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  • 1. Floral Design I Flower of the Day: Alstroemeria Word of the Day: Inflorescence
  • 2. Alstroemeria Peruvian Lily
    • Genus Name: Alstroemeria
    • Available year round
    • Colors: White, yellow, pink & purple usually striped and freckled
    • Long-lasting, attractive, ethylene sensitive
    • Form flower, topiary standard
    • Lasts 12-15 days
    • Sold by bunch (10),
    • $7.00
  • 3. Inflorescence
    • An arrangement of more than one flower on a stem
    • Many different types
  • 4. Types of Flowers
    • Simple
      • Single flower on a stem
    • Composite
      • Multiple tiny flowers on a single receptacle
    • Complete/Perfect
      • Has both male & female parts
    • Incomplete
      • Has male only
      • Has female only
  • 5. Simple flowers
    • Single flower on a single stem
    • Each flower has one reproductive unit
    • Male, female, or both
    • Rose, Tulip
  • 6. Composite Flowers
    • Sunflowers, daisies
    • Made up of multiple tiny flowers on a single receptacle
    • Rays
    • Discs
  • 7. Complete
    • Tulips
    • Daffodils
  • 8. Incomplete
    • Pistillate - Female
    • Staminate - Male
  • 9. Dissect flowers
    • Carnation
    • Alstroemeria
    • Daisy
  • 10. Budvase
    • Today you will make a budvase to take home
    • Watch the movie
    • You may use 3 roses
    • You must tie a bow!
    • When you are finished – photograph your arrangement.
  • 11. Sample Design Reports
    • Sample
    • Upload to your folder
    • You will need prices from your notebook
    • Complete tomorrow
  • 12. Budvase subscribers
    • 19 teachers have a weekly subscription for a budvase
    • We try to do these every Wednesday
    • They pay $15/mo, so the cost of the flowers must be less than $3.75.
    • Pick a name from the board, put your initials by it
    • Make a budvase for them and deliver it
    • Questions about teachers – see FD2 students