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Debra Prinzing's book, also titled Slow Flowers, demonstrates that all four seasons have their own botanical character to be celebrated.

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Find fresh local flowers for your stunning wedding arrangements, gift bouquet, or a dazzling centerpiece. Locate environmentally kind florists and floral designers in any state.

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Slow Flowers is a movement to help people find the best U.S. floral designers who are committed to sourcing from American flower farms. Together, we can help American flowers flourish!

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Jun
18

Just Imagine!

Whether you are a professional florist or a novice in the flower world this class is designed to teach real connection to your occasion. More info >

Aug
03

The Farmer Florist: Masters Workshop

Study the art of growing & sustaining an American grown flower farm: Well over a decade in the making. this workshop examines what it takes to build a successful flower farm & farmer florist business. More info >

Aug
07

Floral Dying Class w Sasha Duerr

For this class we are very excited to be partnering with natural dye expert, Sasha Duerr. Sasha is an artist and designer who works with natural dyes and fibers, creatively repurposing our everyday environment into vibrant organic color. More info >

Featured Article

Modern Farmer: A Cut Above
March 15, 2016

Flowers Grown in the United States are fresher and subject to stricter labor and environmental laws. So why do imported blooms... Continue reading >

Featured Article

Why American-Grown Flowers Are the Latest Valentine's Day Trend
February 13, 2016

Still, there's a growing body of evidence that Americans are troubled by the idea of importing a commodity that could easily... Continue reading >