Floral Art Petrichor is the earthy scent produced when rain falls on dry soil. The word is constructed from Greek petra, meaning “stone”, and īchōr, the fluid that flows in the veins of the gods in Greek mythology.
This arrangement is recommended for corporate meetings.
Several containers along a long table would create beautiful table centerpiece for beach wedding. Placing container next to each other, alternate direction of grass, creating crossing pattern.
Plants: 2-3 bunches of Lily Grass and 1 stem of white dendrobium orchids.
Supplies: ceramic flat dish, hot glue gun or floral adhesive glue.
Glue the flat side of grass blade to the side of a container
Glue the grass to the side and not the bottom
Continue to glue blades of grass next to each other
Loop and secure with glue blades of grass
When the glue is set clean up any spill and blotches
Grass tunnel is ready for flowers
Add a little amount of water and throw blossoms of orchids.
1 thought on “Floral Art – Petrichor”
This is so beautiful I want to cry. I want to be able to decern which designs go with what event and then deliver those ‘feelings’ for my meetings, workshops and retreats.
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