- February 28 -

Floral Design Day

Floral Design Day was created as a unique way to celebrate Carl Rittner's birthday. He was the founder of The Rittners School of Floral Design in Boston and a pioneer in floral art education. So on this day we celebrate floral design as an art form. 
 Floral design is a proud art form that...

Floral Design Day

Floral Design Day was created as a unique way to celebrate Carl Rittner's birthday. He was the founder of The Rittners School of Floral Design in Boston and a pioneer in floral art education. So on this day we celebrate floral design as an art form.

Floral design is a proud art form that has spanned thousands of years, with a diversity of styles reflecting varying social, religious, and cultural trends.

Floral art is a very unique art form in that it plays an important role in our social interactions, for decorating, establishing and maintaining relationships, and generally enhancing the overall quality of our lives.......

The floral industry is a multibillion dollar industry that brightens our lives at such holidays as Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentines' Day, Mother's Day & Secretaries Day as well as on an every day basis, and in so doing, contributes to our economy.

Source:
http://www.floralschool.com/floral-design-day.htm#History
http://www.giftypedia.com/Floral_Design_Day

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