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VEGETATIVE Hand Tie & VEGETATIVE Arrangement

This is a discussion on VEGETATIVE Hand Tie & VEGETATIVE Arrangement within the Floristry Training & Students forums, part of the Public Forums category; Please could anybody supply a few photos of VEGETATIVE Hand Ties & VEGETATIVE Arrangements Many thanks :~)...


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Old 21-10-2007, 12:20 AM
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Post VEGETATIVE Hand Tie & VEGETATIVE Arrangement

Please could anybody supply a few photos of
VEGETATIVE Hand Ties &
VEGETATIVE Arrangements

Many thanks
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Old 21-10-2007, 10:55 AM
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Hi, I don't have a pic but I did see some for sale in Sainsburys, perhaps you could take a look if there is one nearby.
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Old 21-10-2007, 07:14 PM
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Post Thanks - no Sainsbury nearby

Thanks - Next Sainsbury is 30 miles away but i might pull up their florist website....and find some there.....:~)
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Could some explain to me what a vegetative handtied is please.


I have an image in my head of a handtied in a hospital bed, unable to move or talk
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Could some explain to me what a vegetative handtied is please.


I have an image in my head of a handtied in a hospital bed, unable to move or talk
I thought it was just me that didn't know so I was keeping quiet!
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Old 22-10-2007, 12:22 AM
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Post GOOD ANSWER TO Vegetative Arr and H/T

This info just came my way from FLOWERCHAT - very good!!!!
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Vegetative floral designs are inspired by nature and arranged to appear as though a tiny slice of the landscape has been scooped up and gently placed in a container. It refers to the placement of the plant materials, which are placed with one another in a parallel or radial style. Flowers and decorative elements, such as moss, driftwood, stones and twigs and other natural elements are arranged in vertical groups just as they would be found in nature—the perfect way to capture the feeling of a walk in the woods. Check out the photo of one vegetative design in a clear glass rectangular cylinder at: http://www.enjoygardening.com/?cat=14


Try this site for directions for vegetative design:
http://www.flower-arrangement-adviso...rangement.html
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Could some explain to me what a vegetative handtied is please.

I have an image in my head of a handtied in a hospital bed, unable to move or talk

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Old 22-10-2007, 12:24 AM
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Post Please see my answer to ELOISA plus link.....

Please see long answer to ELOISA on this chat......maybe it will help or here again:
Vegetative floral designs are inspired by nature and arranged to appear as though a tiny slice of the landscape has been scooped up and gently placed in a container. It refers to the placement of the plant materials, which are placed with one another in a parallel or radial style. Flowers and decorative elements, such as moss, driftwood, stones and twigs and other natural elements are arranged in vertical groups just as they would be found in nature—the perfect way to capture the feeling of a walk in the woods. Check out the photo of one vegetative design in a clear glass rectangular cylinder at: http://www.enjoygardening.com/?cat=14


Try this site for directions for vegetative design:
http://www.flower-arrangement-adviso...rangement.html
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And Sainsbury's offer bouquets in this style?
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Old 22-10-2007, 02:16 PM
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Post That is my question as well.....

...does SAINSBURY truely offer these "real" vegetative (=vegetive) arrangements..
I will have a look at their web pages when time....:~)
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Old 22-10-2007, 02:19 PM
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Hi, I don't have a pic but I did see some for sale in Sainsburys, perhaps you could take a look if there is one nearby.
Please check out this link and let me know if you have seen THESE in Sainsbury....thanks

This info just came my way from FLOWERCHAT - very good!!!!
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Vegetative floral designs are inspired by nature and arranged to appear as though a tiny slice of the landscape has been scooped up and gently placed in a container. It refers to the placement of the plant materials, which are placed with one another in a parallel or radial style. Flowers and decorative elements, such as moss, driftwood, stones and twigs and other natural elements are arranged in vertical groups just as they would be found in nature—the perfect way to capture the feeling of a walk in the woods. Check out the photo of one vegetative design in a clear glass rectangular cylinder at: http://www.enjoygardening.com/?cat=14


Try this site for directions for vegetative design:
http://www.flower-arrangement-adviso...rangement.html
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