Agapanthus is a round flower ball that grows on a single, bare stem. The buds may be closed when you receive them and opened as they become hydrated.
Agapanthus flower heads are rather large, so I put a single bloom right down at the bottom part of the bouquet.
You may have to knead the thick stem gently, allow it to bend it's head forward without breaking or snapping in two.
I use more leather leaf fern as I finish up the bouquet.
I gently lay another stem of leather leaf fern at the bottom, taking care that it doesn't cover up any of the heads of these lovely flowers.
If you have to, snip off the top portion of the fern or strip off some bottom laterals to get just the amount of fern you need.
Tape the final fern stems into place with floral tape.
Continue adding ferns and flowers until you are satisfied with the overall look.