A Fluffy and Soft Bouquet with Snowstorm+ Roses

I hope you like my creation!

By: DMITRY TURCAN | 09-12-2020 | 1 min read
Floral Designs Roses

Hi, this time I'd like to talk about my fluffy and soft bouquet with Snowstorm+ roses.

Rooted in Floristry

Living in St. Petersburg, I am the founder of an online school, the Turcan Flower School, which is completely in the Russian language, so do not forget to turn on your auto-translate when you visit this page. After doing so you can easily discover my videos with tutorials and DIY. Besides my Flower School I own the Turcan Flower Bureau in St. Petersburg. I combine a flower shop, and an area to organize offline and online workshops, and also a place for holding meetings, discussions and presentations not necessarily related to floristry.  

Rose Snowstorm+

You can understand that, as a professional florist, I get in touch with a lot of growers and breeders. People asking me to see the flowers and create my beauty with those flowers. That is also something I did with the Snowstorm+ roses. I received these roses from grower Rift Valley Roses via Dümmen Orange, the breeder. I decided to create a fluffy and soft bouquet with Snowstorm+ roses.   Dmitry Turcan on Thursd. - Snowstorm roses - A soft bouquet with Snowstorm+ roses

The Snowstorm+ Roses Will Be available Next January

I know the roses will be available to the markets somewhere next January, and you can read more about it in the article Dümmen Orange introduces Snowstorm roses.  


A Fluffy and Soft Bouquet with Snowstorm+ Roses

I hope you like my creation!     See you next time, Dmitry   2500 Dandelions and 15 Bottles of Hairspray - Dmitry Turcan on Thursd. - Featured

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Dmitry Turcan

Dmitry Turcan is a one of the most recognisable Russian-speaking floral artists. He is the founder of the online school of floristics Turcan International Flower School. Born into a family of florists, Dmitry from an early age began to absorb the culture of flowers and learned the basics of floristic art. His unique style began to emerge in Italy where he lived for 8 years. Western Europe taught him to create minimalistic and concise objects. The style started to evolve when he moved to Azerbaijan, chic and abundance were deeply valued in that culture. So this combination of incompatible — luxury and restraint — formed the basis of Dmitry’s style in floristry, in which he continues to improve today. A winner of many awards including Best in Show and Gold at the 2018 Singapore Garden Festival he was the designer who created the magnificent Lady Gaga floral piano.



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