Simple Freestyle Ikebana For You To Try

Freestyle ikebana, as the name suggests, does not confine to any shape or form of arrangement.

Given a beautiful vase, you are free to choose the type of flowers that you think complement the vase.

You are also given the freedom to arrange the flowers, so that it gives the best balance and harmony.

The flowers must show their most special feature in the arrangement and must express their characteristics. If you achieve that, you are successful.

Below are some examples of freestyle arrangements. Find any beautiful vase at home and flowers ikebana from your garden and try it for yourself.



freestyle ikebana

Container : Blue ceramic triangular vase

Flowers/Foliage : yellow gerberras, bamboo leaves

Mechanics : rectangular Kenzan





freestyle ikebana




Container : Off-white ceramic vase

Flowers/Foliage : red arachnid orchids, maroon gerberras

Mechanics : Kenzan







freestyle ikebana




Container : slightly tall black vase

Flowers/Foliage : yellow chrysanthemums, eucalyptus leaves

Mechanics : Kenzan








freestyle ikebana

Container : small black ceramic vase with opening in the middle

Flowers/Foliage : yellow gerberra, purple eustoma, ophiopogon leaves

Mechanics : Kenzan








freestyle ikebana

Container : small ceramic vase that looks like a mouse

Flowers/Foliage : red carnations, champagne roses, draceana leaves and asparagus ferns

Mechanics : Kenzan










freestyle ikebana

Container : blue ceramic container that looks like a pipe

Flowers/Foliage : orange gerberras, purple carnations and mint fern leaves.

Mechanics : nil









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