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episode 289: redefining “harvest” with designers and authors stefani bittner and alethea harampolis of homestead design collective
episode 288: slow flowers visits arizona’s whipstone farm with shanti rade
episode 287: putting succulents on the floral map, with nurseryman and author robin stockwell, the succulent guy
“succulents are the conservationists of the plant world” — robin stockwell
episode 286: growing growers: news from association of specialty cut flower growers president dave dowling and regional director lennie larkin plus a bonus interview with elizabeth bryant
episode 285 dandelion house farm’s debbie bosworth and the new england farmer-florist connection
episode 284: wedding coordinator aimée newlander and the new slow weddings network
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studio choo
jill rizzo
harvest
lilac flower cream
makes two 16-ounce jars
stef and alethea
northwest flower & garden show
instructions for the artichoke arrangement:

instructions for lemongrass salt scrub
instructions for marigold bitters (amaro)
simple syrup
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
update:
whipstone farm
shanti and cory rade
slow flowers arizona
terri schuett
happy vine flowers
dani baker
whipstone farm’s flower manager
anne herman jensen
tre soli
field to vase dinner
morgan anderson
the.flori.culture,
lindsay statler
green creek gardens
melissa & les saltzman
alaska peony growers association
alaskan legacy peonies
shanti came into farming by chance
cory is a self-taught farmer
anne jensen
terri schuett
yavapai college
find whipstone farm on facebook
follow whipstone farm on instagram
see whipstone farm on pinterest
discover whipstone farm on twitter
find terri schuett/happy vine flowers on instagram
find dani baker on instagram
find anne jensen on instagram
find morgan anderson on instagram
find lindsay statler on instagram
the slow flowers podcast
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
robin stockwell
windmill gardens
john and ansje degoede
ben degoede
wendy pedersen
2017 floral industry theme
windmill floral studio
find windmill gardens/floral studio on facebook
follow windmill gardens/floral studio on twitter
follow windmill floral studio on instagram
robin stockwell
succulent gardens nursery
garden conservancy
ruth bancroft garden
heather farm
susie nadler
flora grubb
 
baylor chapman
julie chai
succulents: the ultimate guide to choosing, designing and growing 200 easy care plants
kathy brenzel
the succulent guy
find robin stockwell, the succulent guy, on facebook
follow robin stockwell, the succulent guy, on instagram
succulents
post a photo of one of your succulent arrangements
slow flowers community page on facebook
robin stockwell’s succulent tips for floral designers
my go-to vase for stunning arrangements is a 7-inch tall white ceramic pedestal dish.
kevin larkin 
slow flowers podcast
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
pacific northwest cut flower growers
dave dowling
ednie flower bulb co.
association of specialty cut flower growers
lennie larkin
b. side farm & floral design
elizabeth bryant
rose hill flower farm
kailla platt
slow food usa
pnw cut flower growers
blooming on the inside
okay, next up, dave dowling and lennie larkin.
association of specialty cut flower growers
dave dowling scholarship
ednie flower bulb
b-side farm
ucsc farm and garden
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
floral industry insights for 2017
micro-regionalism
pacific northwest cut flower growers’
ohio flower farmers
susan studer king
buckeye blooms
debbie bosworth
dandelion house flower farm
slow flowers movement
new england farmer-florist connection
jill landry
beach plum flora
monica o’malley-tavares
prince snow farm
anna jane kocon
little state flower co.
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
syndicate sales
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
andrew brenlan
kinetictreefitness.com
valentine’s day
anne bradfield
jason miller
slow flowers creative workshop
in seattle on march 6th and 7th
sunday, july 2nd
slow flowers summit
slow flowers movement
2017 slow flowers summit
american flowers week
june 28 through july 4th
american institute of floral designers
amy stewart
10th anniversary
flower confidential
teresa sabankaya
bonny doon garden co.
chantal aida gordon
the horticult
diversity in the floral and horticulture
leslie bennett
pine house edible gardens
riz reyes
rhr horticulture
nicole cordier wahlquist
grace flowers hawaii
emily ellen anderson
lola creative
lisa waud
pot & box
the flower house
detroit flower week
james baggett
aimée newlander
aimée
teresa sabankaya
aimée
weddings by aimée
aimée
slow weddings network
slow weddings network
aimée
 newlander
aimée
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
longfield gardens
syndicate sales
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
shellandtree.com
.
b
debra prinzing 
slow flowers
stefani bittner
alethea harampolis
homestead design collective
leslie bennett
studio choo
jill rizzo
harvest
lilac flower cream
makes two 16-ounce jars
stef and alethea
northwest flower & garden show
instructions for the artichoke arrangement:

instructions for lemongrass salt scrub
instructions for marigold bitters (amaro)
simple syrup
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
update:
whipstone farm
shanti and cory rade
slow flowers arizona
terri schuett
happy vine flowers
dani baker
whipstone farm’s flower manager
anne herman jensen
tre soli
field to vase dinner
morgan anderson
the.flori.culture,
lindsay statler
green creek gardens
melissa & les saltzman
alaska peony growers association
alaskan legacy peonies
shanti came into farming by chance
cory is a self-taught farmer
anne jensen
terri schuett
yavapai college
find whipstone farm on facebook
follow whipstone farm on instagram
see whipstone farm on pinterest
discover whipstone farm on twitter
find terri schuett/happy vine flowers on instagram
find dani baker on instagram
find anne jensen on instagram
find morgan anderson on instagram
find lindsay statler on instagram
the slow flowers podcast
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
robin stockwell
windmill gardens
john and ansje degoede
ben degoede
wendy pedersen
2017 floral industry theme
windmill floral studio
find windmill gardens/floral studio on facebook
follow windmill gardens/floral studio on twitter
follow windmill floral studio on instagram
robin stockwell
succulent gardens nursery
garden conservancy
ruth bancroft garden
heather farm
susie nadler
flora grubb
 
baylor chapman
julie chai
succulents: the ultimate guide to choosing, designing and growing 200 easy care plants
kathy brenzel
the succulent guy
find robin stockwell, the succulent guy, on facebook
follow robin stockwell, the succulent guy, on instagram
succulents
post a photo of one of your succulent arrangements
slow flowers community page on facebook
robin stockwell’s succulent tips for floral designers
my go-to vase for stunning arrangements is a 7-inch tall white ceramic pedestal dish.
