Flower School Video Library

The Flower School Video Library is the world’s largest collection of online flower arrangement video demonstrations. Subjects range from flower care and handling, design basics and wedding flowers, to advanced design techniques and styles. This library is viewed by thousands of floral design professionals and students throughout the world every day. Produced exclusively by Floral Design Institute, the video clips in this library are free to all. Enjoy!

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A vibrant blooming arrangement full of stock, genestra, tulips, feverfew and mint, paired with a vibrant aqua vase.

Flowercore Color Explosion

Here at Floral Design Institute we are 100% into the Flowercore movement, and always have been! Flowercore is a trend centered around, well -- FLOWERS! They're the primary ingredient with the foliage playing a supporting role. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne selects a vibrant palette of colors to create a foam-free vase design with a lot of POP. Enjoy!

A large footed compote design with a base of dusty miller, waxflower and seeded eucalyptus, filled with carnations, spray roses, sweet peas, tulips, peonies, and oriental lilies.

Designing with a Flower Recipe

The first step to making a profit is knowing what your costs are in a design. How do you do that? Recipes! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne creates a luxurious foam-free design as she talks about stem counts, the process of creating design recipes, and profitable floral design, all with the help of Lobiloo florists' software. Enjoy!

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A mono-botanical wedding bouquet comprised of quicksand roses, that have been reflexed to give the bloom a larger face. Tied off with a warm copper ribbon and the stems left long and splayed out.

Reflexed Roses Wedding Bouquet

We research the trends so you don't have to! One design technique drawing a LOT of attention is a reflexed rose bouquet. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne shows you how to create this polarizing bouquet style - some love it, some hate it - and she wants to hear what YOU think about it! Enjoy!

A lush horizontal centerpiece design using, Bessie garden roses, hydrangea, jasmine vine, pieris, sweet pea, anemone, and nerine lillies, all in soft pastels.

Long and Low Centerpiece

Spring has, well, SPRUNG! We have an ever-growing assortment of gorgeous blooms to select from - the options increase every week. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne demonstrates a fabulous foam-free centerpiece that's long, low, and lush, full of beautiful blooms from Gardenrosesdirect.com. Enjoy!

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A bespoke inspired classic crescent design using, dusty miller, butterfly ranunculus, lisianthus, astilbe, spray roses, and garden roses.

Bespoke Style Crescent

Rounds, ovals, crescents -- all the classic forms! -- they never truly go out of style. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne updates the classic crescent form with a foam-free design of on-trend flowers from Florabundance.com. Astilbe, ranunculus, garden roses and more in tints, tones, and shades of Viva Magenta are combined with blush, silver and soft butter hues. Enjoy!

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A radiant wedding bouquet full of garden roses, spray roses, ranunculus, butterfly ranunculus, dusty miller, parvifolia, and a single ti leaf, all in tints tones and shades of the 2023 Pantone Color of the Year - Viva Magenta.

Viva Magenta Wedding Bouquet

Flowers make everything better and can evoke many emotions, including optimism and joy -- perfect emotions for wedding designs. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne takes you step-by-step as she creates a wedding bouquet full of rich tints, tones and shades of the 2023 Color of the Year, Viva Magenta with flowers from Florabundance.com. It's a very flower-friendly color and we love it! Enjoy!

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A lush heart shaped arrangement consisting of a variety of roses, and butterfly ranunculus, all in tints, tones, and shades of the Pantone Color of the Year - Viva Magenta.

Pave' Valentine Heart

Hearts, roses, and the Pantone Color of the Year for 2023 - Viva Magenta - all perfect for Valentine's Day! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne creates a lush, over-the-top design in a heart shape, using roses from Florabundance.com in the pave' technique. It's lush, lovely, and screams "I LOVE YOU!" Enjoy!

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A beautiful round arrangement blooming with Princess Maya garden roses, paper whites, tulips, eyelash clematis, sweet pea, ranunculus, and blush carnations.

Spring Flower Arrangement

The arrival of Spring gives us so many options for fabulous flowers. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne creates a long lasting, foam-free design with all Leanne's favorite flowers -- garden roses, clematis, sweetpeas, ranunculus, and of course - tulips! All the flowers and foliages come from Florabundance.com so you know they're beautiful. Enjoy!

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A low horizontal arrangement containing, spray roses, garden roses, astilbe, leucadendron, parvifolia, seeded eucalyptus, and nandina, topped with Gloriosa lily.

Flower Arrangement for the Table

Oooooh, we are LOVING the Pantone Color of the Year for 2023 -- Viva Magenta! It's sure to be a favorite for all kinds of designs, and perfectly suited for a regal arrangement for your table. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne creates a vibrant centerpiece design using flowers and foliages from Florabundance.com. Using the "sort by color" tool on their website made it easy & fun to find fabulous flowers in Viva Magenta. Enjoy!

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A beautiful bridal bouquet comprised of, Princess Maya garden roses, blush carnations, astilbe, cymbidium orchids, and dusty miller, tied together with a soft pink ribbon.

Blushing Winter Wedding Bouquet

We're kicking off 2023 with a blush-and-beautiful wedding bouquet. Hot on the heels of a crazy-busy wedding season in 2022, this year promises to be equally as busy! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne demonstrates the classic spiral technique. Exquisite Princess Maya garden roses and cymbidium orchids are the stars of this blush wedding bouquet -- all from GardenRosesDirect.com and Florabundance.com. Enjoy!

