National Floral Design Day

In 1995, William F. Weld, Governor of Massachusetts, proclaimed February 28th as Floral Design Day. This day was selected in honor of the birthday of Carl Rittner. Mr. Rittner was a pioneer in floral art education and the founder of the Rittners School of Floral Design in Boston.

You can join in the celebration by picking up a beautiful floral arrangement or creating your own!

In Japan the art of flower arrangement, called ikebana, is a disciplined art form. The cultural appreciation of nature has this remarkably high development of floral art. Arrangements, which are typically asymmetrical, are displayed like paintings or sculpture.

If you are a floral designer. MB HANA offers an excellent tool holder to keep your floral shears protected and within reach. Our Top Grain Leather Tool Holster provides a handy place to stash your sharp scissors between snips.
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