College Emblem in Bloom

30th June 2006 11:16am - Return to press releases

Level 3 Floristry students present the College Emblem in an original flower arrangement.

Floristry students from East Riding College have recently designed the College Emblem in fresh flowers and donated it to the College learning Resource Centre.

Level 3 Floristry students designed and completed the Colleges' Emblem in fresh cut flowers as part of their course work. Their work was then donated to the Colleges' Learning Resource Centre to be hung up for everyone to enjoy.

Flowers used were: Delphiniums, Trachelium, Alchemilla mollis, Laurel leaves, Ivy, China Grass, Eleagnus, Equisetum, Kemit Chrysanthemum and Hebe.

Alison Cox, Course tutor said "The students planned and designed the emblem as a team, using natural materials, they have done a fantastic job in creating this piece of floral artwork."