Floriculture History of Floral Design Name ______________________ Identify which period or era had an influence on the current floral traditions listed below. Egyptian Period Greek Period Japanese Middle Ages Renaissance Period 1. Baroque/Dutch Flemish Period French Period English/Georgian Period Victorian Era ______________Use of terra cotta and porcelain. Colonial Style Byzantine Period Roman Period Art Nouveau Art Deco 2. ______________Curving, asymmetrical bouquets, which had spilling stems and branches. 3. ______________White Lily used as a symbol of chastity and fertility. 4. ______________Fan Shaped arrangements with mass. 5. ______________Elaborate metal containers with well formed bases, stems, and necks. 6. ______________Strong, Streamlined, geometric lines were featured in designs. 7. ______________Fragrance of flowers were of great importance. 8. ______________Wearing of wreaths on the head. 9. ______________Use of many lotus flowers. 10. ______________Rose petals scattered during banquets or ceremonies. 11. ______________Elaborate ornamentation and curved lines. 12. ______________Arrangements that are massed and rounded or fan-shaped. 13. ______________Use of the cornucopia. 14. ______________Introduction of the nosegay. 15. ______________First use of flowers in the hair. 16. ______________Small handheld bouquets called “tussie-mussies” 17. ______________Use of garlands. 18. ______________Use of materials to create symmetrical, stylized trees as designs. 19. ______________Flowers placed to reflect how they are in nature. 20. ______________Use of bough pots to dress up fireplaces. 21. ______________Floral design was first taught and recognized as an art. 22. ______________Hand bouquet (posy) holders were first introduced.