Flower Arranging: A Complete Guide to Creative Floral Arrangements

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Southwater, 2000 - Gardening - 256 pages
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Flower Arranging is a complete guide to creating innovative flower designs for any occasion or setting. Talented floral designer, Fiona Barnett, has pushed back the boundaries of flower arranging and demonstrates the effective mix of color, form and technique with startling results.

Divided into three sections -- Fresh Flowers, Dried Flowers, and Flowers for Special Occasions -- there are over 150 sumptuous projects using every kind of flower, foliage or natural decoration available. The projects range from the simple and restrained to the flamboyant and innovative. From evocative displays of roses, to exotic pot pourri and bridesmaids' posies, the designs are fresh and contemporary and the suggestions for alternative combinations appear endless.

Each design is clearly laid out with recipe lists of the ingredients and step-by-step photographs of the techniques used. All the projects are highly accessible to beginners, but the range of inspiring ideas and new flower combinations will challenge even the most experienced flower designer.

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Fiona Barnett is a young flower designer who has shot to fame as a result of her spectacular floral designs. She learnt her skills working with top floral decorators and now runs her own thriving business, Manic Botanic.

Debbie Patterson is a Winnipeg actor, playwright, composer, and musician. She studied acting at the National Theatre School of Canada, is a founding member of Shakespeare in the Ruins, and the former Artistic Director of the Popular Theatre Alliance of Manitoba. Her other plays include two one&#ndash; woman shows: "Pandora’ s Squeezebox: a sex love power pleasure cabaret", and "Wide Open Beaver: Uncut Canadian Content", as well as "Candy From a Baby", which won Best of the Fest at the 2006 Winnipeg Fringe. She lives in Winnipeg with her fabulous family: partner Arne MacPherson and their two children Gislina and Solmund.

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