Flower arrangements for decorating your home or building has a long history in the world. Evidence bouquet of flowers in a vase oldest recorded from Egypt in 2500 BC. The lotus flower is considered a sacred plant. Other types of flowers are commonly used are herbs, palm, iris, anemones and daffodils (narcissus). Visit us on http://www.FlowerHut.us/ to order flower bouquet to any occasion you need.

In some cultures, these traditional practices still survive today. Fresh flowers are organised in front of the house to have a celebrated the Onam, a large celebration in Kerala, India. Ikebana is the art of flower that originated in Japan. Books on Japanese flower arranging oldest known published in the year 1445. The uniqueness typical of the art of ikebana flower arrangement is the simplicity and linear shape. Ikebana also has influenced the art of flower arrangement west since the end of the 19th century.

Flower arranging as an artwork style was brought from China by Buddhist monks to Japan. In ancient China, flower arrangement evolved into an art form that is very high with the belief that life is sacred, including flower life. Therefore, cut flowers used in flower arrangements used with caution. The wreath is also a traditional ritual among Buddhists.

Flower arranging as an art in Europe was first documented in the Netherlands made in the form of paintings. In the 18th century, wreaths are used to decorate the homes of officials and wealthy families. The beginning formal flower compositions in Europe are the Netherlands, as demonstrated in many paintings of the 17th century. Wreaths were laid in arched windows, Ambrosius Bosschaert, circa 1618-1620.

The language of flowers and flower arrangements meaning of the symbolism may be different in many cultures. In China, every season is represented by a particular interest. Flowers white represents winter plum, peach and cherry symbolise spring, the lotus is a sign of the summer, while the chrysanthemum flower symbolises autumn.