The Minneapolis Star Tribune's Mary Jane Smetanka covers the upcoming Slow Flowers Summit for Twin Cities readers! The article quotes our founder Debra Prinzing of Slow Flowers, and our co-host Christine Hoffman of Twin Cities Flower Exchange. Check out the full story here!
The Len Busch customer base includes florists in Minnesota, North and South Dakotas, Iowa, Montana, Wisconsin and Nebraska. "Minnesota Grown and Wildly Fragrant" The Slow Flowers Summit has been invited to spend the afternoon of Tuesday, July 2nd, at Len Busch Roses. With the tagline: "Minnesota Grown and Wildly Fragrant," Len Busch Roses is the only remaining major commercial grower of roses and other cut flowers in the central part of the U.S. Len Busch is a diversified U.S
We're so excited to announce the addition of book sales and T-shirt sales at the Slow Flowers Summit. Here's who and what you'll meet on July 1st at the Paikka Event Center during Day One of the conference: First, Slow Flowers' founder Debra Prinzing will have copies of The 50 Mile Bouquet and Slow Flowers for your purchase. She is happy to personally inscribe copies for you. We've also invited two special Slow Flowers members and friends of the Summit to have their books on
We are so very excited to announce that Twin Cities' own craft maker of spirits and liqueurs, Tattersall Distilling, will be pouring their "Mayapple" cocktail for Slow Flowers Summit attendees! And what's more, thanks to Christine Hoffman of Twin Cities Flower Exchange's friendship with them, Tattersall is donating its fabulous cocktail for our happy hour on Monday evening, July 1st! Here's more about Tattersall Distilling: Tattersall Distilling is one of the most successful