kevin larkin 
slow flowers podcast
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
pacific northwest cut flower growers
dave dowling
ednie flower bulb co.
association of specialty cut flower growers
lennie larkin
b. side farm & floral design
elizabeth bryant
rose hill flower farm
kailla platt
slow food usa
pnw cut flower growers
blooming on the inside
okay, next up, dave dowling and lennie larkin.
association of specialty cut flower growers
dave dowling scholarship
ednie flower bulb
b-side farm
ucsc farm and garden
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
floral industry insights for 2017
micro-regionalism
pacific northwest cut flower growers’
ohio flower farmers
susan studer king
buckeye blooms
debbie bosworth
dandelion house flower farm
slow flowers movement
new england farmer-florist connection
jill landry
beach plum flora
monica o’malley-tavares
prince snow farm
anna jane kocon
little state flower co.
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
syndicate sales
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
andrew brenlan
kinetictreefitness.com
valentine’s day
anne bradfield
jason miller
slow flowers creative workshop
in seattle on march 6th and 7th
sunday, july 2nd
slow flowers summit
slow flowers movement
2017 slow flowers summit
american flowers week
june 28 through july 4th
american institute of floral designers
amy stewart
10th anniversary
flower confidential
teresa sabankaya
bonny doon garden co.
chantal aida gordon
the horticult
diversity in the floral and horticulture
leslie bennett
pine house edible gardens
riz reyes
rhr horticulture
nicole cordier wahlquist
grace flowers hawaii
emily ellen anderson
lola creative
lisa waud
pot & box
the flower house
detroit flower week
james baggett
aimée newlander
aimée
teresa sabankaya
aimée
weddings by aimée
aimée
slow weddings network
slow weddings network
aimée
 newlander
aimée
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
longfield gardens
syndicate sales
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
shellandtree.com
.
i
debra prinzing 
slow flowers
stefani bittner
alethea harampolis
homestead design collective
leslie bennett
studio choo
jill rizzo
harvest
lilac flower cream
makes two 16-ounce jars
stef and alethea
northwest flower & garden show
instructions for the artichoke arrangement:

instructions for lemongrass salt scrub
instructions for marigold bitters (amaro)
simple syrup
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
update:
whipstone farm
shanti and cory rade
slow flowers arizona
terri schuett
happy vine flowers
dani baker
whipstone farm’s flower manager
anne herman jensen
tre soli
field to vase dinner
morgan anderson
the.flori.culture,
lindsay statler
green creek gardens
melissa & les saltzman
alaska peony growers association
alaskan legacy peonies
shanti came into farming by chance
cory is a self-taught farmer
anne jensen
terri schuett
yavapai college
find whipstone farm on facebook
follow whipstone farm on instagram
see whipstone farm on pinterest
discover whipstone farm on twitter
find terri schuett/happy vine flowers on instagram
find dani baker on instagram
find anne jensen on instagram
find morgan anderson on instagram
find lindsay statler on instagram
the slow flowers podcast
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
robin stockwell
windmill gardens
john and ansje degoede
ben degoede
wendy pedersen
2017 floral industry theme
windmill floral studio
find windmill gardens/floral studio on facebook
follow windmill gardens/floral studio on twitter
follow windmill floral studio on instagram
robin stockwell
succulent gardens nursery
garden conservancy
ruth bancroft garden
heather farm
susie nadler
flora grubb
 
baylor chapman
julie chai
succulents: the ultimate guide to choosing, designing and growing 200 easy care plants
kathy brenzel
the succulent guy
find robin stockwell, the succulent guy, on facebook
follow robin stockwell, the succulent guy, on instagram
succulents
post a photo of one of your succulent arrangements
slow flowers community page on facebook
robin stockwell’s succulent tips for floral designers
my go-to vase for stunning arrangements is a 7-inch tall white ceramic pedestal dish.
kevin larkin 
slow flowers podcast
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
pacific northwest cut flower growers
dave dowling
ednie flower bulb co.
association of specialty cut flower growers
lennie larkin
b. side farm & floral design
elizabeth bryant
rose hill flower farm
kailla platt
slow food usa
pnw cut flower growers
blooming on the inside
okay, next up, dave dowling and lennie larkin.
association of specialty cut flower growers
dave dowling scholarship
ednie flower bulb
b-side farm
ucsc farm and garden
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
floral industry insights for 2017
micro-regionalism
pacific northwest cut flower growers’
ohio flower farmers
susan studer king
buckeye blooms
debbie bosworth
dandelion house flower farm
slow flowers movement
new england farmer-florist connection
jill landry
beach plum flora
monica o’malley-tavares
prince snow farm
anna jane kocon
little state flower co.
