Ikebana 10/8/2014

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I had composed this arrangement of Enkianthus (ドウダンツツジ), Cockscomb (ケイトウ), and Fringed Iris (シャガ).
It was difficult to arrange Fringed Iris, although I used only its leaves.
When we arrange flowers in a vase, we don't use a pinholder (kenzan). Instead of that, we use a trick in a vase to keep their positions as we like.


By the way, do you see what they are?
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They are apples!
I was very surprised to see them. I had thought that growing apples needed a spacious garden. Because its branches grow in all directions. However, these apples are growing along the fence. You don't have to have a spacious garden for them any more if only you have a fence.
That was a great discovery for me.
I want to grow apples like that someday.





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Original Article:

I had composed this arrangement of Enkianthus (ドウダンツツジ) Cockscomb (ケイトウ), and Fringed Iris (シャガ).
It was difficult to arrange Fringed Iris, although I used only its leaves.
When we arrange flowers in a vase, we don't use a pinholder (kenzan). Instead of that, we use a trick in a vase to keep their positions as we like.

By the way, do you see what they are?

They are apples!
I was very surprised to see them. I had thought that growing apples needed a spacious garden. Because its branches grow in all directions. However, these apples are growing along the fence. You don't have to have a spacious garden for them any more if only you have a fence.
That was a great discovery for me.
I want to grow apples like that someday.

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Recommended Corrections:

I had composed this arrangement of Enkianthus (ドウダンツツジ) Cockscomb (ケイトウ), and Fringed Iris (シャガ).
It was difficult to arrange the Fringed Iris, although I used only its leaves.
When we arrange flowers in a vase, we don't use a pinholder (kenzan). Instead of that, we use a trick in a vase to keep their positions as we like.


By the way, do you see what they are?

They are apples!
I was very surprised to see them. I had thought that to grow apples, one needed a spacious garden because an apple tree's branches grow in all directions. However, these apples are growing along a lattice. You don't have to have a spacious garden to grow them any more, so long as you have a lattice or a fence.
This was a great discovery for me.
I want to grow apples like this someday.

Re: English Corrections

Hi, shiroi tora.

Thank you very much for the corrections.
'lattice' was a new word for me. I marked it on my printed dictionary.
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I'm married and we have a son. I live in Hokkaido, Japan.
I like handmade things and Ikebana(arranging flowers).
I hope that you enjoy my articles and photos.

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