The Book of Fresh Flowers

The Book of Fresh Flowers

A Complete Guide to Selecting and Arranging

Book - 1988
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Filled with hundreds of breathtaking arrangements for many indoor settings and special occasions. "The Book of Fresh Flowers" is a celebration of the beauty of flowers, foliage, and fruits and an inspiration to anyone interested in arranging fresh flowers.

Malcolm Hillier, coauthor of the best-selling "Book of Dried Flowers," once again delights the eye with his stunning and imaginative arrangements. He shares many of the secrets of his success and reveals some tricks of the trade. As Hillier explains the principles and techniques essential to aesthetic, natural-looking floral arrangements, he guides you step by step toward making your own fresh flower creations.

Lavishly illustrated throughout. "The Book of Fresh Flowers" highlights the glorious abundance and diversity of plant materials available -- whether store-bought or homegrown -- in an extensive, season-by-season photographic guide to the flowers and foliage that lend themselves well to use in arrangements. Using some of the plant materials illustrated, Malcolm Hillier reveals the widely differing styles of arrangement that can be employed during every season and emph

Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster, 1988
ISBN: 9780671666675
Characteristics: 256 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm


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