Rittners School Of Floral Design
In Boston Presents....
Topiary Tree #3
Notice how in this design greater impact is given to our dried materials by
presenting them in very distinctive clusters. .
As in the other designs, the plastic rod that supports the upper section of the topiary is surrounded by the stems that were cut off of the dried materials. These have been bound together very visibly. Raffia, and/or ribbon can work well in this context. Notice very tiny bows.
Although sheet moss covers the mechanics on the base of the design a light layer of spanish moss is also placed there as well giving greater visual interest.
Check Out The Following Topiaries....
Down below are many other examples of topiaries....
We hope that you really enjoyed these brief floral design lessons. At
Rittners School of Floral Design
in Boston we provide floral design instruction that includes a wide range of different styles and techniques. Please come and take one of our hands-on workshop programs!!
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