Type
Crossword
Description

a classification of arrangements that literally means "piled up flowers" moribana
subject stem shushi
location of the Ohara School headquarters Tokyo
a commonly used holder for flowers and branches kenzan
filler stems chukanshi
founder of the Ohara School of Ikebana UnshinOhara
first form that an Ohara student learns rising form
Ohara School signature arrangement landscape
flowers for the tea ceremony chabana
the way of flowers kado
object stem kyakushi
heavier holder for flowers and branches, usually without pins shippo
most materials used in this arrangement are also found in paintings rimpa
commonly used fern in Ohara arrangements leatherleaf
ikebana arranged in a tall vase with a narrow mouth heika
look alikes: Song of India and Song of ___________ Jamaica
Ikebana motto: _____________ through flowers friendship
hiraku katachi: _______________ form radial
philodendron often used for line material xanadu

floral design Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

supplies, methods amd materials that designers use to place and hold flowers and foilage in an arrangement mechanics
firmly wrapping similar materials together to form a larger, individual unit bundling
the length of useful life of cut floral materials after being recieved by the costumer vase life
the tight positioning of flower clusters at the base of an arrangment forming rounded hills pillowing
the japenese style of floral arrangements characterized by their linear forms ikebana
is due to the inability of water to enter the stem bent neck in flowers
shorter stems of mass flowers provide a color & focal point near the rim of the container waterfall design
adding white to a color lightens its tint tint
describes the lightness or darkness of a hue value
cell process in which stored food reserves are converted into useful energy for the plant respiration
the relationship between the flowers, foliage, and container proportion
the impressionof the design being stable and self-supported balance
geometric shape or line design that forms the outline of the flower arrengement form
brightness or darkness of a hue intensity
to hide the mechanics in a flower arrangement foliages
do not require a focal point round design
the process in which cut flowers and foliage have been tested to extend freshness conditioning
the location within a design that attracts the most attention focal point
a design technique in which branches of flowers are used around the perimeter of a floral arrangement framing
the process of plants losing water through stomata in their leaves transpiration

Floral Design Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Cutting flower stems properly and providing proper treatment at any stage of the distribution process PROCESSING
adding white to a color lightens it TINT
The process of plants losing water through stomata in their leaves TRANSPIRATION
The storage or shipment of flowers out of water DRY PACK
A combination of both natural and man made materials in an unnatural manner to create new images INTERPRETIVEDESIGN
A citric acid solution that causes flowers to take up water rapidly to prevent hydration after flowers being dry packed HYDRATINGSOLUTION
Supplies, methods and materials that designers use to place and hold flowers and foliage in an arrangement MECHANICS
Floral material that has an "airy" look to create the finishing touch FILLER
Length of useful life of cut floral materials after being received by the customer VASELIFE
Sells floral goods and services to the consumer RETAILFLORIST
Firmly wrapping or tying similar materials together to form a larger, individual unit BUNDLING
A design technique in which branches of flowers are used around the perimeter of a floral arrangement to direct attention to the materials in the center of the arrangement FRAMING
The geometric shape or line design that forms the outline of the flower arrangement FORM
The brightness or darkness of a hue INTENSITY
The purpose is to hide the mechanics in a flower arrangement FOLIAGE
Describes the lightness or darkness of a hue VALUE
The process in which cut flowers and foliage have been tested to extend their freshness CONDITIONING
The relationship between the completed arrangement and its location SCALE
The impression of the design being stable and self-supported BALANCE
The relationship between the flowers,foliage and container PROPORTION

