Eric would like Morgen to talk a little bit about the way that she balanced the arrangement. How many of each of these plants do you like to use? Morgen feels that's a really good point. A good trick that designers use is to always use an odd number of flowers. So instead of picking up two sunflowers, use three, three, five, seven, nine, odd numbers is just something that happens to be aesthetically pleasing.
By Justin Hancock, Monrovia Horticultural Craftsman
Photographs courtesy of Monrovia
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