In The Sims 2: Open for Business, the talent badge is attained by arranging flowers using the "That Smells Great!" Floral Workstation. As Sims craft more flowers, they will gain experience and eventually achieve the Talent Badge. Higher level talent badges will enable Sims to arrange the flowers faster. It also unlocks more types of flower arrangements that can be crafted. These crafted flowers can be sold in a florist business. Higher Creativity skill will make Sims earn this badge faster. If The Sims 2 Freetime is installed, performing this activity will raise enthusiasm for the Arts and Craftshobby.
A Daisy Bouquet costs §36 to craft and sells for §40.
Learning not to jam the flowers into vases really hard has let (Sim) make arrangements with more delicate flowers. That deserves a Bronze Flower Arranging Talent Badge!
A Wildflower Bouquet costs §47 to craft and sells for §55. A Tulip Bouquet costs §61 to craft and sells for §70.
Understanding how to get expensive flowers to look great in a display without taking all day to do it has won (Sim) a Silver Flower Arranging Talent Badge!
Mixed Flower Bouquets
A Mixed Flower Bouquet costs §68 to craft and sells for §85. A Rose Bouquet costs §96 to craft and sells for §120.
The countless hours of manipulating flowers has taught (Sim) how to blend the scents of various blooms to create a powerful refreshing scent for anyone nearby. Such mastery calls for a Gold Flower arranging Talent Badge!
Flower arranging returns as a skill in The Sims 4: Seasons and is attained by arranging flowers using the "Violets are Blue" Flower Arranging Table. Increasing this skill allows a Sim to create different types of flower arrangements, using a wider variety of flowers the higher the skill gets. They also get to scent their arrangements with different flowers at a certain level, causing Sims to have a emotional response to that arrangement.