Floral Design Tools Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Used to secure floral foam in container Anchor tape
Provides support and stability for stems; holds water for fresh cut flowers oasis
where a note may be witten and attached to a floral arrangement enclosure card
widest ribbon used for large bows and homecoming mums #40ribbon
used to cut floral material ONLY stem cutter
narrow piece of wire wooden picks
tool used for many different things in floral design glue gun
tools used to hold enclosed card in an arrangement cardette
provides a small amount of water to flowers; pointed end that sticks into foam water picks
attaches to flowers to give length and strength to stems metal picks
used to hold funeral arrangements wire easel
provides support and stability for stems; typically used dry dry foam
base used in a casket spray arrangement casket saddle
used to cut floral wire wire cutter
used to cut floral plant material floral knife
used for replacing natural stems for corsages, binding stems for hand-tied bouquets chenille stems
used as a base for a wrist corsage wrist corsage holder
used as a base and handle for bouquet arrangements nosegay holder
used to attach corsages to clothing corsage pin
18 inches long; comes in different gages florist wire
used for corsage work and small bows #3 ribbon
used when packaging flowers for selling cellophane
used to attach metal picks to dry or silk flowers pick machine
used to cover wires and stems of corsages and boutonniere work; paper coated with paraffin or wax floral tape
holds water and is used for boxed flowers water tubes
used to attach boutonnieres to clothing boutonniere pin
used for things like Homecoming mums and potted plants #9 ribbon

corsage & boutonniere preparation Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Spring action handle with short blades used to cut heavy duty wire/ corsage and boutonniere stems Wire snips
Straight or hook bladed knife used to cut floral stems folding knife
Used to cut through very thick or touch floral material with one cut Pruning shears
Long, slender blades scissors used to cut ribbon, wire, fabric and fine netting Floral scissors
Quick drying, waterproof adhesive that will not brown leaves; available in liquid spray and tape forms Floral adhesive
Thin green wire used to strengthen and lengthen stems Floral wire
Stretchable tape which adheres to itself, used to lengthen and strengthen stems Floral stem tape
Condition of a plant cell when it has absorbed the maximum amount of water Turgid
Courage wiring technique in which a wire is inserted through the calyx and bent downward along the stem Piercing method
Used to support the flowers and help manipulation when constructing a corsage and boutonniere Wire
The bottom part of the flower bud or blossom, consisting of the outer most sepals; using wider than the stem and green Calyx
A small floral adornment worn by women; number 3 ribbon and 24 to 28 gauge wire is the most commonly used in corsage work Corsage
Used to hide the mechanics in a flower arrangement, commonly stems with lots of leaves and green materials, also referred to as greenery Foliage
Triangular shape Triad
Substance which is spread on the stems and leaves of plants to reduce the rate of transpiration, or water loss Antitranspirant
Small underdeveloped shoot, leaf or flower located at the tip of a stem Terminal bud
Cluster of flowers used to fill spaces between larger flowers to creating depth Filler flower
Small branch bearing buds, flowers or berries Spray
Color scheme which uses different hues and shades of one color Monochromatic
Location within a design which attracts the most attention it the center of interest in a corsage, the focal point is where the largest flower is placed Focal point
Supplies, methods and materials which designers use to place and hold flowers and foilage in an arrangement Mechanics
Waterproof all-purpose tape Anchor tape
Waterproof adhesive which will not brown leaves and is used to attach floral materials Floral adhesive
Floral adornment worn by men and pinned onto the lapel of the jacket Boutonniere
Smaller stem which attaches a leaf to the main stem Petiole
Turned back portion of a jacket or coat which lays flat and is a continuance it the collar Lapel
Leads or buds growing on the side of the main stem Lateral

floral design crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

floral material that has an "airy" look to create the finishing touch Filler
the storage or shipment of flowers out of water Dry pack
cutting flowers stem properly and providing proper treatment at any stage of the distribution processing
supplies methods and materials that designers use to place and hold flowers and foliage in an arrangement Mechanics
sells floral goods and services to the consumer retail florist
the length of the useful life of cut floral materials after being received by the customer vase life
firmly wrapping or tying similar materials together to form a larger individual unit Bundling
the process of converting nutrients, water carbon dioxide and sunlight into food for plants photosynthesis
level of light received on a plant surface light intensity
the tight positioning of flowers clusters at the base of an arrangement forming round hills pillowing
similar design techniques to place similar materials horizontally on top of each other terracing and layering
is due to the inability of water to enter the stem bent neck in flowers
shorter stems of mass flowers provide a color and focal point near the rim of the container waterfall design
florist must educate the customer in order to help them enjoy their flowers to the fullest extent customer education
growers, wholesalers and retain; florist must process their flowers processing flowers
used to create focal point with unusual distinctive shapes form flowers
used as primary flowers to establish the skeleton outline height or width of an arrangement line flowers
an asymmetrically balanced design of few materials usually placed in groups that emphasize forms and lines formal linear designing
design that consists of clusters or groups of flowers and foliage that strengthens the element of moves the eye through the arrangement parallel design
the impression of the design being stable and self supported balance