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An exuberant hand-tied bouquet placed into a pale blue vase. Full of garden roses, spray roses leucadendron alstroemeria, protea, and pepperberry all in tints, tones, and shades of viva magenta.

Viva Magenta Hand-Tied Bouquet

The Pantone Color of the Year for 2023 is Viva Magenta! It's described as being 'brave and fearless', and the many tints, tones, and shades of this rich hue are wonderful - it is SUCH a flower-friendly color! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne uses the spiral technique as she creates a fabulous hand-tied bouquet using roses from GardenRosesDirect.com, plus protea, pepper berry, alstroemeria, nandina, and much more from Florabundance.com -- all highlighting Viva Magenta. Enjoy!

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A large white urn overflowing with White Cloud and Princess Maya roses, antique carnations, yellow lisianthus, oregonia, and grevillea.

Flower Filled Urn

At Floral Design Institute we're starting the new year out in grand floral style with a Luxurious urn design full of soft colors and blousy blooms, and a no foam or floral netting construction. It's a "go big or go home" moment! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne demonstrates this very eco-friendly mechanic for putting this giant urn together as she creates an exquisite design using roses from GardenRosesDirect.com and foliage and accent flowers from Florabundance.com. Enjoy!

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A trio arrangement in square sparkling silver vases, full of white roses, paper whites, peonies, ornithogalum, Italian ruscus and salal.

New Year's Trio

Sparkly and festive, that's what New Year's Eve calls for -- whether in clothes OR flowers! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne creates a trio of wintery designs with flowers from Florabundance.com, that are sure to add sparkle and joy to your holiday entertaining. Make sure you ring in the new year with flowers. Enjoy!

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A deep red vase full of lush evergreens, topped with crimson Ilex berries, anthurium, spray roses, and poinsettias.

Poinsettia Christmas Design

Red, she said! Red is undeniably a classic color at Christmas, but that doesn't have to mean only carnations and roses - we have other amazing options to suggest. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne takes you step-by-step to create a long-lasting, foam-free holiday design with some less-than-typical cut flowers: anthuriums and poinsettias, enhanced with evergreens, berries (and a few roses, too!). Enjoy!

A mercury glass urn overflowing with a variety of evergreens, festival bush, spray roses, antique carnations, and protea.

Long Lasting Christmas Arrangement

Foam-free... fast... long lasting -- do we have your attention? We KNOW you're busy so here's a fabulous design that you can pull together quickly. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne works with flowers in a non-traditional Christmas color palette - including evergreens, protea, and Leanne's new favorite, Festival Bush - creating a gorgeous design sure to please. Enjoy!

An oval crimson red vessel overflowing with a variety of evergreens, freedom roses, red carnations, and permanent botanical, topped off with two taper candles for a touch of romance.

Farmhouse Christmas Arrangement

Classic red roses and carnations, highlighted with evergreens, pinecones, and candles -- it's a fabulous farmhouse Christmas design! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne takes you step-by-step through the construction of this holiday favorite, perfect for gifting or yourself -- plus a modern twist on candlelight. Enjoy!

A contemporary horizontal design elevated by a mercury glass container, comprised of anthurium, permanent botanicals in a ruscus variety, hydrangea, both seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus, gilded plumosa, and stock, all in shades of violet.

Modern Winter Arrangement

As we roll into the next round of holiday entertaining, why not shake it up some by trying something other than the traditional colors of the season? In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne shares a fresh take on winter designs. With an elegant jewel-toned color palette and bold blooms like anthuriums and stock, it's enhanced with seeded eucalyptus, fabulous tinted foliage, and an iridescent ornament. Enjoy!

A large wreath comprised of magnolia leaves, with sphagnum moss, tinted preserved oak leaves, dried grasses, and scarlet curly willow extending from the base.

Winter Wreath

Nothing says "Welcome!" quite like a wreath on your door. We're all used to evergreen wreaths, but how about one that transitions gracefully from Fall well after the first of the year. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne uses a pre-made fresh magnolia leaf wreath as the base, then enhances it with a variety of seasonal favorites such as sphagnum moss and dried & preserved foliages.. Quick, easy and oh-so-fabulous. BONUS - it dries beautifully! Enjoy!

A glass vessel with curly willow wrapping around the inside to create a rooted effect, and then filled with Banksia, toffee roses, coneflower blooms and pods, hypericum berries, and millet all in muted fall tones.

Foam Free Thanksgiving Centerpiece

Thanksgiving and flowers go hand-in-hand, but you don't always have to use bold shades of orange and yellow to convey the holiday. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne creates a lush and compact arrangement in muted Fall tones for an elegant effect. Texture abounds in this foam-free design of roses, banksia, coneflowers and more, that gives the illusion of the material having taken root in the container. Enjoy!

Quicksand and Sahara Sensation garden roses in a simple vase are paired with red spray mums, silver dollar and feather Eucalyptus, Green Mountain pittosporum and Israeli ruscus.

Simple Vase of Garden Roses

Garden roses make ANY design better, taking a simple vase to "simply fabulous"! Their full and lush faces with the multiple layers of petals add a richness to any arrangement. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne uses two on-trend garden rose varieties -- "Quicksand" and "Sahara Sensation" from GardenRosesDirect.com -- along with an assortment of foliages from Florabundance.com. Enjoy! 

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