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Floral Design

Cindy Johnson

Definitions pertaining to floral design.

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4.Visually locate the center axis of the arrangement. If each side of the central axis is equal size and shape.
6.The 3-dimensional shape of the outline of a floral design.
8.Determined by both the surface quality and the structure or placement of the plant parts in the design.
9.Red-Orange, Red-Violet, Blue-Violet, Blue-Green, Yellow-Green, Yellow-Orange.
10.An immaginary central line running through the center of a floral arrangement.
11.Related, orderly organization of the design elements to create a dominant visual pathway.
15.The period of time after cutting flowers that they can be held and still look good.
16.The 2-dimensional term for form.
21.Rules and guidelines to help a floral designer create a beautiful composition.
25.Chemicals which are added to water to increase the vase life of fresh cut flowers.
28.Became the pattern for early American floral arrangement.
29.In floral design means that one design element or characteristic is more prevalent or noticeable and other elements are subordinate to the main feature.
30.Similar to a wreath but it is not made into a circular design.
31.The physical or visual stability of a floral design.
32.A part of proportion, dealing with relative size only among things, not shapes.
1.Describes the American version of the Victorian Design Sytle.
2.The visual movements between two points within a design. 4 types - Vertical, Horizontal, Curvilinear, and Diagonal.
3.Describes adding green foliage to a floral design.
4.Black is added to a hue.
5.During the 1920's, a small bouquet for a woman to wear, became a popular form of floral expression.
6.The art of organizing the design elements inherent in plant materials, container, and accessories according to the principles of design.
7.Visually ties the entire arrangement together.
12.The name of a color, refers to the pure color without adding white or black.
13.White is added to a hue.
14.Determined by the physical characteristics of the plant materials.
17.Red, Yellow, and Blue.
18.If the two sides are not equal, it is informal and has its roots in Japanese and Chinese flower arranging.
19.Hues directly opposite each other, one primary the other secondary, on the color wheel.
20.Also called special form flower, are flowers with distinctive shapes such as alstroemerias, freesia, iris, orchids, open roses, and most tropical flowers such as bird of paradise, anthuriums, and proteas.
22.The pleasing relationship in size and shape among objects or parts of objects.
23.Hues next to each other on the color wheel.
24.Green (yellow-blue), Violet (blue-red), and Orange (red-yellow).
25."Fillers" are small flowers that are used to add texture, color, and depth as well as fill space between the mass and line flowers in a floral design.
26.Each flower has a specific meaning and an exact location in the arrangement.
27.The physical characteristics of the plant materials that a designer uses in a floral design.

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