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Articles in Green Weddings, Flower Shops and Eco-Design

Your Story. Your Values. Your Flowers: The Nine Top Benefits of Joining Slow Flowers

by Debra Prinzing on

We love connecting with members across the U.S. and Canada who describe their association with the Slow Flowers Movement as an important one, especially when it comes to highlighting the What, How and especially the “WHY” of their own brand.... Read full article

American Floral Story

by Mackenzie Nichols on

Meet Debra Prinzing, founder of the Slow Flowers movement that promotes a sustainable, farm-to-vase approach to fresh flowers.... Read full article

SLOWFLOWERS.COM MARKS FOURTH ANNIVERSARY OF ITS LAUNCH WITH NEW 2.0 ONLINE AND MOBILE PLATFORMS

by Debra Prinzing on

Debra Prinzing's SLOWFLOWERS.COM, a free online directory to American flowers, famers, designers and retailers, reveals new look and functionality... Read full article

Better Blooms for Mom

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On Mother's Day, 750 million cut flowers are imported. Enter the Slow Flowers movement.... Read full article

This Mother's Day, florists and farms say consider buying US-grown flowers

by Enjoli Francis and Eric Noll on

The options to buy U.S.-grown flowers are growing. Slow Flowers, run by Debra Prinzing, is a nationwide online directory for florists to find U.S.-grown flowers.... Read full article

Building a Local Flower Movement

by Jane Tanner, Growing for Market on

The local flower movement is progressing on a national platform and on a more organic, grassroots level of alliances — formal and informal — among flower farms and farms that grow flowers as part of their mix.... Read full article

Shopping Sustainably, Florals Edition

by Everything Bobbi Blog on

We asked Debra Prinzing, founder of American sustainable flower vendors directory Slow Flowers, for tips on shopping for sustainable flowers without breaking the bank... Read full article

Slow Flowers: A Guide to Enjoying Blooms Thoughtfully

by Elena Seegers on

Elena shares her family’s history in the floral trade in London, the stark differences between the practices they were used to versus the industry standard today, and a modern approach to enjoying blooms thoughtfully.... Read full article

Why American-Grown Flowers Are the Latest Valentine's Day Trend

by Robert Klara, Senior Editor ADWEEK on

Still, there's a growing body of evidence that Americans are troubled by the idea of importing a commodity that could easily be grown here, and a growing number of consumers have made it trendy to buy local flowers.... Read full article

THE FARMER AND THE FLORIST INTERVIEW

by Erin Benzakein, floret blog on

Debra is the face and the force behind the “Slow Flower” movement, which focuses on promoting U.S.-grown flowers to conscientious consumers. She launched SlowFlowers.com, a searchable directory of businesses offering domestically-grown blooms.... Read full article

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