2021-2022 Catalog and Student Handbook 
    Dec 08, 2023  
2021-2022 Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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FLOR 106B - Permanent Botanicals

Credits: 3
Designed to provide the student with theory and lab experience in the use of artificial materials and dried flowers. Emphasis on mechanics and techniques of construction for home interiors, as well as commercial applications. Preservation processes and interiorscapes included.

Student Learning Outcomes
  1. Follow and adhere to strict safety procedures during lab work.
  2. Describe at least four (4) trends in interiors for the current year.
  3. Identify supplies and mechanics used in the production of permanent commercial floral designs and use of each correctly.
  4. Describe the various drying/preserving methods and techniques used on fresh flowers and foliage.
  5. Discern the difference between machine manufactured silks and hand wraps.
  6. Identify the current interior color forecast for the home and office.
  7. Design and construct many styles of commercial arrangements to industry standards, within time limits.
  8. Calculate retail cost of completed designs (math component).
  9. Plan, design and produce a storyboard and a custom permanent design to coordinate with client’s interior décor (human relations).

Prerequisite: FLOR 102B  

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