The report covers the Top 10 Emerging Themes important to the Slow Flowers Community and it is released widely via channels like the Slow Flowers Podcast, social mass media and press releases. We’d love your insight for 2017. Share your ideas and add your voice once we compile the most important ideas, insights and themes for bloom farming and floral design.
Give us five minutes of your energy and answer a few questions by following Survey Link below. LAST Demand your Harvest-Home-Holiday Submissions! Fourteen days ago we delivered the first Call for Images for our 2016-2017 Slow Flowers PR Campaign. If you have content to share, we’d like to include one example or even more of your design work using local and seasonal botanicals.
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The Harvest-Home-Holiday editorial package will be distributed nationally to lifestyle editors and bloggers. Don’t miss out on this excellent chance to get released! We spoke with Lisa Waud of Pot & Box, and Debra Prinzing of Slow Flowers about all of the greatness that is Detroit Flower Week or DFW. Fast forward a year later to today, and Lisa is ready to leave her mark on history once more with help from some trail blazing flower friends like Debra.
Debra is a champ of American grown plants assisting to promote recognition and intake of the blooms grown up in the U.S. Such a dynamic duo that people were lucky to have time to chat with! Debra Prinzing and numerous associates of the Slow Flowers Community join Lisa Waud of The Flower House and container & container at the inspiring floral convergence of design, art, storytelling and farming. Week here Learning much more about Detroit Blossom. Follow this connect to grab your tickets!
Event florals will be created by Slow Flowers member Alethea Harampolis of Studio Choo and Homestead Design Collective. Reserve your supper solution here! Russian River Flower School hosts the next Slow Flowers Creative Workshop. Spaces are for sale to this phenomenal program still. Debra Prinzing will teach “floral storytelling” and partner with Dundee Butcher to use local flowers in our expanded design process that includes each student making a video short on her behalf or his own use. Sign up and Details web page link here. Click here to hear a Q&A with Dundee and Debra as they discuss the workshop.
Holly Chapple and Hope Flower Farm present the first Flowerstock, two days of presentations and talks by renowned floral designers, a marketplace of vendors, bloom playtime, live music, food trucks, barn dancing, glamping and campfires! Slow Flowers is very happy to sponsor this special gathering of our flower friends. We’re also excited that Holly and individuals of Flower Stock will design and produce one of our Floral Style Fashion images for American Flowers Week 2017!