I have two more flower lessons going up and I think I have been doing a lot of them because I have been getting into flower gardening this year. I didn't plant any of these flowers, but they are among my favorite on my flower list. For the fourth lesson of the day I will show you "how to draw a stephanotis,/strong>", step by step. Stephanotis flowers are usually enjoyed during the summer months. They are all white and very beautiful when grown in full bloom. These flowers would make a great display on a trellis because they are a climbing flower or plant. They have big thick leaves, and their blooms or flowers grow in a group or congested cluster by having at least ten flower blooms to one branch. They are also very fragrant which makes them an even more desirable summer flower plant species to include in a flower bed garden. Anyways, this is going to be a very simple tutorial to follow because the flowers are star shaped, and chunky. I will be back in a bit so try and stay tuned in to see what other flowers I have for you. Peace out people and enjoy!