"Budding Geniuses to gather at the Slow Flowers Summit" Published June 17, 2022, in The Bedford Record-Review by Joyce Corrigan While the COVID-19 era has seen tremendous loss on the human front, Mother Nature has quietly chalked up a few wins. People traveling less meant gashouse emissions and commercial activities were curtailed, at least for a time, so not only was there cleaner air in New York City, but pumas (the wildcat, not the sneaker) were spotted happily wandering t
A conversation with George Bianco, owner of Red Barn and our Day One Host In planning the 2022 Slow Flowers Summit, it became apparent that we needed a second location where we attendees might gather on Sunday, June 26 to learn from presenters, participate in the floral takeover, and attend the evening welcome reception. Thankfully, Xenia D'Ambrosi of Sweet Earth Co., a Slow Flowers member and our local host (and speaker), introduced us to her friend George Bianco. The two me
Red Twig Farms is a returning Slow Flowers Summit sponsor, this year at as one of our two Presenting Sponsors. We welcome Red Twig Farms' support and value their leadership role in the Slow Flowers community, including as a member and major sponsor of Slow Flowers Society. Debra Prinzing recently spoke with Lindsey McCullough, who operates Red Twig Farms along with her husband and flower farmer Josh McCullough, for an update on their activities. Q. Thank you so much for suppo
Meet Philippe Gouze, floral designer and Director of Operations of Blue Hill Restaurant at Stone Barns, where we are holding our special Slow Flowers Summit dinner on Monday, June 27th. As part of the Slow Flowers Summit, Philippe and Shannon Algiere will kick off our Day Two program with a presentation called "The Flowers at Stone Barns Center & Blue Hill." On Day Three, he will be part of our Floral Immersion, demonstrating to attendees the design and installation process o
For the second consecutive year, CalFlowers is supporting the Slow Flowers Summit, this year as a generous Presenting Sponsor. We welcome CalFlowers' support and are eager to learn more about their leadership role in the floral industry. Slow Flowers Society is an affiliated member of CalFlowers.
Debra Prinzing recently spoke with CalFlowers' executive director Steve Dionne for an update on the organization's inspiring floral promotion effort: Q. Tell us about CalFlowers, it