I’m Working as Florist

Florist owner of a small florist business holding flowers

Plants fascinate everyone. It is a gift of nature that provides many pleasures. Plant aesthetics has been studied and become a part of human creation since ancient Egypt. Florists (formerly known as “bouquet binders”) were not taken as seriously in ancient times as they are today.

Still, what could anyone really say about this profession? This work may not appear as it may seem at first glance. What thoughts include the first time you think about the work of a florist? Some would say that florists collect flowers, others would say that they would probably weave wreaths all day, and a third would just be confused and ask “who are they?” Florists, however, are not the simplest flower pickers and wreath weavers.

These are artists who work with nature, a wide variety of plants. Representatives of this profession must have a good knowledge of the plants they work with, all the flowers, branches, leaves, and herbs are their “horse”. But a good memory for the florist alone will not be enough to create the perfect bouquet. Care and attention to the smallest details are also extremely important. Even in floristics, there are certain rules that are worth following and worth remembering.

And the most important thing for a florist would be the vein of creativity. Without it, the bouquets it creates would not have that sense of exclusivity. If you’re also fascinated by floral arrangements, wreath weaving, and you think you might as well do the same, it’s worth knowing a few things about a florist’s work. First, it’s a job that requires dedication, you’ll have to focus all your attention on creating each bouquet. A knowledge basket is also required.

You need to know the plants you work with, know how to combine them, know how to dry certain plants. Even flower pots and how you decorate them are important. Decorations are an important part of floristics. You will decorate the flowers with fabrics, ribbons, pegs into oases, wrap them in fiber.