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Floral Classes by appointment

Floral Design classes by appointment

Call to make your appointment to learn floral techniques and styles of design.

Class size: 2 students
daytime-evening-some weekends

Payment by pay pal invoice
with any credit card, check or cash


Class topics:

Consumer Bunch of Flowers
3 hours training
includes flowers, container & handouts

Tropical or succulents
2.5 hours training
includes plants & containers

Spring/Summer Door Design
3 hours training
all silk & dried materials included

Flowers to carry/Weddings
6 hours training
2 sizes & styles

Flowers to wear/Weddings
8 hours training
ring, necklace, wrist & pin on

Holiday table design
St. Pat’s Easter Mothers Day
Memorial Day 4th of July
4 hours training
fresh and permanent materials

Hand tied table garlands
4 hours training
fresh foliages & flowers

Have a topic that's not listed you are interested in learning more about....Contact me for pricing and set your appointment for 2!


I am looking forward to meeting you in the classroom and sharing my floral passion and knowledge with you!! I love to learn new things....Hope you do too!!

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Christina Burton-Fox AIFD
floral artist & instructor


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Jun 5, 2017 

National Rose Month
June is National Rose Month, so promoting these beautiful blooms all month long is a must! Create signage and displays emphasizing roses, and while you’re at it, be sure your rose care standards are up to snuff.
• Purchase only roses that have a firm feel, turgid stems and healthy green foliage.
• Sterilize all containers, cutting tools and cutting areas with a professional antibacterial cleaner before processing roses.
• Unpack roses immediately, inspect them for damage or problems, and start processing them right away. 
• Remove any foliage and thorn tips that will be under water in the storage containers. Remove only the foliage that will fall below the water line because the leaves are beneficial to the flowers. Don’t nick, scrape or puncture the “bark” of the stem.
• Using only clean, sharp knives or cutters, remove at least 1 inch from the stem ends. If you use an underwater cutter, change the water frequently. 
• Dip or place stem ends into a hydration solution; then place them into sterile containers partially filled with cool, properly proportioned flower-food solution.
• Place roses into a floral cooler at 33 F to 35 F, with at least 85 percent to 90 percent humidity, for at least two hours before selling or arranging them. This will allow them to hydrate properly. Continue to store/display roses in a floral cooler to slow aging. Change the vase water and recut rose stems every other day.
Christina Burton-Fox AIFD floral artist & instructor

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