Floriculture Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Floral Material that has an "airy" look to create the finishing touch filler
The storage or shipment of flowers out of water DryPack
Cutting flowers stems properly and providing proper treatment at any stage of the distribution process Processing
Supplies, methods and materials that designers use to place and hold flowers and foliage in an arrangement mechanics
Sells floral goods and services to the consumer retailflorist
The length of useful life of cut floral materials after being received by the customer vaselife
Firmly wrapping or tying similar materials together to form a larger, individual unit Bundling
The process of converting nutrients, water, carbon, dioxide, and sunlight into food for plants Photosynthesis
The level of light received on a plant surface lightintensity
A design technique in which branches of flowers are used around the perimeter of a floral arrangement to direct attention to the materials in the center of the arrangement framing
The tight positioning of flower clusters at the base of an arrangement forming rounded hills pillowing
The Japanese style of floral arrangements characterized by their linear forms ikebana
Technique characterized by parallel or surface contoured insertions that create a uniform area with little or no variation in depth pave
Contain more than one single focal point abstract
Shorter stems of mass flowers provide a color and focal point near the rim of the container waterfall
Cell process in which stored food reserves are converted into useful energy for the plant respiration
The process of plants losing water through stomata in their leaves transpiration
Used as primary flowers to establish the skeleton outline height or width of an arrangement lineflowers
Used to create focal point with unusual and distinctive shapes formflowers
Are usually single stem with large rounded heads used inside or along the arrangement to fill in massflowers
The design consists of several layers of materials, varying in size and texture to create a flowering effect cascadedesign
The location within a design that attracts the most attention focalpoint
Red, Yellow, Blue primarycolors
The relationship between the completed arrangement and its location scale
Two primary colors combined in equal amounts secondarycolors
The relationship between the flowers, foliage, and containter proportion
The impression of the design being stable and self-supported balance
The brightness or darkness of a hue intensity
The measure of color intensity when gray is added to a hue tone
A hue darkened by the addition of black forms a shade of the hue shade
Describes the lightness or darkness of a hue value
Adding white to a color lightens its hue Tint

Corsage and Boutonniere Prep Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

small branch bearing buds, flowers or berries spray
used to hide the mechanics in a floral arrangment foliage
triangular shape triad
substance which id sprayed on the stems and leaves of plants to reduce the rate of transpiration , or water loss anti-transparent
clusters of flowers used to fill spaces between larger flowers creating depth filler flower
color scheme which uses different hues and shades of one color monochromatic
supplies, methods and materials which designers use to place and hold flowers and foliage in an arrangement mechanics
straight or hook bladed knife used to cut floral stems folding knife
turned black portion of a jacket or coat which lays flat and is a continuance of the collar lapel
leaves or buds growing on the side of the main stem lateral
location within a design which attracts the most attention or the center of interest; in a corsage, the focal point is where the largest flower is placed focal point
waterproof, all-purpose tape anchor tape
smaller stem which attaches a leaf to the main stem petiole
floral adornment worn by men and pinned onto the lapel of the jacket boutonniere
small undeveloped shoot, leaf or flower located at the tip of a stem terminal bud
a small floral adornment worn by women No. 3 ribbon and 24 to 28 gauge wire is most commonly used in corsage work. corsage
the bottom part of the flower bud or blossom, consisting of the outermost sepals; usually wider than the stem and green calyx
used to support the flowers and help with manipulation when constructing a corsage and boutonniere wire
corsage wiring technique in which a wire is inserted through the calyx and bent downward along the stem piercing method
condition of a plant cell when it has absorbed the maximum amount of wate turgid
stretchable tape which adheres to itself, used to lengthen and strengthen stems floral stem tape
long, slender bladed scissors used to cut ribbon, wire, fabric and fine netting floral scissors
used to cut through very thick or tough floral material with one cut pruning shears
spring handle with short blades used to cut heavy duty wire and corsage and boutonniere stems. wire snips

