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Floral Design

Transcript: Legal Fees: 2,000 Permits: 2,200 Equipment: 10,000 Supplies: 6,000 Insurance: 4,000 Advertising: 2,500 Salaries:22, 670 Utilities: 1,000 Rental Fees: 1,750 Total: 52,120, average a year Strengths: Our florists will make sure the arrangments are what you want We are careful in our pickings of flowers for your arrangment Weakness: May take a while, order needs to be placed a week in advanced Antique Heather Owners: 65,000 Associate : 50,000 Bookkeeper:58,000 Tax Staff (seasonal): 43,000 administrative staff: 22,670 It will be a Sole Proprietorship Service to others New Independent Business 9am - 4pm Business Purpose is to make and sell flowers for any type of occasion 5 Florists, each florists will make and sell arrangements 22,670$ for yearly salary 2 part time delivery people, 8$ an hour plus paid gas Single flowers to Massive floral arrangements My business is personal and we are sure to meet any and all of your needs We will personally create your arangment with every little detail carefully craeated Other companies make arrangements, but dont personally think about what they are creating My Business owner Manager and Assistant Manager Florists x5 Delivery People x2 Floral Design Hannah Poynor Personnel Plan Antique Heather vs. Others Off of Eldorado right before Stonebridge In McKinney, Not busy area other buildings attached Target Customer: Any age, Anybody Since everyone is in my target market, I will make sure I have all types of arrangements with different colors to suit all different tastes Direct competition: Grocery stores who personally make floral arrangements Indirect: Business who make food arrangements such as Edible Arrangements Marketing

Floral Design

Transcript: Repoting- Young plants should be repotted every two years then repot until you reach the size that you want the plant to be. Spacing, young plants are usually two or three in a container, but after a year you should repot them into different containers This plant is toxic when consume in large quantities, the sap (which is in every part of the plant) can cause blisters, skin rashes, nausea/ vomiting, diarrhea, and burning on mouth. Something to remember Propagation- take the cutting and dip in to root hormone before inserting in a half and half mix of sand and peat moss. They will root in about a month. CARE A croton leaf that has parasites on it This plant is susceptible to spider mites, fungus gnats, mealy bugs, caterpillars, scale insects, shore flies, white flies and thrips. Aurora Dagen 7th period SOIL- humus rich soil is the best kind for this plant Temperature- keep the plant at 60 to 80 F. Keep plant away for extreme temperature changes such as cold drafts in the winter Watering- Water regularly keep soil moist but well drained, and water less during the winter. Under watering will lead your leaves drooping Over watering will lead to your leaves wilting. Fertilizer the plant once every two weeks with liquid house plant fertilizer. You do not have to fertilize during the winter. Sunlight- this plant requires direct sunlight to give the leaves with bright colors. but do not leave the plant where it will get the mid day heat. This plant does not do well with extreme temperature change. Trimming- cut the plant back during the spring and you can propagate the trimmings make a soap solution using a mild detergent and spray it on the bug infested area. Do not use this spray on young and tender plants simply soak a wash cloth in solution and clean the infested areas. Heavy should be treated with house plant insecticide. Croton Illnesses WARNING Do not move plant much, It goes into shock easily, or it starts to lose it's leaves. Do not get rid of plant. Water it regularly (keep soil moist but well drained) Keep humidity high either by misting daily or a putting it in a tray of pebbles and water. When you get your Croton Occasional Maintenance Constant Plant Care This plant may seem hard to grow, but if you care for it well by providing for all of it's needs then you will have a plant for a long time.

