This week, we take time to increase our health and wellness with the Japanese Flower Art of Ikebana. There are so many different schools of Ikebana Flower Arranging. I studied the school of Ikenoba in Japan in the late 70s. This project has the 3 basic elements of Ikebana and a ‘nod’ to Moribana…by adding a branch of Black Pussy Willow.
The Flowers for this arrangement are the Fugi (or Spider) Chrysanthemum…Chispa from DeliFlora. They are growers of some of the most amazing Chrysanthemums and Chispa does not disappoint. It has a rich bronze tone that is accented with a golden yellow giving this bloom a vibrant noticeable color.
Sit back and relax as we take a few moments to create a Japanese Flower Arrangement in the Ikebana style. It’s a great way to use 3 flowers to create a wonderful decoration for your home or to share with a friend.