All of the Flower Saddles on this page are curved


12" and 18" Saddles are curved with prongs to hold styrofoam. Secure foam for outdoor use. Saddles can be used for several type projects. If flat saddles are needed, please contact us for availability and pricing.


6" Hugger

6" Saddle Baby
Flower Saddle

Curved Floral Saddle

Curved Floral Saddles


Price per each
12 Inch Curved Saddle
18 Inch Curved Saddle

We suggest Designers secure foam to frame with dixon pins, bowel tape or florist wire.

We can also provide Extra Wide saddles for very large tombstones. Please contact us for additional information.

Flowers are displayed in beautiful flower arrangements in flower saddles. This is a metal wire stand that holds cut flower plants in a colorful display.

Flower farming, is a discipline of horticulture concerned with the cultivation of flowering and ornamental plants for gardens and for floristry, comprising the floral industry. The development plant breeding of new varieties is a major occupation of floriculturists.

Floriculture crops include bedding plants, flowering plants, foliage plants or houseplants, cut cultivated greens, and cut flowers. As distinguished from nursery crops, floriculture crops are generally herbaceous. Bedding and garden plants consist of young flowering plants (annuals and perennials) and vegetable plants. They are grown in cell packs (in flats or trays), in pots, or in hanging baskets, usually inside a controlled environment, and sold largely for gardens and landscaping. Geraniums, impatiens, and petunias are the best-selling bedding plants. Chrysanthemums are the major perennial garden plant in the United States.

Flowering plants are largely sold in pots for indoor use. The major flowering plants are poinsettias, orchids, florist chrysanthemums, and finished florist azaleas. Foliage plants are also sold in pots and hanging baskets for indoor and patio use, including larger specimens for office, hotel, and restaurant interiors.

Cut flowers are usually sold in bunches or as bouquets with cut foliage. The production of cut flowers is specifically known as the cut flower industry. Farming flowers and foliage employs special aspects of floriculture, such as spacing, training and pruning plants for optimal flower harvest; and post-harvest treatment such as chemical treatments, storage, preservation and packaging. In Australia and the United States some species are harvested from the wild for the cut flower market.

The flower saddle is what holds the floral arrangements in a beautiful display.

Other florist products:

Smaller florist saddles, commonly used to mount flower arrangement on headstones, are also available. Florist Saddles

Smaller size floral stands, sizes 24 to 48 inches tall. Used by florist to mount flower memorial sprays at funerals. Floral Stands

Tall Florist stands, sizes 48 to 66 inches tall. Used at funerals to mount memorial spray. Florist Stands


Flower Saddles bring you these history lessons:

August 12, 1961

East Germany begins construction of the Berlin Wall

In an effort to stem the tide of refugees attempting to leave East Berlin, the communist government of East Germany begins building the Berlin Wall to divide East and West Berlin. Construction of the wall caused a short-term crisis in U.S.-Soviet bloc relations, and the wall itself came to symbolize the Cold War.

Throughout the 1950s and into the early 1960s, thousands of people from East Berlin crossed over into West Berlin to reunite with families and escape communist repression. In an effort to stop that outflow, the government of East Germany, on the night of August 12, 1961, began to seal off all points of entrance into West Berlin from East Berlin by stringing barbed wire and posting sentries. In the days and weeks to come, construction of a concrete block wall began, complete with sentry towers and minefields around it. The Berlin Wall succeeded in completely sealing off the two sections of Berlin.

The stark division between communist East Berlin and democratic West Berlin served as the subject for numerous editorials and speeches in the United States, while the Soviet bloc characterized the wall as a necessary protection against the degrading and immoral influences of decadent Western culture and capitalism. During the lifetime of the wall, nearly 80 people were killed trying to escape from East to West Berlin. In late 1989, with communist governments falling throughout Eastern Europe, the Berlin Wall was finally opened and then demolished. For many observers, this action was the signal that the Cold War was finally coming to an end.


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