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
syndicate sales
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
andrew brenlan
kinetictreefitness.com
valentine’s day
anne bradfield
jason miller
slow flowers creative workshop
in seattle on march 6th and 7th
sunday, july 2nd
slow flowers summit
slow flowers movement
2017 slow flowers summit
american flowers week
june 28 through july 4th
american institute of floral designers
amy stewart
10th anniversary
flower confidential
teresa sabankaya
bonny doon garden co.
chantal aida gordon
the horticult
diversity in the floral and horticulture
leslie bennett
pine house edible gardens
riz reyes
rhr horticulture
nicole cordier wahlquist
grace flowers hawaii
emily ellen anderson
lola creative
lisa waud
pot & box
the flower house
detroit flower week
james baggett
aimée newlander
aimée
teresa sabankaya
aimée
weddings by aimée
aimée
slow weddings network
slow weddings network
aimée
 newlander
aimée
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
longfield gardens
syndicate sales
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
shellandtree.com
.
em debra prinzing 
slow flowers
stefani bittner
alethea harampolis
homestead design collective
leslie bennett
studio choo
jill rizzo
harvest
lilac flower cream
makes two 16-ounce jars
stef and alethea
northwest flower & garden show
instructions for the artichoke arrangement:

instructions for lemongrass salt scrub
instructions for marigold bitters (amaro)
simple syrup
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
update:
whipstone farm
shanti and cory rade
slow flowers arizona
terri schuett
happy vine flowers
dani baker
whipstone farm’s flower manager
anne herman jensen
tre soli
field to vase dinner
morgan anderson
the.flori.culture,
lindsay statler
green creek gardens
melissa & les saltzman
alaska peony growers association
alaskan legacy peonies
shanti came into farming by chance
cory is a self-taught farmer
anne jensen
terri schuett
yavapai college
find whipstone farm on facebook
follow whipstone farm on instagram
see whipstone farm on pinterest
discover whipstone farm on twitter
find terri schuett/happy vine flowers on instagram
find dani baker on instagram
find anne jensen on instagram
find morgan anderson on instagram
find lindsay statler on instagram
the slow flowers podcast
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
robin stockwell
windmill gardens
john and ansje degoede
ben degoede
wendy pedersen
2017 floral industry theme
windmill floral studio
find windmill gardens/floral studio on facebook
follow windmill gardens/floral studio on twitter
follow windmill floral studio on instagram
robin stockwell
succulent gardens nursery
garden conservancy
ruth bancroft garden
heather farm
susie nadler
flora grubb
 
baylor chapman
julie chai
succulents: the ultimate guide to choosing, designing and growing 200 easy care plants
kathy brenzel
the succulent guy
find robin stockwell, the succulent guy, on facebook
follow robin stockwell, the succulent guy, on instagram
succulents
post a photo of one of your succulent arrangements
slow flowers community page on facebook
robin stockwell’s succulent tips for floral designers
my go-to vase for stunning arrangements is a 7-inch tall white ceramic pedestal dish.
kevin larkin 
slow flowers podcast
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
pacific northwest cut flower growers
dave dowling
ednie flower bulb co.
association of specialty cut flower growers
lennie larkin
b. side farm & floral design
elizabeth bryant
rose hill flower farm
kailla platt
slow food usa
pnw cut flower growers
blooming on the inside
okay, next up, dave dowling and lennie larkin.
association of specialty cut flower growers
dave dowling scholarship
ednie flower bulb
b-side farm
ucsc farm and garden
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
floral industry insights for 2017
micro-regionalism
pacific northwest cut flower growers’
ohio flower farmers
susan studer king
buckeye blooms
debbie bosworth
dandelion house flower farm
slow flowers movement
new england farmer-florist connection
jill landry
beach plum flora
monica o’malley-tavares
prince snow farm
anna jane kocon
little state flower co.
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
seattle wholesale growers market
longfield gardens
syndicate sales
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
andrew brenlan
kinetictreefitness.com
valentine’s day
anne bradfield
jason miller
slow flowers creative workshop
in seattle on march 6th and 7th
sunday, july 2nd
slow flowers summit
slow flowers movement
2017 slow flowers summit
american flowers week
june 28 through july 4th
american institute of floral designers
amy stewart
10th anniversary
flower confidential
teresa sabankaya
bonny doon garden co.
chantal aida gordon
the horticult
diversity in the floral and horticulture
leslie bennett
pine house edible gardens
riz reyes
rhr horticulture
nicole cordier wahlquist
grace flowers hawaii
emily ellen anderson
lola creative
lisa waud
pot & box
the flower house
detroit flower week
james baggett
aimée newlander
aimée
teresa sabankaya
aimée
weddings by aimée
aimée
slow weddings network
slow weddings network
aimée
 newlander
aimée
certified american grown flowers
arctic alaska peonies
longfield gardens
syndicate sales
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
shellandtree.com
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homestead design collective http://www.homesteaddesigncollective.com/
leslie bennett http://pinehouseediblegardens.com/
the beautiful edible garden http://www.homesteaddesigncollective.com/the-beautiful-edible-garden
studio choo http://studiochoo.com/
jill rizzo http://studiochoo.com/jill-rizzo/
the flower recipe book and the wreath recipe book http://studiochoo.com/buy-the-books/
you can find that episode here. http://www.debraprinzing.com/2014/11/05/slow-flowers-podcast-studio-choos-jill-rizzo-and-alethea-harampolis-on-the-wreath-recipe-book-episode-166/
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northwest flower & garden show http://www.gardenshow.com/seminars/speaker-info/stefani-bittner/
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americangrownflowers.org http://americangrownflowers.org/
arcticalaskapeonies.com http://arcticalaskapeonies.com/
seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com http://seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com/
lfgardens.com http://lfgardens.com/
ascfg.org http://www.ascfg.org/
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episode 288: slow flowers visits arizona’s whipstone farm with shanti rade http://www.debraprinzing.com/2017/03/15/episode-288-slow-flowers-visits-arizonas-whipstone-farm-with-shanti-rade/
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“when phoenix bloomed.” http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/phoenix/2016/01/23/japanese-american-flower-growers-who-made-phoenix-bloom/79019904/
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whipstone farm http://whipstone.com/
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happy vine flowers https://www.instagram.com/happyvineflowers/
