May 15, 2020

The Slow Flowers Summit is moving to June 28-29, 2021

Click Above to listen to Debra Prinzing's short announcement

We've decided to RESCHEDULE the Slow Flowers Summit for the same dates, one year later, on June 28-29, 2021, at Filoli Historic House &...

May 7, 2020

Bay Area Summit speaker will share her story and her floristry style in "BRANDING THE SUSTAINABLE FLORAL BUSINESS"

Gorgeous and Green's Pilar Zuniga discusses her values, mission and aesthetic. All photos (c) Lauren Edith Anderson

Pilar Zuniga is lead floral designer a...

April 25, 2020

Jennifer Jewell, Cultivating Place host and author of The Earth in Her Hands

Regarding her lifelong passion for horticulture, Jennifer Jewell admits, “I probably didn’t have a choice.” Growing up with nature-loving parents—her mother, a professional gardener and flora...

April 6, 2020

Susan McLeary (c) Amanda Dumouchelle

"I might see a fashion show, for instance, and think—wow, that collar on that jacket is just amazing, I wonder how that would look made out of carnation petals."

As a designer, artist, educator, and author, Susan McLeary, this year’...

March 5, 2020

It's a perfect launch to the Slow Flowers Summit.
Join us Saturday, June 27 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Our co-host of the Slow Flowers Summit, Teresa Sabankaya of Bonny Doon Garden Co., and author of The Posy Book, has announced a pre-conference dinner at Castle House...

March 5, 2020

#seeingcolorinthegarden by Lorene Edwards Forkner

“Color is really what I’m talking about when I talk about everything,” says artist, writer, educator, and horticulturist Lorene Edwards Forkner. The array of color in nature drives her work, “Seeing Color in the Garden...

January 21, 2020

Above: Flowers from CASFS (left); bouquet designed by Molly Oliver Flowers (right)

For many who have developed an interest in agriculture, the paths that led farmer-florists Kellee Matsushita-Tseng, Emily Saeger, and Molly Culver to flowers may sound familiar. “Farmin...