Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
a new growth from a seed, root-stock, or the like.
to produce new leaves or buds
to grow or develop something
to appear suddenly...
and in large numbers
New growth is really difficult to design with and definitely needs to be conditioned and placed in a water source
Conditioning new growth and sprouts are difficult because the little sprouts have not had time to fully develop its cellular structure to survive being cut and taking up water on...
Komiwara is a classic and traditional Ikebana technique used in a Rikka design. Designers would usually bundle straw to keep the flowers in place.
Multiple tiny twigs create a flower frog to keep the delicate buds and leaves in the exact spot you want.
Wire and fold a flat leaf to create a support to rest flowers on in a flat container
I would definitely describe my own personal style as minimalist classic... but with an edgy twist.
A bundle of twigs armature to create a pretend Spring design for a snowy morning.