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|Culture & Science - Ecology and Environment|
|Thursday, 09 August 2012 09:30|
All floral arrangements are made following the rules of the art of ikebana, must comply with rules of harmony, and perfect linear path, which are even more important than the flowers themselves.
In ikebana uses three main branches (which means the spiritual substance Shin, Soe is a subordinate element and Nagashi, meaning next road) and four branches to gain depth.
A simple flower arrangement may include a dry honeysuckle branches, placed far from the center of the bracket. Then, add a few stems of Mahonia but of different lengths to achieve a more dynamic.
The ideal is the culmination gerbera, distributing its flowers of colors in a special way: the one with the longest stem is placed in the back half and a stem in the middle of the bracket. Furthermore, it should organize its distribution considering that their colors will be degraded symmetrically, as running down the floral composition. You can add a sprig over Mahonia to add the finishing touch.