Special Arrangements Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

__________ ________ is probably the busiest week in a floral shop. Valentine's Day
Father's Day is celebrated on the _______ Sunday of June. third
The ______ _______ revolves around special occasions in people's lives. floral industry
In addition to floral arrangements made for _______ decoration, floral arrangements can be created for the ________ as well. Indoor, outdoor
There are lots of different _______ and _____ of different dried flowers available. colors,quality
Wheat is a symbol of ___ and good fortune. harvest
With new _______ techniques, dried flowers have become quite durable. preservation
Angel vine can act as a frog, or ______ holder, to hold flowers in place in a vase. flower
Most of the industry calls ______ flowers silk flowers. permanent
The really nice, expensive flowers are ____ painted. hand
One of the problems with fresh Christmas greens are they do not hold up too well in ____ or warm conditions. dry
Since there is such a high demand for ____ roses around the holidays, the price does go up. red
_______ is a rounded look, fairly flush and tight with a parallel surface with a uniform look and no variation in depth. pave
Always ____ your vase first. green
Be sure to ___ out the roses in your vase. pan
Roses in ____ will live longer than those in water. foam
Easter is in the ____ and the date changes every year. spring
Specialty picks are small _____ items used for specific holidays or occasions. novelty
Easter is best known for the Easter Lily, ________ ___________. Lilium Longiflorum
Administrative Professionals Day is celebrated over an ____ week. whole
Instead of always using roses in bud vases, we like to use other flowers such as _____ ______. gerbera daisies
I used _____ as my filler flower. heather
I am going to stair step design down in the process of making a ________. triangle
These bud vases last sometimes even ___ weeks or more. two
This is a ____ arrangement, made to look good all the way around. circular
Monochromatic is the use of only one ____ or hue in different shades. color
Mono-botanical is the use of only one type of _____. flower
Corsages have always been popular for ______ Day Mother's
If I am doing a silk arrangement, I would use ______ Styrofoam. dry
Most people like to see ___, _____, and ____ in Memorial Day arrangements. redwhiteblue
This is a nice alternative to a ____ silk arrangement as it lays flat on the grave. standing
Father's Day can be fun as things are a little different and more ____. masculine
Green trick is a member of the ____ family. dianthus
In this arrangement, we dyed the water _____. It is a great way to mix up your normal supplies. green
The fresh pumpkin has been sprayed with a _____ _____. clearcoat
Traditionally, Hanukkah arrangements are _____ and white. blue
Christmas goes on for several _____ for many retail floral shops. weeks
For homes, we do a lot of ____ and silk arrangements. permanent
_______ are the most traditional holiday plant. Poinsettias
We are very careful about what we send to a hospital, especially if someone has an ______ to flowers. allergy

