Progressive and sustainably-minded floral pros meet for the Slow Flowers Summit
Note: This article appears in the October 2019 issue of Florists' Review Magazine
Since its inaugural conference in 2017, the Slow Flowers Summit has given attendees a chance to learn from artists, innovators, thought leaders and practitioners whose commitment to domestic flowers is the core mission of the Slow Flowers Movement.
The third annual Slow Flowers Summit drew 130 attendees from twenty-one U.S. states and one Canadian province for three full days of programming. Summit guests heard from 10 inspirational speakers and enjoyed four floral tours, a farm dinner and three design demonstrations, including an interactive, foam-free, large-scale installation.
The Summit took place June 30, July 1-2 during American Flowers Week. Twin Cities Flower Exchange and Bailey Nurseries Inc., both Minnesota-based, partnered with Slow Flowers to present the event.
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