It would seem that it might be better: you sit in a warm room, make flower arrangements, enjoy the contemplation of roses and lilies, talk with thick sums, fascinated by the beauty created by your hands. But this is only the visible side of the profession of phyto-designer – his work is much heavier than it appears from the outside.
Let’s start with the fact that a florist (also called phytodesigner and arranger of flowers) needs a lot to know. The fact is that phytodizainerika is a science and a craft (albeit not without elements of art). Continue reading