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  • 1. Floral Design 1 Flowers: Chrysanthemums Term: Disbud
  • 2. Mums
    • Full Size – Disbuds
      • Large Flower
    • Spray size – long laterals
      • Medium Flower
    • Micro or minis – short laterals
      • Small Flower
  • 3. Pompon or Cushion Pomp
    • Genus: Chrysanthemum
    • Spray mum with no button in the center
    • Availability: year-round,
    • Color: white, yellow, lavender, purple, bronze, and burgundy
    • Flower form consists of solid ray florets. Stems often have long laterals. This flower is known for its longevity and durability.
    • Medium mass flower: Round form adds mass to any style of design. Flower is extremely versatile.
    • Longevity: weeks 2-3 long lasting
    • Sold by bunch, $3.00
  • 4. Daisy Pompon
    • Genus: Chrysanthemum
    • Spray mum with a button in the center
    • Availability: commercial product: year-round, many cultivars
    • Color: white, yellow, bronze, burgundy, and lavender
    • Flower form is the same for all daisy pomps with the center colors varying by cultivar. Stems often have long laterals.
    • Medium mass flower: Round form adds mass to any style of design. Flower is extremely versatile.
    • Longevity: weeks 2-3 long lasting
    • Sold by bunch (10)
    • $5.00 per bunch
  • 5. Spider Pomp
    • Genus: Chrysanthemum
    • Spray mum with long petals
    • Availability: year-round
    • Color: white, yellow
    • Flower form consists of tubular ray florets. Plant is favored for its durability and longevity.
    • Small filler or mass flower.
    • Longevity: weeks 1-3 long lasting
    • Sold by bunch (10)
    • $7.00/bunch
  • 6. Button Pomp
    • Genus: Chrysanthemum
    • Small cushion type mum
      • green ones are “Kermits”
    • Availability: year-round
    • Color: yellow, white, and green
    • Flower form has a “button” appearance, and is favored for its longevity and durability.
    • Small mass flower: Round form adds mass. Long, lateral stems can be used individually. Material is useful for paveing or pillowing design techniques.
    • Longevity: weeks 2-3 long lasting
    • Sold by bunch (10)
    • $ 6.00
  • 7. Micro Pomp
    • Genus: Chrysanthemum
    • Similar to daisy pomp but smaller
    • Availability: year-round,
    • Color: yellow, white, pinks
    • Most micro-pomps have a flower form typically smaller than other Chrysanthemum listings in book. Different colors are available, some with varying center colors.
    • Small filler or mass flower. Short, lateral stem length adapts this pomp to filler and mass applications.
    • Longevity: weeks 1-3 long lasting
    • Sold by bunch
  • 8. Football or Incurve Mum
    • Availability: year-round
    • Color: white, yellow, pink
    • Flower form is classified as an intermediate incurve mum.
    • A disbud mum.
    • Large mass flower: Round form adds mass, and is a good candidate for use in traditional line-mass designs.
    • Longevity: weeks 2-3 long lasting
    • Sold by stem for very large flowers or bunch 10 for smaller.
    • $1-2 per stem
  • 9. Spider or Fuji Mum
    • Availability: year-round, many cultivars
    • Color: white, yellow, green
    • 4-5” flowerhead form is produced by many fine to coarse ray florets on a single stem. This is a disbud mum.
    • Large mass flower: Unique “spider” form adds mass and interest; and is useful in traditional line mass designs.
    • Longevity: weeks 2-3 long lasting
    • Sold by bunch or stem depending on size
    • $1-2 per stem
  • 10. Red Rover
    • Availability: July-November
    • Color: red tipped yellow
    • Flower contains yellow tips and is available as a single stem.
    • Medium mass flower: Round form is a good choice for line-mass designs
    • A nice choice for autumnal arrangements in combination with other members of the Chrysanthemum genus.
    • Longevity: weeks 1-3 long lasting
    • Sold by bunch (10)
    • $7.00 per bunch
  • 11. Disbud
    • to remove buds or shoots from a plant so that the remaining ones will be larger and stronger
  • 12. History of Design
    • Ancient Civilizations
      • Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine
    • The Renaissance
    • Baroque & Dutch-Flemish Style
    • English Georgian
    • Victorian
    • Oriental
    • Early American & Colonial
    • Modern
      • Art Nouveau, Art Deco, & Contemporary
  • 13. Poster
    • Sample design – drawn or cut and pasted
    • Bullets
      • Containers
      • Flowers
      • Style
      • Accessories or other
  • 14. Tropical Arrangements Use large tropical flowers like ginger & heliconia Use folded ti leaves Modern shapes like triangular and vertical Container usually not seen Ceramic or crystal used occasionally Ferns give a tropical feel
  • 15. History of Design
    • Ancient Civilizations
      • Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine
    • The Renaissance
    • Baroque & Dutch-Flemish Style
    • English Georgian
    • Victorian
    • Oriental
    • Early American & Colonial
    • Modern
      • Art Nouveau, Art Deco, & Contemporary
  • 16. Ancient
  • 17. The Renaissance
  • 18. Baroque
    • Rise of Middle class allowed for flowers in everyday situations
    • Either Symmetrical or Asymmetrical
    • Massed
    • Very ornate
  • 19. Georgian Flower Design
    • Fragrant flowers were important
    • Small bouquets used to ward off bad odors
      • Tussy-Mussy
      • Nosegay
    • Formal and symmetrical
    • Lots of flower varieties
    • Wedgwood containers
  • 20. Victorian Flower Design
    • Tight masses of flowers
    • Two or three tiered arrangements
    • Fruits and vegetables included
    • Dried flowers or flowers pressed between glass pieces
  • 21. Oriental
  • 22. American
    • Early American
      • flowers from gardens, wheat & grains
      • Simple household containers
    • Colonial
      • Fruit used with flowers
      • Rounded & symmetrical bouquets
      • Fresh & dried used together
      • Local & imported containers
  • 23. Modern