Other written works by James DelPrince include co-authoring The AIFD Guide to Floral Design: Terms, Techniques, and Traditions, as well as a chapter in F. Dudley's A Centennial History of the American Florist. Future appearances include the American Institute of Floral Designers Southern Regional Conference (April 2012) and the AIFD National Symposium (July 2012).
About the Author.
SECTION ONE: PLANTS IN THE INTERIOR.
1. Keeping Plants Indoors.
2. Plant Uses and Plant Opportunities.
3. Cultivation versus Aesthetics.
4. International Code of Botanical Nomenclature: How it Works.
5. Interior Plant History.
SECTION TWO: DESIGN.
6. Principles of Interior Planting Design.
7. Elements of Interior Planting Design.
8. Complementary Product and Design Services.
SECTION THREE: SCIENCE.
11. Water and Soil.
12. Insect Pests.
SECTION FOUR: BUSINESS.
14. Business Management.
List of Indoor Plants.
"This Textbook will fill a need in an area that will become more important in years to come as employers realize the benefit and effect of a well designed interior plantscape for its employees."— Paul A. Thomas, PhD, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
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