Floral Design

Transcript: Job Duties Although formal education is not necessary to become a florist, many colleges, community colleges, schools and universities in the United States and Canada provide Floral Design and Floriculture diplomas, and certificates or degree programs. These programs can be highly recommended as they also offer some classes in flower and plant identification and also floral design concepts/techniques. Bachelors degree: 4-5 years degree in Fine Arts degree in Botany degree in Business Education needed Retirement Plans For some self-employed people (such as an Interier designer and a Florist), you can get what is called a Simplified Employee Pension (SEP). Contribute as much as 25% of your net earnings from self-employment (not including contributions for yourself), up to $53,000 for 2015. Grow or order flowers from wholesalers to ensure an adequate supply that meets the customers needs Determine the type of arrangement desired, the occasion, date, time, and location Any recommended flowers or greenery for each arrangement Consider the customer's budget when making recommendations/arrangements Answer telephones, take orders, wrap arrangements I chose this career because I have always admired the flower arrangements and the work my mom had done for many people and friends, my brother and I would always help her cut and arrange the flowers as she wanted. And I also chose this job because I love flowers, especially Lavender and Lilies. The majority of florists work regular, full-time hours, which can vary depending on the location of a particular store. Florists may also have to work evenings and weekends as hours dictate, and they may have to work these hours in order to prepare floral arrangements for funerals, weddings, parties and other occasions. Florists also have to work Christmas, Valentine’s Day, and Mother’s Day, because these are the busiest days for florists. Florists that are self-employed may work extended hours, as they might have additional jobs to perform outside of work hours, including visiting floral markets very early in the morning. Vacations Daily life Promotions for florists is somewhat limited. As some positions of head floral designer, shop manager or owning one’s own floral shop are basically the only opportunities for advancement in this field. Pursuing formal design training and certification, gaining experience and demonstrating one’s creativity and ambition are the best ways to advance as a florist. Promotions Why did i choose this Career? Hourly rate: $10.19-$16.89 Overtime: $1.47-$22.99 Bonus: $0.00-$515 Total Pay per year: $21,446-$36,782 Floral Design Salary For florists they are mostly self-employed so they get to pick their vacations, but for florists who are in a company/industry their boss gets to choose their vacation.

History of Floral Design Template

Transcript: By Amanda Vignau & Paola Sanchez Floral Design History of Classical Periods Classical Periods Egyptian Period 2800-28 B.C Egyptian Period Cut flowers were ued as decorations Flowers were important in life events religous ceremonies decorative purposes personal adornment Favored containers wide mouth vases Pictures Greek Period 600-46 B.C Greek Period Flowers & Petals were scattered on the ground during festivals Flowers were used to make wreaths, garlands, and chaplets During this period cornucopia was introduced Pictures Wreaths, garlands were heavy Fragrant flowers had bright colors Baskets of mixed flowers introduced w/ roses anemones tulips dianthus Roman Period 28 B.C- 325 Roman Period Pictures Mosaic is common Symmetrical, cone shaped trees filled with foilage to represent conical trees Garlands were constructed with narrow bands of lfowers or fruit alternating with foilage Byzantine Period 320-600 Byzantine Period Pictures Pictures European Periods European Periods Flowers were both wild and cultivated and important part of everyday life Used in: food drink medicine Fragrant Flowers favored for the ground freshening the air wreath making and garlands for personal adornments and decor Middle Ages 476-1400 Middle Ages Pictures Represented religious history Flowers in vases were showin in paintings for simbolism Flowers were arranged in vases so only the blossoms were visible Stems were covered creating massed symmetical connical arrangements Bright colors Wreats & garlands were still common Patterned containers with removable libs Renaissance Period 1400-16 Renaissance Period Pictures Flowers sent in everyday life Oval shape, asymmetrical balalnce and S-curved designs Over-decoration & gaudy interiors Containers included glass Baroque-Dutch Flemish Period 1600-1750 Baroque-Dutch Flemish Period Pictures Arrangments were commonly fan shaped as well as triangle & massed -used as decorative accents in interiors vases were highly decorated, portraying elegance, & tasteful extravagance French Period 1600-1814 French Period Pictures Fragance was the most important part of the bouquet, believing that the smell would get rid of the contagious diseases and the stentch from dead bodies nosegays were created to keep flowers close by -cleaniness wasnt a high standard during this time arrangments were English Georgian Period 1714-1760 English-Georgian Period Flower arranging was taught Girls were taught to arrange, grow, preserve, press and draw Nosegays and hand bouquet were popular Victorian Period 1820-1901 Victorian Period Pictures Oriental Periods Oriental Periods Paintings, prints, and scrolls -show cut flowers Arrangments are unconstructed & naturalistic Chinese Style Chinese Style Pictures Highly formalized with strict rules -Tradition and symbols Cut flowers and accessory materials were placed on arrangements Japanese Style Japanese Style Pictures American Design Period American Design Periods Massed, rounded or fan shaped bouquets Fruits and flowers were placed around dining tables and floral centerpieces Colonial 1714-1780 Colonial Pictures Main themes- -curvilinear lines, nature, in shapes of plants Containers were all inspired and patterned after curving lines Art Nouveau 1890-1910 Art Nouveau Pictures Styles were blended with several influences (over the top) Arrangments were very strong, steamlined, geometric lines, forms & patterns The containers were geometrically modern and bold Art Deco 1920-1950 Art Deco Pictures Jeopardy Game Game

