(noun) 1. The seed-producing structure of an angiosperm; 2. a plant cultivated for its blossoms Arrange Like an Egyptian The earliest known practice of arranging flowers dates to ancient Egypt. Historical records show that Egyptians were decorating with flowers as early as 2500 B.C. The art of flower arranging was an important part of the culture; highly stylized arrangements were used for special occasions. Images of preserved flowers and flower parts in fine detail have been found in ...

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