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Synonyms for florist

someone who grows and deals in flowers

a shop where flowers and ornamental plants are sold

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In addition to the main display, the Level 2 Floristry Certificate students have put their entrepreneurial skills to good use, and have designed and organised the sale of Red Valentine's Roses from the Oswestry Campus reception, starting at [pounds sterling]1.
Floristry is a job for everyone, whatever your age or sex.
The level 2 floristry students entered the Blockbuster category at the popular North Yorkshire Show and they proved a box office hit with the judges taking first, second and third prize.
Melissa was very passionate about floristry and worked very hard while with us.
Vicky Rymell |won a gold medal at the top floristry competition
I dreaded the thought of having to tell someone who was older and been in floristry longer what to do and how I wanted it done.
Also lauded was Floristry winner Sian Powell, who has progressed from trainee to invaluable employee at a Wrexham florist.
Floristry Level 3 student, Zoe, won a regional heat to claim her place in the final, where she had to demonstrate a range of skills over three days Warwickshire College Warwick New Road, Leamington Spa, CV32 5JE Tel: 01926 318216 Website: www.
Among them are Northop College's floristry students, who made their mark at the famous RHS Tatton Flower Show and have since enjoyed success in the UK Skills Floristry competition.
Guisborough also offers floristry courses, where the team takes students out to various competitions.
He added: "The world of floristry is constantly changing.
The quartet have been plucked from colleges, skills councils and training providers in sectors from construction and engineering to social care, floristry and hospitality, to find the best of the best in skillscompetition Wales, a Welsh Assembly Government-funded event.
TRAINING If you go directly into floristry, you will be trained by an experienced florist, learning shop procedures, care of flowers and plants, flower and plant names, principles of colour and design, arrangement techniques, selling skills, cash handling, estimating costs and customer service.
The Dudley-based law firm worked with the British Florist Association on its purchase of the Society of Floristry.
Coleg Gwent student Charlotte Cooks, 22, won a UK Skills floristry competition for trainees with more than two years' experience at the Royal Horticultural Society's Tatton Park Flower Show, in Cheshire.