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  • 1. Floral Design Flower: Queen Anne’s Lace Term: Floriculture
  • 2. Queen Anne’s Lace
    • Genus: Ammi
    • Available: Year round
    • Color: white
    • Form is similar to dill and to wild carrot
    • Large filler flower. Airy flower heads work well in mass arrangements
    • Longevity: days 3-5
    • Sold by bunch, $7
  • 3. Floriculture
    • Literally: The growing of flowers.
    • International multibillion dollar industry based on flowering plants and foliages
      • Cut flowers - Indoor plants
      • Bedding Flowers - Foliages
    • Different from the nursery industry
      • supports landscape plants
  • 4. Cut Flowers
    • Flowers that are grown specifically for the floral design industry
    • Must have the following characteristics:
      • Long vase life 3 or more days
        • – Not – Iris or Daylily
      • Long stems – support them selves in a vase or foam
        • – Not – Petunia or impatiens
  • 5. Cut flowers you can grow
    • From Seed
    • Zinnia
    • Sunflowers
    • Coneflowers
    • Dahlias
    • Cosmos
    • Sweet Peas
    • From Bulb
    • Tulips
    • Hyacinths
    • Daffodils
    • Anemone
    • Gladiolus
  • 6. Flower Review
  • 7. Name this flower
  • 8. Name this flower
  • 9. Name this flower
  • 10. Name this flower

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