Begonia (Non-stop Deep Red) ベゴニア(ノンストップディープレッド)

Posted on: Sunday, 19 July 2015.
Categories: Uncategorized

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Like the speckled hairs on a man’s cheek that has not been shaved smoothly, its surface is thick and rough. The very asymmetric leaves rotate anti-clockwise with repeated frillscharacteristic leaves.

No fragrance. This ornamental plant sits next to the mouse key on my desk, surveying its new location. There are a male and a female flower developed from the same stem. She has five red petals opened, honestly, earnestly, but in centre, a hard, golden stigma looks like a button made out of tangling golden beads, but it also looks like a kind of creation from a skin disease. The core of the male flower, on the other hand, is invisible to the eye, smothered as it is in frilly petals. Its spherical shape looks like a cheap red flamenco dress.

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Next Ikebana Workshop, Class, Demonstration in Wye Valley, Wales, UK

Spring Term 2018
Date: 9th January and 15th February. 27th February and 29th March.

Day: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday daily

Time: 10:00-12:00, 13:00-15:00

Optional: New! Kimono wearing (Free)

Cost: £50 includes floral materials to take home, drinks and snacks.
Please arrive at 09:30 for morning session, 12:30 for afternoon session if you wish to wear a Kimono

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10% discount when you book for 2 participants.

One person will free if 4 participants on a same booking

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Tamayo Hussey
She uses Ikebana form for her art work. She has returned from Holland and starts her class again in January 2018.