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About Us:

Slow Flowers is an online directory to help you find florists, studio designers, wedding and event planners, supermarket flower departments and flower farmers who are committed to using American grown flowers. Read more here

About Debra Prinzing:

Debra Prinzing is a Seattle-based outdoor living expert who writes and lectures on gardens and home design. She has a background in textiles, journalism, landscape design and horticulture. 

A frequent speaker for botanical garden, horticultural society and flower show audiences, Debra is also a regular radio and television guest. She is the author of Slow Flowers (St. Lynn’s Press, 2013); The 50 Mile Bouquet: Local, Seasonal and Sustainable Flowers (St. Lynn’s Press, April 2012); Stylish Sheds and Elegant Hideaways (Clarkson-Potter/Random House, 2008), a Garden Writers Association Gold Award book, and The Abundant Garden (2005). Debra is the producer/host of the weekly "Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing," found on Itunes and

Debra is a contributing garden editor for Better Homes & Gardens and her feature stories on architecture and design appear regularly in the Los Angeles Times’ Home section.  She writes for top shelter and consumer publications, including Country Gardens, Sunset, Garden Design, Organic Gardening, Horticulture, Fine Gardening, Cottages & Bungalows, Metropolitan Home, Landscape Architecture, Alaska Airlines Magazine, This Old House, Old House Interiors, GRAY and Romantic Homes, among others.

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Recent Media Coverage:

America's Flowers Field Position Blog: "She is Going to Change Valentine's Day Forever" - "Into Local Food? How About Local Flowers?
Sunset Magazine  - "Local Flowers"#1 Trend for 2014 
Los Angeles Times - "Sustainable Valentine's Day Flowers: Your Online Options are Blooming"
Heritage Radio Network - "Sustainable Valentine's Day Flowers"
We Dig Plants Podcast - "Slow Flowers" 
Huffington Post - "Stop and Smell the Sustainable Flowers"
Garden Rant Guest Post: "It's Valentine's Day. Do You Know Where Your Roses Came From?"

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May 12, 2014: Announcing launch