Lisa is a Florist who owns two shops. Her typical day involves getting up at 5am to choose flowers at the markets, and then clean and arrange the flowers for the shops and for upcoming events, such as weddings. She advises: if you're interested in being a florist, it helps to know computers because so many transactions happen online these days.
Floral designers, also called florists, cut and arrange live, dried, or silk flowers and greenery to make decorative displays. They also help customers select flowers, containers, ribbons, and other accessories.
Short-term on-the-job training
Many programs in floral design and floriculture are available through private floral schools, vocational schools, and community colleges. Most offer a certificate or diploma. Some community colleges and universities offer an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in floral design.
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