Add water into glass vase. Height of water is about one-quarter of vase's height. Place 3 stems of curly bamboo into vase, just above the rim of the vase. This forms a “grid” at the opening of the vase.
Next, place 2 stems of curly bamboo into the “grid”. Height of stems will be taller.
Place remaining 5 stems into the grid which also helps to enforce the “grid” formation.
Place Heliconias into the “grid” of curly bamboo. All 6 stalks of Heliconias should face in 6 different directions so as to achieve a 3-dimensional effect for a centrepiece.
Add Chinese New Year ornaments as desired.
To maintain freshness of arrangement, add floral preservative into the water and change water when it turns cloudy. Mist at least twice a day to retain vigour of flowers.
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- SPRING NSRS Certified Assessor & Supervising Assessor (Floral)
- Floral Instructor for NSRS Skill Competency Courses
- Inducted into American Institute of Floral Designers, July 2004, New York City
- Resident Instructor at CreativeWorkz (by FarEastFlora.com) since November 2004
- Vice-President of Floral Designers Society Singapore for current 2007 to 2009