Filoli in Bloom at the Slow Flowers Summit
Thank you to our generous floral donors!
Buckets of beautiful, seasonal flowers - donated by farms, florists and gardeners, and harvested from Filoli Historic House & Garden (c) Missy Palacol
The flowering of the Slow Flowers Summit was made possible by the generous contributions of Slow Flowers Society member farms, growers, florists and individuals who harvested from their gardens. And, most importantly, from the Horticulture Staff at Filoli Historic House & Garden.
The Filoli Floral Takeover in progress (c) Missy Palacol Photography
The cultivated and foraged harvest helped to decorate the Slow Flowers Summit Stage, which featured Susan McLeary's beautiful hanging installation. The flowers appeared throughout the Filoli House during our June 28th "Floral Takeover." And our designers, including Max Gill, Susan McLeary, Teresa Sabankaya, Kellee Matsushita-Tseng, Emily Saeger, Molly Culver and Pilar Zuniga all featured this botanical largesse in their demonstrations.
Thank you to all. Our apologies if we inadvertently missed thanking you as part of our floral donation program. (Please notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org if we missed including you!)
Bonny Doon Garden Co., @bonnydoongarden
Charles Little and Company, @charleslittleandco
Fiddlin Frog Flowers, @fiddlinfrogflowers
Flowers For Food, @kathyles7479
Full Belly Farm, @full_belly_farm
Hollister Hop Yard, @hollisterhopyard
KB Farms, @kbfarms1948
Menagerie Farm and Flower, @menagerieflower
The Posy Express, @theposyexpress
Redwood Wild Florals, @redwoodwildflorals
Regional Farms, @regionalfarms
Resendiz Brothers, @resendizbrothers
Sweet Roots Farm and Floral Design, @sweetrootsfloral
The Floral Source, @thefloralsource
Wildflower and Fern, @wildflowerandfern