - 240 pages
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Describes a variety of fresh and dried flowers, leaves, seed heads, and fruits that can be used in floral arrangements, discusses principles of design, and demonstrates basic arranging, drying, and preserving techniques

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ok, I don't *actually* arrange flowers very often but the pictures are pretty! LOL I do find this book very helpful in identifying dried flowers. Sometimes I want to purchase a small bunch of flowers ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
6
FRESH FLOWERS DRIED FLOWERS
132
CHAPTER FIVE
144
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Malcolm Hillier's lifelong passion for entertaining through flowers and cooking is evident through his many books including Flowers: The Book of Floral Design, Christmas, and DK Living: Entertaining. Mr. Hillier owns a flower shop in London and divides his time between his homes in London and on the Caribbean island of Saba.

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