Remember how I quit working for Disney so that I could go to Floral Design School? Well, mostly the class was a waste of time and money (I learned squat-diddly* the first two weeks and only how to weave different things out of grass the last week), but it did at least show me that I would never want to do flowers as a Have To (aka full-time Job), but that I'd rather keep it as a hobby/on the side type of thing. Also, there were some fun people in the class, so that wasn't all bad, either.
Anyway, pictures** from FDS.
*BYU's Begining Floral Design course is way, way better in terms of quality and quantity learning. You at least get living flowers for every arrangement at BYU, and you also learn the names to all the products you are working with.