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Although you could do more of a Monet in pave—swirls of flowers. There are different approaches. I’ve sent cigar boxes filled with pave bark, roses, and stones, all tied up like a box of chocolates. Drive your flowers straight down into the foam, creating whatever pattern you choose. Surround the edges of the design with moss, or pitt and galax leaves. You can frame the whole thing in neatly with lengths of bamboo or river cane for a nice, finished look. You can even run a few pieces of sticks through the design to separate the rows like you’re farming.
Once the carrot top is in place, add greens on your lower deck, going in across the neck of the vase, upper deck, at about a forty-five-degree angle, and penthouse, straight up in the air. You’ll be regreening after your flowers are all in, so it doesn’t need to be perfect—it’s mostly mechanical. Here’s the simple formula: start with the queen in your poker hand, your showiest flower. Place those in the upper deck as your focal point. In mixed design, the focal point is in the upper deck, right there at eye level facing the audience.
Classic dozen roses vased 6–5–1 One of the reasons you can never make a dozen roses from the grocery store look good, even after messing around with them for hours, is that you’re sticking all of the stems straight down into the vase where they can’t really move. Flowers dropped straight down into a vase look rigid and stiff, as if they’re connected to the table. There’s only so much space in the neck of the vase for the stems to occupy; they have nowhere to go when they’re plopped in that way.