Rittners School Of Floral Design
In Boston Presents....
Topiary Tree #6
From Topiary Tree six through Topiary Tree thirteen we get involved with
topiary trees stylized using live materials rather than dried ones.
Live topiaries add a wonderful fresh presence that only live flowers can provide.
In this topiary we are utilizing carnations, miniature carnations, button poms and statice.
In stark contrast to the dried topiaries discussed earlier, our rod connecting the top and bottom sections of the design is simply left exposed.
A few flowers are placed into the bottom section of the design, providing visual flow from the base to the top.
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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