Free Online Flower Class

We are sad to hear about the pass­ing of Her Majesty, The Queen Eliz­a­beth II. In hon­or of her pass­ing, we cre­at­ed an online flower class course that teach­es you how to make a flo­ral design based on a pho­to take of QE2 in her palace by the famed Amer­i­can pho­tog­ra­ph­er, Annie Lei­bovitz.

What thought we’d find out what the Queen’s favorite flow­ers were and believe it or not, she nev­er revealed it. How­ev­er, it is believed that while she loved all the flow­ers in all of her palace and cas­tle gar­dens, her favorite flow­ers were Car­na­tions! She had them at her wed­ding recep­tion in all the cen­ter­pieces and her hus­band, Prince Philip was report­ed to give her bou­quets of Car­na­tions on their anniversary.

Queen Elizabeth II Roses

But, for this class, we are fea­tur­ing ros­es, because that is the flower fea­tured in the pho­to by Annie Lei­bovitz. The trick here is the design is in “V” shape. Most of them time, flo­ral arrange­ments are in an invert­ed “V” shape or tri­an­gle shape. We show you how to use a florist trick to make sure the ros­es stay in their cor­rect spaces in the vase.

You can try this class for FREE and sam­ple one of the over 23o class­es in our Flower Arrang­ing Fri­days online class sub­scrip­tion mem­ber­ship.