Single, larger blossom flowers, such as roses, carnations, zinnias, tulips or lilies, usually make up the focal points of a piece. Taller stems with multiple flowers can balance things nicely. Delphinium, gladiolus, and snapdragon are good examples of flowers that can add extra height and texture. "Filler" flowers, or stems with many small buds, are great for topping of a bouquet with a full and delicate look.
There are several types of line in an arrangement. Lines can express different moods and feelings just by the direction they are placed. Line provides a pathway for the eye to follow throughout the arrangement. The three main types of line are actual line, implied line, and psychic line.