FLOWER ARRANGING FOR JUNIORS by Virginia Stone Marshall

FLOWER ARRANGING FOR JUNIORS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In spite of its decorous tone, and rather childish references to fairy tales as suitable arrangement nomenclature, this little manual has the virtue of clarity and sound artistic principles that should inspire any flower fancier who can stomach the text. First, we are introduced to the idea behind it all- placing flowers by a plan. Basic plans follow- the triangle, the crescent, the upright, the Hogarth curve. And suggestions for miniatures, year around blooms, and flower shows are just a few of the other valuable chapter.

Pub Date: April 13th, 1954
Publisher: Little, Brown