Floral Design

Transcript: History of Floral Design in Egyptian Period (2800 BC TO 28 B.C.) The use of flowers was traditional like flowers used for temple offerings and banquet table decorations, and at times for garlands, and wreaths for guests. Characteristics of Egyptian design were clarity ordered simplicity, using repetition of a particular pattern. Numerous types of containers were used to hold flowers. History Of Floral Design The evolutionary history of flowers extends across some 125 years. Scientists say there are over 270,000 species of flowers that have been documented and are existing in the 21st Century. During this time, an intricate assortment of more than 125,000 species has developed. But scientists have yet to answer basic questions about these marvels of beauty... What led to their amazing diversity? Are there flowers that have not changed much during the evolution of this planet? The first plant fossils found were woody magnolia-like plants dating back 93 million years. Paleobotanists have more recently uncovered tiny herb-like flower fossils dating back 120 million years. Flowering plants, called angiosperms by scientists, were believed to be already diverse and found in most locations by the middle of the Cretaceous Period. ... 146 million years ago. A myriad of images of preserved flowers and flower parts have been found in fossils located in Sweden, Portugal, England, and along the Eastern and Gulf coasts of the United States. Below are a few flowers which have a long history. Alstroemeria, Aster, Calendula, Carnation, Chrysanthemums, Daisy, Dahlia, Delphinium, Gladiolus, Holly, Lily, Rose, Orchid, Poinsettia, Queen Anne's Lace, Snapdragons, Sunflower, Tulip, Violet. As we know them today, flower arrangements represent an amalgamation of two styles: the European and the New World style - Oriental style. The European style arrangements from which we borrowed were filled with large numbers of flowers rich in various colors, and are referred to as 'Mass Arrangements'. In contrast, the Oriental styles emphasized simplicity, containing few flowers and conservative colors, and, as they emphasized lines instead of masses, are known as 'Line Arrangements'. The knowledge of how our ancestors used flowers comes to us by glancing at the following floral designs of the respective periods. History of Floral Design in Egyptian Period (2800 BC TO 28 B.C.) The use of flowers was traditional like flowers used for temple offerings and banquet table decorations, and at times for garlands, and wreaths for guests. Lotus, Acacia, roses, water lilies, violets, Madonna lilies, narcissus, jasmine, poppies, and especially the sacred lotus blossom were among the flowers used. Characteristics of Egyptian design were clarity ordered simplicity, using repetition of a particular pattern. Numerous types of containers were used to hold flowers. Use of fruit and foliage also was popular. Characteristics of Egyptian design were clarity ordered simplicity, using repetition of a particular pattern. A typical design consisted of a single flower with a single bud or leaf on either side, repeated as a unit. History of Floral Design in Greek Period (600-150 B.C.) The ancient Greeks used flowers more for adornment. Herbs were frequently used with the flowers, and as garlands, and wreaths. flowers were often just strewn on the ground. They introduced the Horn of Plenty or Cornucopia. Most arrangements were triangular and symmetrical. Roses, hyacinths, lilies, iris, narcissus, violets, as well as grape leaves, herbs, and seed pods were used. Most arrangements ere triangular and symmetrical, usually of one or a limited number of colors. White as common, since it as a sign of purity. History of Floral Design in Roman Period (28 -B.C.-325 A. D.) The Romans continued with the customs of the Greeks. Garlands, wreaths and crowns were more elaborate than those of the Greeks. Crowns and garlands were tapered. Flowers were sometimes arranged in baskets and cornucopias. The Romans continued with the customs of the Greeks. Use as made of the fragrance of flowers. History of Floral Design in Byzantine Period (320-600 A.D.) This period saw a continuance of the Greek and Roman styles, but fruit was used with the flowers in garlands in a twisted effect. Stylized trees in containers were made symmetrically with foliage and flowers in large baskets, goblets, or low containers. These were highly stylized, and used neighboring hues, such as green, blue-green, blue, and violet, with complementary accents of red, red-orange, orange, and yellow. History of Floral Design in Medieval Period, The Middle Ages (476-1400 A.D.) Little is known of the floral art of this period, but whatever information there is has been gathered from the Persian paintings, rugs and tapestries of the fourteenth century. Oriental influence is clear. Numerous types of containers were used. Flowers were used for religious functions. History of Floral Design in Rennaissance Period (1400-1600 A.D.) The

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