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 striking tropical arrangement full of heliconia, pin cushion protea, anthurium, leucadendron, scabiosa pods, carnations, craspedia, and lily grass.

Simple Tropical Flower Arrangement

Line in design is important, in fact, it's an Element of floral design! If you're hoping to test with the American Institute of Floral Designers (AIFD) for certification or accreditation, it's something you'll want to understand. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne explores linear design with a wonderful selection of tropical and temperate flowers, including bold red anthuriums, craspedia, parakeet heliconia, and fun protea. Enjoy!

A simple pitcher design created with hydrangea, Patience garden roses, and lisianthus.

Garden Rose Arrangment

Foam-free designs have been trending for some time, and now we're seeing a trend of foliage-free as well! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne designs foam-free AND foliage-free with beautiful all white flowers including hydrangea, lisianthus, and garden roses from GardenRosesDirect.com. Enjoy!


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A refreshing design with a lemon vase, yellow tree peonies, roses, spray mums, ruscus and lisianthus.

Lemon Floral Centerpiece

Nothing is as refreshing as a cool glass of lemonade on a hot summer day, except, perhaps, a lemon-inspired floral arrangement! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne shares a time-tested technique for designing with citrus, using roses, peonies, lisiantus, dianthus, and more in lemony shades of yellow and whites, and of course -- lemons. Enjoy!

A small bouquet made with Juliet garden roses, ranunculus, sweet peas, thyme, mint, and galax leaves.

Small Garden Rose Bouquet

We always have our eye on changing design styles, the evolution of flowers. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne pulls inspiration from a heritage design style, the tussie mussie, to create a modern bouquet that makes a great floral gift. Beautiful "Juliet" roses - from our friends at GardenRosesDirect.com -- combine with sweet peas, mint, and thyme to create delightfully fragrant bouquet. Enjoy!


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An overflowing basket design created with spirea, huckleberry, butterfly ranunculus, Moab and Toffee garden roses, fritillaria, and delphinium belladonna.

Caramel & Cream Flowers

Sometimes it's fun to go a little wild with your floral designs, tempering the wild a bit with blossoms in hues of taupe, cream, coffee, and caramel. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne uses the bounty of the season including fritillaria, Japanese spirea, butterfly ranunculus, and two of her current rose favorites -- "Toffee" and "Moab" -- as she lets her design run wild. We sourced all these beautiful blooms from Florabundance.com. Enjoy!


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An elegant wedding bouquet made with Eugenie and Juliet garden roses, Wedding Rose Ever spray roses, tinted hydrangea, blush carnations, and star dianthus.

Garden Rose Wedding Bouquet

Trends in floral design are somewhat like fashion trends, often going from one extreme to the other. Remember the all-foliage bouquets? They're out! What's "in"? Lush bouquets full of blooms and little to no foliage! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne shows you how to create a wedding bouquet full of fragrant roses from GardenRosesDirect.com. Enjoy!


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A large urn overflowing with, Italian ruscus, hydrangea, miniature cymbidium orchids, tulips, foxglove, Queen Anne's lave, carnations, Westminster roses, jasmine vine, and butterfly ranunculus.

Summer Flower Urn

With all the events that happen during the summer -- weddings, parties, bridal & baby showers -- the perfect statement piece is a dramatic floral design. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne works with a garden urn and a wonderful selection of flowers from Florabundance.com, including foxglove, jasmine, tinted tulips, butterfly ranunculus and more. Enjoy!


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A simple but elegant spiral hand-tied bouquet made with, aspidistra, miniature palm, fatsia, lily grass and Princess Maya garden roses.

Garden Rose Hand-Tied Bouquet

A classic, pure in its simplicity. Nothing can match the elegance of mono-floral spiral hand-tied bouquet -- especially when it's done with garden roses. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne demonstrates the classic spiral technique with an assortment of foliages and one dozen perfect "Princess Maya" roses from GardenRosesDirect.com. She's a beauty -- enjoy!


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A whimsical spring design made in a tea set using, pansies, ranunculus, spray roses, spray chrysanthemums, star dianthus, and hyacinth.

Flowers for Tea Time

Spring seems like the perfect time for a festive, feminine gathering featuring flowers and food, so let's break out our best dishes and have a tea party! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne works with one of her favorite tea sets and creates a collection of petite designs with an assortment of Spring blooms including ranunculus, pansies and more from our friends at florabundance.com. Enjoy!


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A lovely bouquet comprised of Millicent garden roses, Japanese silene, and dusty miller.

Mother's Day Roses

Mother's Day designing is a high-efficiency holiday: the designs need to be fast to assemble, easy to design, and - above all - fabulous. A great flower that ticks all those boxes? Garden roses! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne designs with as assortment of flowers and foliages, featuring stunning pink garden roses from GardenRosesDirect.com for a contemporary yet classic look. Enjoy!


