Sunflowers Are awesome, magnificent flowers to utilize in summer and fall floral bouquets. They are readily available at the period of the year and are cheap. As a gentleman, and maybe a house gardener, one can develop this flower as long as the blossoms are processed and hardened properly. There’s a really strong tendency towards”garden blossom designs”, kind of a natural blossom patch and wildflower look.
Sunflowers The annual sunflower (Helianthus annuus) is the blossom most people envision when they think about a sunflower. If you don’t utilize your sunflowers as new flowers, hang them upside down and dry them and use them on your blossom fall arrangements. In your garden, they can be cut until the blossoms die off and dried within a couple of weeks. For design jobs, it’s important to leave a sufficient amount of stalk.
Sunflowers are Beautiful in a tall vase, combined with your favorite greens, maybe a small boxwood and eucalyptus. Statice, waxflower aster, and salal leaves may also accent your container of sunflowers. Because sunflowers are large and showy, and because they are hearty with thick stalks that stand up in a vase, and that is the reason they are ideal for this kind of arrangement.
Some varieties of Sunflowers have one enormous head or blossom. Other large-headed varieties/ have a few considerably smaller heads that form on branches. Some varieties have several heads. Miniature sunflowers make fresh blossoms also. Talk to your clients. Make ideas. Educate your clients to try new and different kinds of flowers and foliage. It’ll make your task as a designer once you can utilize new and exotic flora. They’ll be thankful for your distinctive ideas. You are the professional; that is the reason why you are trusted by them to get their floral needs.
Just A fact sunflowers have a special property called heliotropism, which means that as it develops, the sunflower turns its own face/flower head, to sunlight through the day. In the morning, the bud of the sunflower faces east to catch the rays of sunlight and through the night, the blossom is facing west to capture the last sun as the sunsets.