whipstone farm’s flower manager https://www.instagram.com/mutiny_on_mutations/
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tre soli http://azgardenfresh.blogspot.com/
the.flori.culture, http://www.thefloriculture.com/
who you heard on this podcast last year http://www.debraprinzing.com/2016/06/22/episode-251-ariella-chezars-the-flower-workshop-book-and-morgan-anderson-of-the-flori-cultures-phd-in-yes-floriculture/
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green creek gardens https://www.greencreekgardens.com/
alaska peony growers association http://www.alaskapeonies.org/
alaskan legacy peonies http://www.alaskapeonies.org/farms/alaskan-legacy-peonies.php
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yavapai college https://www.yc.edu/
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find whipstone farm on facebook https://www.facebook.com/whipstonefarm
follow whipstone farm on instagram https://www.instagram.com/whipstonefarm/
see whipstone farm on pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/whipstonefarm/
discover whipstone farm on twitter https://twitter.com/whipstonefarm
find terri schuett/happy vine flowers on instagram https://www.instagram.com/happyvineflowers/
find dani baker on instagram https://www.instagram.com/mutiny_on_mutations/
find anne jensen on instagram https://www.instagram.com/azgardenfresh/
find morgan anderson on instagram https://www.instagram.com/the.flori.culture/
find lindsay statler on instagram https://www.instagram.com/greencreekgardens/
- http://www.debraprinzing.com/2017/03/15/episode-288-slow-flowers-visits-arizonas-whipstone-farm-with-shanti-rade/terridsc00797/
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americangrownflowers.org http://americangrownflowers.org/
arcticalaskapeonies.com http://arcticalaskapeonies.com/
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lfgardens.com http://lfgardens.com/
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episode 287: putting succulents on the floral map, with nurseryman and author robin stockwell, the succulent guy http://www.debraprinzing.com/2017/03/08/episode-287-putting-succulents-on-the-floral-map-with-nurseryman-and-author-robin-stockwell-the-succulent-guy/
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robin stockwell http://thesucculentguy.com/
windmill gardens https://www.windmillgarden.com/home
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2017 floral industry theme http://www.debraprinzing.com/2017/01/04/episode-278-slow-flowers-2017-floral-insights-industry-forecast/
windmill floral studio https://www.windmillgarden.com/windmill-floral-studio
find windmill gardens/floral studio on facebook https://www.facebook.com/windmillgarden/
follow windmill gardens/floral studio on twitter https://twitter.com/windmillgarden
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succulent gardens nursery https://sgplants.com/
we were part of “all in good time,” http://the50milebouquet.com/2012/07/17/fresh-flowers-meet-lush-succulents/
garden conservancy https://www.gardenconservancy.org/
ruth bancroft garden http://www.ruthbancroftgarden.org/
heather farm https://gardenshf.org/
the 50 mile bouquet http://www.debraprinzing.com/books/the-50-mile-bouquet/
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- http://www.debraprinzing.com/2012/05/26/on-the-road-but-trying-to-stay-local/susiesbouquet3/
flora grubb nursery http://www.floragrubb.com/
lila b. flowers http://the50milebouquet.com/2012/07/17/fresh-flowers-meet-lush-succulents/www.lilabdesign.com
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click here to read more about this project and watch a video of its construction! https://sgplants.com/blogs/news/18303003-at-succulent-gardens-we-bring-you-the-world
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succulents: the ultimate guide to choosing, designing and growing 200 easy care plants. http://thesucculentguy.com/my-book/
the succulent guy http://thesucculentguy.com/
find robin stockwell, the succulent guy, on facebook https://www.facebook.com/thesucculentguy
follow robin stockwell, the succulent guy, on instagram https://www.instagram.com/therealsucculentguy/
slow flowers community page on facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/494945047359942/?ref=bookmarks
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jello mold farm’s http://www.jellomoldfarm.com/
corralitos dahlias http://www.corralitosgardens.com/
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americangrownflowers.org http://americangrownflowers.org/
arcticalaskapeonies.com http://arcticalaskapeonies.com/
seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com
http://seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com/
lfgardens.com http://lfgardens.com/
ascfg.org http://www.ascfg.org/
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episode 286: growing growers: news from association of specialty cut flower growers president dave dowling and regional director lennie larkin plus a bonus interview with elizabeth bryant http://www.debraprinzing.com/2017/03/01/episode-286-growing-growers-news-from-association-of-specialty-cut-flower-growers-president-dave-dowling-and-regional-director-lennie-larkin-plus-a-bonus-interview-with-elizabeth-bryant/
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pacific northwest cut flower growers http://pnwcfg.blogspot.com/
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ednie flower bulb co http://www.ednieflowerbulb.com
association of specialty cut flower growers http://ascfg.org/
b. side farm & floral design http://www.b-sidefarm.com/
rose hill flower farm http://www.rosehillflowerfarm.com/
kailla plat http://kaillaplattflowers.com/
here’s a link to their episode. http://www.debraprinzing.com/2014/08/06/slow-flowers-podcast-farmer-florist-news-from-gretel-adams-elizabeth-bryant-and-kailla-platt-episode-153/
blooming on the inside https://www.givegab.com/nonprofits/mercy-corps-northwest/campaigns/blooming-on-the-inside
blooming on the inside’s https://www.givegab.com/nonprofits/mercy-corps-northwest/campaigns/blooming-on-the-inside
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lennie is a past guest of this podcast http://www.debraprinzing.com/2015/04/08/floral-friendship-the-florist-betany-coffland-of-chloris-floral-and-the-farmer-lennie-larkin-of-b-side-farms-episode-188/
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www.b-sidefarm.com/b-side-blog/how-to-become-a-farmer-florist http://www.b-sidefarm.com/b-side-blog/how-to-become-a-farmer-florist
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americangrownflowers.org http://americangrownflowers.org/
arcticalaskapeonies.com http://arcticalaskapeonies.com/
seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com http://seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com/
lfgardens.com http://lfgardens.com/
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creativity http://www.debraprinzing.com/category/creativity/
floral design http://www.debraprinzing.com/category/floral-design/
