Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Create a support for your floral details by wedging the cut flower stem across the opening of the vase.
Tape a grid to create a barely there scattered grass display for a cooling summer display.
Twirl the fern into a wreath so that it can remain hydrated.
Craft the softest layer of wisteria flowers that neatly float on water.
Prevent a leaf from ripping or bruising when positioning it in your design.
I use perlite to root my cuttings... and to support flower stems in an upright position in designs without using floral foam.
Willow cutting left in water will root and sprout... perfect for a all natural flower frog to admire as is or to keep long stem flowers upright.
Tiny stems are often also delicate stems... place your cut flowers directly in a small glass of water. A perfect fit for this basket.
A last lean towards winter as the snow melts and the Spring flowers starts to make an appearance.