Flower Forms By: Tosha Vaughn

Line: Snap Dragon, Delphinium, Eucalyptus, Gladiolus, Larkspur

-Long Tall and slender, Blooms along the stem, Determines height and width, and Creates the Framework.

Mass: Roses, Daffodil, Freesia, Gerbera Daisy, Celosia

-Single stem, Large round bloom, Adds depth within the framework, and draws emphasis to the focal point.

Form: Dutch Iris, Rubrum Lily, Sunflower, Dahlia, Tuberose

-Distinctive or unusual shape, adds drama and interest, doesnt crowd, individual, most expensive.

Filler: Spring Heather, Baby's breath, Wax-flower, Spray Asther, Peruvian Lily.

-It's job: Fill the gaps!, hides ugly things, creates pattern, adds depth and texture, enhance not distract.


Created with images by chefranden - "Purple Larkspur" • stux - "gladiolus sword flower iridaceae" • nathanmac87 - "Eucalyptus" • Verity Cridland - "Delphiniums" • TimothyJ - "Dragon Snaps." • mayeesherr. - "powerful" • SueKrebs - "gerbera daisy pink daisy" • ThomasWolter - "freesia flower blossom" • LongitudeLatitude - "daffodil" • slgckgc - "Roses" • CCFoodTravel.com - "PB172314" • Alexas_Fotos - "dahlia dahlias autumn" • GalacticBatman - "Sunflower" • instrumaker - "Lilium speciosum clivorum" • OakleyOriginals - "Dutch Iris Bouquet" • Carl E Lewis - "Alstroemeria" • davidshort - "Wax-flower" • TanteTati - "cloves red flower" • ndrwfgg - "heather"

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