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storytelling http://www.debraprinzing.com/category/storytelling/
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episode 285 dandelion house farm’s debbie bosworth and the new england farmer-florist connection http://www.debraprinzing.com/2017/02/22/episode-285-dandelion-house-farms-debbie-bosworth-and-the-new-england-farmer-florist-connection/
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ohio flower farmers https://www.facebook.com/groups/ohioflowerfarmers/
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writing, http://bfgblog.maryjanesfarm.org/
organic  http://deborahjeansdandelionhouse.blogspot.com/p/gardening-is-good-medicine-i-love-to.html
painting and repurposing vintage  http://pinterest.com/db61/annie-sloan-chalk-painted-furniture/
photography, http://www.farmmade.com/store/index/shop/id/506
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chickens. http://deborahjeansdandelionhouse.blogspot.com/p/chickens.html
maryjanesfarm http://www.maryjanesfarm.org/magazine.html
beach farmgirl  http://bfgblog.maryjanesfarm.org/
community chickens http://www.communitychickens.com/
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new england farmer-florist connection https://www.facebook.com/groups/1564347030557823/
march 25th she and others will host the first regional “meet and greet” https://www.facebook.com/events/1851962075051275/
beach plum flora http://beachplumfloral.com/#!/barn_studio_
prince snow farm https://nantucketdaffodil.blogspot.com/
little state flower co. http://littlestateflowerco.com/
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dandelion house flower farm on facebook https://www.facebook.com/djdandelionhouse
dandelion house flower farm on pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/db61/
dandelion house flower farm on instagram https://www.instagram.com/dandelion_house/
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americangrownflowers.org http://americangrownflowers.org/
arcticalaskapeonies.com http://arcticalaskapeonies.com/
seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com
http://seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com/
lfgardens.com http://lfgardens.com/
syndicatesales.com http://syndicatesales.com/
ascfg.org. http://www.ascfg.org/
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episode 284: wedding coordinator aimée newlander and the new slow weddings network http://www.debraprinzing.com/2017/02/15/episode-284-wedding-coordinator-aimee-newlander-and-the-new-slow-weddings-network/
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american flowers week, https://americanflowersweek.com/
amy stewart http://www.amystewart.com/books/flower-confidential/
flower confidential http://www.amystewart.com/
bonny doon garden co. http://www.bonnydoongardenco.com/
the horticult http://thehorticult.com/
pine house edible gardens http://pinehouseediblegardens.com/
rhr horticulture http://rhrhorticulture.com/
grace flowers hawaii http://www.graceflowershawaii.com/
lola creative http://www.lolacreative.com/
pot & box http://www.potandbox.com/
the flower house https://www.theflower.house/
detroit flower week http://www.detroitflowerweek.info/
so check it out https://www.eventbrite.com/e/slow-flowers-summit-2017-tickets-31589739762
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teresa sabankaya http://www.debraprinzing.com/2015/04/01/santa-cruzs-teresa-sabankaya-of-bonny-doon-garden-co-draws-inspiration-from-her-own-garden-and-nearby-flower-farms-episode-187/
fifty mile stretch https://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=ca-1+n%2fcabrillo+hwy&daddr=tunitas+creek&hl=en&sll=37.14554,-122.185822&sspn=0.487121,0.820541&geocode=feaenaidnks3-a%3bfyqgogidnl60-cl5svcvvaipgdfygxznbi8x3w&oq=tunitas+creek+&t=h&mra=dme&mrsp=0&sz=11&z=11
weddings by aimée http://weddingsbyaimee.com/index.php
slow weddings network https://www.slowweddingsnetwork.org/
facebook group with 100 members https://www.facebook.com/groups/244925765873333/?ref=bookmarks
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slow weddings on facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/244925765873333/?ref=bookmarks
slow weddings on instagram https://www.instagram.com/slowweddingsnetwork/
weddings by aimee on facebook https://www.facebook.com/weddingsbyaimee/
weddings by aimee on instagram https://www.instagram.com/weddingsbyaimee/
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americangrownflowers.org http://americangrownflowers.org/
arcticalaskapeonies.com http://arcticalaskapeonies.com/
seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com http://seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com/
lfgardens.com http://lfgardens.com/
syndicatesales.com http://syndicatesales.com/
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audionautix.com http://audionautix.com/
american flowers week http://www.debraprinzing.com/category/american-flowers-week/
american grown http://www.debraprinzing.com/category/american-grown/
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writing http://www.debraprinzing.com/category/writing/
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home about subscribe contact lectures media kit articles books slow flowers challenge get the email newsletter! debra prinzing is a seattle-based writer, speaker and leading advocate for american grown flowers. through her many slow flowers-branded projects, she has convened a national conversation that stimulates consumers and professionals alike to make conscious choices about their floral purchases. debra is the producer of slowflowers.com, the online directory to american flower farms, and florists, shops and studios who source domestic and local flowers. she is the author of 10 books, including slow flowers and the 50 mile bouquet. each wednesday, you can listen to debra's "slow flowers podcast," available for free downloads at her web site debraprinzing.com or on itunes and other podcast services. here's what others say about her: “the local flower movement's champion . . ." --ken druse, real dirt podcast “. . . an impassioned advocate for a more sustainable flower industry." --bellamy pailthorp, kplu-fm (npr affiliate) “the mother of the ‘slow flower’ movement, prinzing is making a personal crusade to encourage people to think about floral purchases the same way they may approach what they eat: buy locally grown flowers or grow them yourself.” --debbie arrington, the sacramento bee “debra prinzing . . . has done more to celebrate and explain ethical + eco-friendly flowers than i could ever hope to.” --grace bonney, founder of design*sponge episode 289: redefining “harvest” with designers and authors stefani bittner and alethea harampolis of homestead design collective march 22nd, 2017 http://traffic.libsyn.com/slowflowerswithdebraprinzing/episode_289_redefining_harvest_with_designers_and_authors_stefani_bittner_and_alethea_harampolis_of_homestead_design_collective.mp3podcast: play in new window | downloadsubscribe: itunes | android | rss alethea harampolis (l), stefani bittner (r) – photo by david fenton one of the best things about being a veteran garden writer are the friendships i’ve forged over the years with my peers. today’s guests are definitely in that category of favorite professional friends who have become so much more than mere acquantances. i really value my time with them, although sadly, it’s rare. stefani bittner and alethea harampolis are partners in homestead design collective, a bay area-based landscape design firm. stefani is the coauthor with leslie bennett of the beautiful edible garden and alethea is cofounder of studio choo, with jill rizzo, her coauthor for the flower recipe book and the wreath recipe book. alethea and jill are past guests of this podcast, and you can find that episode here. since these creatives teamed up to form homestead design collective, they have focused their business on landscapes that are useful and most important, can be harvested year round. the title of their new book, harvest, says it all. i’m so honored that they asked me to write the foreword. in those few hundred words that appear in the opening pages of harvest, i wrote this: i once believed that clipping branches and blooms to bring indoors was akin to denuding my garden. but about ten years ago, i began to interview america’s flower farmers and their customers: floral designers devoted to and creatively fueled by domestic and local botanicals.  mesmerized by their uncommon floral crops, i began to regard the incredible beauty of my own backyard for all of its potential. that meant enjoying not just the small quantity of food (berries, herbs and vegetables) that my kitchen garden produced, but appreciating its abundance by displaying garden greenery and flowers in my vases. this new-old philosophy of living with my garden’s generous harvest is best learned from true practitioners, such as stefani bittner and alethea harampolis of homestead design collective. these women are also proponents of good design, and they adhere to the guiding philosophy of choosing plants at once both ornamental and useful. although not farms by any means, our urban and suburban backyards should be used in their entirety, say stefani and alethea. the culinary world has its own “nose to tail” way of eating; harvest, the book you hold in your hands, introduces the gardener’s version of that idea: call it a “fruit-to-root” way of growing, with an appreciation for all parts of the plant, from the first tender shoots in spring to the pods and hips of late fall. i’ve learned so much from these two pioneers. stefani is a role model for landscape designers, inspiring her harvest-minded clients to turn their once-unproductive yards into prolific (and lovely) sources of edible bounty. alethea is a role model among the farmer-florist crowd, blending edibles with ornamentals; aromatics with the wild-foraged; house plants with weeds — all to create dramatic, moody, seasonal florals for everyday decor and magnificent occasions. in harvest, they celebrate the slow food movement on a highly personal scale, integrated with a slow flowers ethos. when edibles meet botanicals, we live intentionally with plants throughout the seasons. and when you embrace this practice, you will be richly reward by your garden. lilac flower cream lilac flower cream an ancient french technique, enfleurage is the process of extracting a flower’s perfume into odorless animal or vegetable fat. the process used here is a simple method that will capture the fragrance of spring in a jar. the cream can be used directly on your skin or to flavor favorite sweet dishes. it is best to use the lilac’s tiny blooms straight from the shrub, picking them in the morning when they are the most fragrant. makes two 16-ounce jars 32 ounces extra-virgin coconut oil 10 cups lilac blooms picked from the heads in 2 cup increments as needed pick 2 cups of lilac blooms. place the coconut oil in a small saucepan and melt over low heat until it is completely liquefied. pour the liquid into a 10 by 10-inch (25 by 25-cm) casserole dish and allow it to harden. after the oil has hardened, score it with a butter knife. this will help the scent of the flowers penetrate it more deeply. layer the tiny lilac blooms onto the oil, covering it with 2 inches (5 cm) of blooms. place a second 10 by 10-inch (25 by 25-cm) casserole dish upside down atop of the first one. use electrical tape to seal the two dish edges tightly, and place the dishes in a dark area. after 48 hours, remove the tape seal and discard the spent blooms. pick another 2 cups of lilacs, add another 2 inches (5 cm) of flower blooms to the oil, and seal again for another 48 hours. repeat this process three more times, for a total of five cycles with fresh blooms each time. scrape up the oil from the casserole dish, place it into two 16-ounce jars, and seal the lids. store in a cool, dark place; the flower cream will keep for up to 3 years. midseason herb salad, from harvest stef and alethea maintain that every garden—not just vegetable plots—can produce a bountiful harvest. in their beautifully photographed guide to growing, harvesting, and utilizing 47 unexpected plants, readers will discover the surprising usefulness of petals and leaves, roots, seeds, and fruit. learn how to turn tumeric root into a natural dye and calamintha into lip balm. make anise hyssop into a refreshing iced tea and turn apricots into a facial mask. crabapple branches can be used to create stunning floral arrangements, oregano flowers to infuse vinegar, and edible chrysanthemum to liven up a salad. this practical, inspirational, and seasonal guide will help make any garden more productive and enjoyable with a variety of projects–organic pantry staples, fragrances, floral arrangements, beverages, cocktails, beauty products, and more–using unexpected and often common garden plants, some of which may already be growing in the backyard. with the remarkable, multi-purpose plants in harvest, there is always something for gardeners to harvest from one growing season to the next. please enjoy this conversation with my two friends as we discuss their design philosophy and their collaboration on harvest. stefani and aleathea were recently featured speakers at the northwest flower & garden show in seattle and i was able to corner them in a hotel lobby to record this interview. you can also enter to win the book — thanks to the generosity of ten speed press, publisher of harvest, we have two copies to give away in a drawing. to enter, you must post a comment about your most useful garden plant in the comment section below. we’ll draw the winners on march 29th and announce them the following week. artichoke arrangement from harvest instructions for the artichoke arrangement: artichokes are a favorite edible, but few know that their layers of prickly leaves can also be used to create a beautiful focal point in a mixed garden bouquet. bring inside in a few cuttings from the garden to make a stylish and simple composition. 