Why wouldn't you make a flower arrangement from a plant? In this photo tutorial, Nelleke Bontje shows how an entire Anthurium plant turns flower arrangement in just a few easy steps. Original!
Anthurium plant 'Adios Red®', a nice vase or planter, floral foam, red binding wire, red wool, red rattan
Keep tools like knife, scissors and trimming shear within reach. Make sure the floral foam is well soaked.
Cut all the leaves and flowers from the Anthurium plant. Keep the stems as long as possible.
Place a piece of floral foam in the vase or container and add water until it’s full.
Roll up all the leaves carefully in the length and wrap them with the coloured wire.
Place the leaves criss cross and closely together in the floral foam. Place the flowers with their long stems in between the rolled up leaves and make sure there’s an even distribution.
Take the colored rattan and tie the colored wool around the sticks. This really shows some craftsmanship and adds extra value to your arrangement. Place these sticks in between the flowers and rolled up leaves.
Look beyond the obvious and see more than just a plant; this is also a fun way to work with Anthurium plants. Don't forget to pour the vase full of water!