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A vibrant and lush compote design in shades of pink made with, dusty miller, parvifolia, jasmine vine, ranunculus, sweet peas, miniature carnations, nerine lilies, and anemones.

Pink Flower Compote

Feeling in the pink this Spring? You're in luck then as all the tints, tones, and shades of pink are available now! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne designs with the full spectrum of this Barbie-licious hue, creating a spectacular design in a crystal compote, with ranunculus, anemone, sweet peas, nerines, and more. Enjoy!

A striking contemporary design made with parakeet heliconia, dracaena, pincushion protea, craspedia, flax, monstera leaves, and curly willow.

Contemporary Tropical Hand-Tied Bouquet

Can you create a hand-tied tropical bouquet? Sure you can, IF you know a couple tricks of the trade! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne shares those tricks as she works with curly willow, pincushion protea, craspedia, parakeet heliconia and a little foliage to design a stunning contemporary bouquet. Enjoy!

A vibrant colorful design full of miniature hydrangea, acacia, ranunculus, delphinium, ornithogalum, and pussy willow.

Neon Bright Flower Arrangement

Bold and bright colors seem right at home this time of year, as we move from Winter to Spring. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne designs with a saturated polychromatic color palette and bold pink vase, showcasing a joyful mix of blooms such as ranunculus, delphiniums, ornithogalum, and acacia. Enjoy!

A dynamic design made with anthurium, lily grass, monstera leaves, aspidistra, dracena, and curly willow.

Anthurium in a Kenzan

Oh, the beauty of anthuriums and tropical leaves -- best designed in a kenzan to let their sculptural beauty shine! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne shares how to work with this classic Japanese design mechanic that is once-again on-trend. Enjoy!

Small centerpieces grouped together containing, peaches n' dream spray roses, ranunculus, orlaya, hypericum, veronica, and bupleurum.

Casual Contemporary Centerpiece

Today's wedding centerpieces are casual and contemporary, with multiple small designs grouped to give a bigger impact. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne shares the "old" professional mechanic that's new again, making these relaxed and airy designs shine with garden spray roses, ranunculus, orlaya, and bupleurum, all from Florabundance.com. Enjoy!


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A lush and vibrant garden-style arrangement made with, jasmine vine, ranunculus, butterfly ranunculus, sweet pea, hyacinth, allium, tweedia, and lisianthus. All in a variety of spring colors on a bed of dusty miller.

Polychromatic Spring Flowers

Spring has sprung in the Pacific Northwest and all the colors of the rainbow are represented in flowers this time of year. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne uses the color wheel as her guide as she takes a mix of spring flowers including ranunculus, sweet pea, allium, scabiosa and more to create a joyful, foam-free, polychromatic design - enjoy!

A dynamic linear design using, chrysanthemums, Moab roses, statice, yarrow, carnations, reindeer moss, and bunny tail grasses.

Linear Design Drama

Linear design is coming back in style and offers the designer so many creative ways to use flowers. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne works with the 2024 Color of the Year - Peach Fuzz - and incorporates wonderful design techniques to create a stunning vertical design with roses, chrysanthemums, carnations, and more from Florabundance.com. Enjoy!


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A fabulous nest design with a base of salal, Italian and israeli ruscus, dyed and preserved ruscus, and tinted bunny tail grasses. Paired with Effie garden roses, a woven nest, and 3 blown quail eggs.

Luxurious Easter Centerpiece

Nothing says glamour and luxury quite like garden roses, and when paired with dried bunny tail grasses they get a bit of fun added. In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne pairs the bunny tail along with dried & preserved foliages, fresh foliages and garden roses -- all from GardenRosesDirect.com -- and an Easter treasure (a nest and egg) for a fun yet fancy centerpiece. Enjoy!


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A luxurious arrangement filled with fragrant blooms such as, eriostemon, peonies, White O'Hara roses, stock, and hyacinth paired with, spray roses, fringed tulips, scabiosa, and dusty miller.

Fragrant Lavender & Blush Arrangement

Often the first thing we notice about a floral arrangement is its fragrance - how it smells. Fragrance is one of the key elements of floral design, and the one that has us asking for more, more! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne creates a stunning Spring mix of flowers and foliages with fragrance, including stock, peonies, garden roses and eriostemon. Enjoy!

An elegant wedding bouquet full of Juliet and Charity garden roses, paired with Tanya spray roses, Peaches N' Dream spray roses, lisianthus, stock, grevillea, seeded eucalyptus and Israeli ruscus.

Peach Wedding Bouquet

How many Peach Fuzz weddings do YOU have planned for the year? As the 2024 Pantone Color of the Year, Peach Fuzz is very, very flower-friendly! In this Flower School How-To Video Leanne highlights a compact hand-tied bouquet with a lush mix of roses, all from GardenRosesDirect.com. Their assortment of garden and spray roses in the full range of peach tints -- plus colors to coordinate and complement peach -- is simply fabulous, and you're sure to find a new favorite. Enjoy!


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