2 large artichoke heads, stems and leaves attached 1 or 2 stems with several small artichokes attached 5 to 8 stems wild carrot flowers (daucus carota), 12 to 18 inches (30 to 46 cm) long 2 nasturtium vines with flowers, each 12 to 18 inches (30 to 46 cm) long fill a large crock or vase with clean, cold water. remove any damaged leaves from the stems or leaves that would fall below the water line. add the large artichoke heads in the front of the crock, with one head resting slightly higher than the other. this creates a focal point and showcases the gorgeous multilayered leaves. add in the smaller artichoke stems to the back and left sides of the crock. these heads should sit taller than the larger heads. they add height to the arrangement and create an asymmetrical look. add in some of the wild carrot stems to fill in the space between the larger and smaller artichokes. these stems should be slightly taller than the small artichoke stems. place the remaining carrot stems on the back right side of the crock to complement the wild carrot on the left and provide an airy backdrop to the arrangement. add the longest nasturtium vine to the front side of the crock, to the left of the large artichokes, so that it drapes over the side of the crock. this creates movement and softens the edge of the vessel. use the other nasturtium vine to fill any gaps. make sure that the flower heads are turned to be visible from the front of the arrangement. lemongrass salt scrub instructions for lemongrass salt scrub lemongrass has antibacterial, antioxidant, and other therapeutic properties. after a hard day working in the garden, we appreciate lemongrass as a remedy for our aches and pains. use this salt scrub on your hands daily or on sore muscles once a week while taking a deep soak in the tub. if you have very sensitive skin, you may want to use the salt scrub only on your hands or substitute brown sugar for the salt as a milder alternative. makes about 1½ cups 1 or 2 fresh stalks lemongrass 1 cup sea salt ½ cup almond or olive oil finely chop the lemongrass by hand or in a food processor. combine the chopped lemongrass, salt, and oil in a bowl and mix with a wooden spoon—or even better, use your hands. the texture should be moist enough to hold together but not overly oily. (if it does get too oily, add a pinch more salt.) scoop the scrub into a 12-to 16-ounce jar and seal with a lid. use within 2 weeks. to use, simply spoon a small amount into your hands, gently rub it in, and then rinse your hands with warm water. marigold bitters instructions for marigold bitters (amaro) amaro is an italian herb-infused bitter liqueur, originally used as an after-dinner digestif, chilled or over ice. recently, however, there’s been a bitters revival, with cocktail enthusiasts mixing the bittersweet digestif into beverages beyond just classic cocktails such as the manhattan and the old fashioned. gem marigolds are a perfect component because of their distinct bitter flavor and for the lovely amber hue that results. for amaro’s signature tartness, we’ve added some chinotto orange rind, the key ingredient in campari, the popular italian herbal aperitif. makes 1 quart enough herbs and edible flowers to fill a 1-quart jar, for example: 1 cup gem marigold flowers and leaves 1 to 3 sage leaves 2 to 6 anise hyssop flowers and leaves 1 sprig rosemary 1 to 6 lavender blooms small bunch of thyme (such as french, english, or lemon) 1 to 6 calendula flowers 1 to 6 bee balm flowers and leaves small handful of rose petals 1 to 8 viola petals 5 to 10 alpine strawberries or other berries rind of 2 chinotto oranges 2 (750-ml) bottles hangar one vodka or a similar good-quality, unflavored vodka simple syrup makes about 1-1⁄4 cups 1 cup water 1 cup organic sugar gently rinse the herbs and flowers, leaving the blooms intact to capture the bitter attributes of their centers. add them all, along with the berries and citrus rind, to a 1-quart jar. fill the jar with vodka to just below the rim (you might not need it all) and seal with a tight-fitting lid. store it in a cool, dark place. check the amaro daily or every couple of days, and give it a good shake to ensure that there are no floating leaves or flowers. after 4 weeks, taste the amaro. if you prefer it stronger, allow it to infuse for another week or so. once you’ve achieved the flavor you like, strain out the herbs, edible flowers, berries, and rind. next, make the simple syrup. combine the sugar and water in a nonreactive pan. place over medium-high heat and bring to a simmer, stirring to prevent sticking. once the sugar has dissolved (about 5 minutes), remove the mixture from the heat and let it cool slightly. add 1 cup of the simple syrup to the strained amaro liquid and let infuse for an additional 2 weeks, then taste. if you find the amaro more bitter than you’d like, add more simple syrup but remember the sweetener is meant to take the edge off of the bitter taste rather than mask it. once the bitters are to your liking, store indefinitely. the slow flowers podcast has been downloaded more than 170,000 times by listeners like you. thank you to each one of you for downloading, listening, commenting and sharing. it means so much. if you value the content you receive each week, i invite you to show your thanks and support the slow flowers podcast with a donation — the button can be found on our home page in the right column. your contributions will help make it possible to transcribe future episodes of the podcast. thank you to our lead sponsor for 2017: certified american grown flowers. the certified american-grown program and label provide a guarantee for designers and consumers on the source of their flowers. take pride in your flowers and buy with confidence, ask for certified american grown flowers.  to learn more visit americangrownflowers.org. we’re also grateful for support from arctic alaska peonies, a cooperative of 50 family farms in the heart of alaska providing high quality, american grown peony flowers during the months of july and august. visit them today at arcticalaskapeonies.com and welcome to our newest sponsor, the seattle wholesale growers market, a farmer-owned cooperative committed to providing the very best the pacific northwest has to offer in cut flowers, foliage and plants. the growers market’s mission is to foster a vibrant marketplace that sustains local flower farms and provides top-quality products and service to the local floral industry. find them at seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com. longfield gardens has returned as a 2017 sponsor, and we couldn’t be happier to share their resources with you. longfield gardens provides home gardeners with high quality flower bulbs and perennials. their online store offers plants for every region and every season, from tulips and daffodils to dahlias, caladiums and amaryllis. visit them at lfgardens.com. and finally, thank you association of specialty cut flower growers. formed in 1988, ascfg was created to educate, unite, and support commercial cut flower growers. it mission is to help growers produce high-quality floral material, and to foster and promote the local availability of that