Corsage & Boutonniere Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

what has a spring action handle with short blades and is used to cut heavy duty wire and corsage and boutonniere stems? Wire Sniper
What has a straight or hook bladed knife used to cut floral stems? Folding Knife
What is used to cut through very thick or tough floral material with one cut? Pruning Shears
What is long, with slender bladed scissors used to cut ribbon, wire, fabric and fine netting? Floral Scissors
What is quick drying, waterproof adhesive that will not brown leaves; available in liquid, spray and tape forms? Floral Adhesive
What is a thin green wire used to strengthen and lengthen stems? Floral Wire
What is stretchable tape which adheres to itself, used to lengthen and strengthen stems? Floral Stem Tape
What is a condition of a plant cell when it has absorbed the maximum amount of water? Turgid
What is a corsage wiring technique in which a wire is inserted through the calyx and bent downward along the stem? Piercing Method
What is used to support the flowers and help with manipulation when constructing a corsage and boutonniere? Wire
What is the bottom part of the flower bud or blossom, consisting of the outermost sepals; usually wider than the stem and green? Calyx
What is a small floral adornment worn by women; No. 3 ribbon and 24 to 28 gauge wire is most commonly used in corsage work? Corsage
What is used to hide the mechanics in a flower arrangement; commonly stems with lots of leaves and green materials; also referred to as greenery? Foliage
What is triangular shaped? Triad
What is a substance which is sprayed on the stems and leaves of plants to reduce the rate of transpiration, or water loss? Anti-Transpirant
What is a small undeveloped shoot, leaf or flower located at the tip of a stem? Terminal Bud
What are clusters of flowers used to fill spaces between larger flowers creating depth? Filler Flowers
What is a small branch bearing buds, flowers or berries? Spray
What is the color scheme which uses different hues and shades of one color? Monochromatic
What location within a design which attracts the most attention or the center of interest; in a corsage, the focal point is where the largest flower is placed? Focal Point
What are supplies, methods and materials which designers use to place and hold flowers and foliage in an arrangement called? Mechanics
What is waterproof, all-purpose tape? Anchor Tape
What is a waterproof adhesive which will not brown leaves and is used to attach floral materials? Floral Adhesive
What is a floral adornment worn by men and pinned onto the lapel of the jacket? Boutonniere
What is a smaller stem which attaches a leaf to the main stem? Petiole
What is the turned back portion of a jacket or coat which lays flat and is a continuance of the collar? Lapel
What are leaves or buds growing on the side of the main stem? Lateral

corsage & bountonniere preparation Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

spring action handle with short blades used to cut heavy duty wire and corsage and boutonniere stems Wire snips
Strait or hook blades knife used to cut floral stems Folding knife
Used to cut through very thick or touch floral material with one cut Pruning shears
Long, slender blades scissors used to cut ribbon, wire, fabric and fine netting Floral scissors
Quick drying, waterproof adhesive that will not brown leaves; available in liquid spray and tape forms Floral adhesive
Thin green wire used to strengthen and lengthen stems Floral wire
Stretchable tape which adheres to itself, used to lengthen and strengthen stems Floral stem tape
Condition of a plant cell when it has absorbed the maximum amount of water Turgid
Coursage wiring technique in which a wire is inserted through the calyx and bent downward along the stem Piercing method
Used to support the flowers and help manipulation when constructing a corsage and boutonniere Wire
The bottom part of the flower bud or blossom, consisting of the outermost sepals; using wider than the stem and green Calyx
A small floral adornment worn by women; number 3 ribbon and 24-28 gauge wire is the most commonly used in coursage work Corsage
Used to hide the mechanics in a flower arrangement, commonly stems with lots of leaves and green materials, also referred to as greenery Foliage
Triangular shape Triad
Substance which is sprayed on the stems and leaves of plants to reduce the rate of transpiration, or water loss Anti-transparent
Small underdeveloped shoot, leaf or flower located at the tip of a stem Terminal bud
Cluster of flowers used to fill spaces between larger flowers to creating depth Filler flowers
Small branch bearing buds, flowers or berries Spray
Color scheme which uses different hues and shades of one color Monochromatic
Location within a design which attracts the most attention or the center of interest in a corsage, the focal point is where the largest flower is placed Focal point
Supplies, method and materials which designers use to place and hold flowers and foliage in an arrangement Mechanics
Waterproof all-purpose tape Anchor tape
Waterproof adhesive which will not brown leaves and is used to attach floral materials Floral adhesive
Floral adornamal worn by men and pinned onto the lapel of the jacket Boutonniere
Smaller stem which attaches a leaf to the main stem Petiole
Turned back portion of a jacket or coat which lays flat and is a continuance of the collar Lapel