product. learn more at ascfg.org. i’m debra prinzing, host and producer of the slow flowers podcast. next week, you’re invited to join me in putting more american grown flowers on the table, one vase at a time. and if you like what you hear, please consider logging onto itunes and posting a listener review. the content and opinions expressed here are either mine alone or those of my guests alone, independent of any podcast sponsor or other person, company or organization. the slow flowers podcast is engineered and edited by andrew brenlan. learn more about his work at kinetictreefitness.com. music credits: blue jay; cottonwoods by blue dot sessions http://www.sessions.blue https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/ lovely by tryad http://tryad.bandcamp.com/album/instrumentals http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ additional music from: audionautix.com posted in american grown, blog posts, book reviews, creativity, entertainment, floral design, gardening, general, landscape design, plants, podcast episodes, slow flowers podcast, writing | 4 comments » episode 288: slow flowers visits arizona’s whipstone farm with shanti rade march 15th, 2017 http://traffic.libsyn.com/slowflowerswithdebraprinzing/episode_288_slow_flowers_visits_arizonas_whipstone_farm_with_shanti_rade.mp3podcast: play in new window | downloadsubscribe: itunes | android | rss arizona grown, folks! from left (front row): anne, cory, shanti, terri, debra, dani & morgan; (back row): melissa, les & lindsay. we’re posing in front of the self-serve farm stand at whipstone. update: if you want to learn more about the once-vibrant history of arizona’s cut flower farming community, read this january 2016 article by kathy nakagawa that appeared in the arizona republic, “when phoenix bloomed.” i’ve had arizona on my mind quite a bit lately and it’s not only because seattle, like most of the rest of the country, has been cold, wet and dreary for months. so when my travels brought me to scottsdale, phoenix and mesa for family reasons, i followed through on my promise to myself to visit a flower farm. shanti led us on a tour of whipstone farm, including this pristine high tunnel where stock and ranunculus were blooming. lucky for me, i’ve been collecting slow flowers friends in arizona. we all agreed to meet at whipstone farm in paulden, where shanti and cory rade and theor family grow csa food crops and lots of flowers. the farm is a slowflowers.com member and i was so happy to visit there on march 1st, along with a diverse and super passionate cadre for our informal slow flowers arizona meet-up. terry and dani, two of whipstone’s floral team members, pictured inside shanti and cory’s kitchen. they included terri schuett of happy vine flowers, a freelance floral designer and horticulture student-turned-flower farm intern at whipstone farm, and dani baker, whipstone farm’s flower manager. it was fun to reunite with all three of them having met in the past. dani, terri, lindsay and morgan evaluate the whipstone stems, arranged by terri for our luncheon centerpiece the drive from scottsdale to paulden takes you sort of in the northbound direction toward flagstaff and then at some point you head west toward chino valley. it’s pretty remote and pretty beautiful. who would think that agriculture lives here? melissa saltzman found herself a baby lamb (named “fern”) while lindsay looks on; right – anemones in the high tunnel. my fabulous driving companions included anne herman jensen, a scottsdale micro flower farmer who specializes in garden roses, herbs and citrus, among other things at tre soli (who i first met, by the way, when she attended a field to vase dinner in carlsbad, ca in 2015), and morgan anderson of the.flori.culture, based in scottsdale, who you heard on this podcast last year when she was finishing up her phd in floral design/floriculture at texas a&m. morgan and i hopped into anne’s car and the 120 miles passed quickly while we gabbed away about all things floral. yes, yes, and yes! you just can’t get enough of these stunning ranunculus! check out the petal count! others who met us at whipstone included lindsay statler of green creek gardens in dewey, arizona, a slow flowers member whose farm is about 30 miles away from whipstone, and melissa & les saltzman, friends and flower farmers i’ve met through the alaska peony growers association because – yes – they live in scottsdale, arizona and own a peony farm called alaskan legacy peonies, in homer (talk about a commute!) i wanted them to meet and learn from flower farmers in their home state where the conditions are probably 180 degrees opposite from alaska’s peony fields. leafy greens for the winter farmers’ market. when we arrived, shanti took us on a wonderful walking tour of whipstone farm before lunch. she told us the story of how the farm got started, so i’ll let you listen to the interview to hear more. with 15 acres and more than 100 varieties of vegetables and cut flowers, shanti and cory have made a life for themselves, their four children and countless csa customers who buy shares each year. the promise of spring peonies. as they write on the whipstone farm web site: “we farm with our heart and health in mind.  we do not use any synthetic fertilizer or chemical pesticides.  we enjoy growing food for our community not only as a means of providing healthy sustenance, but also as a way to bring people together. we welcome you to come out and see our farm, to learn about where your food comes from and meet the folks who grow it.” you can find their produce and flowers every week at the prescott, flagstaff and chino valley farmers markets. whipstone also has an on-farm self-serve stand where friends, customers and neighbors purchase products on the honor system.  the farm stand is open year round and customers are welcome to stop in during daylight hours – no doors, so it’s always open. quick, self-guided farm tours often occur when people come to buy veggies and flowers. shanti and cory with three of their four children. shanti came into farming by chance through a high school internship and after working on several different farms around the country, she returned to school for a degree in agroecology from prescott college. at whipstone, she oversees crop planning, seed starting and everything to do with flowers. she also handles office management and marketing, even though it’s not always her favorite part about farming. cory is a self-taught farmer, learned through lots of trial and error and even more determination.  what he really loves about farming is food and how it brings people together; growing the food is the first step in making that happen. the resident repair man on the farm, cory is busy, since something seems to break on the farm almost every day.  but, he says “getting to eat the chiles i grow makes it all worth it.” after our wonderful farm tour, we gathered around shanti and cory’s kitchen table, a long, wooden trestle-style table with room for everyone, which i’m sure they need when the entire family is together. anne jensen served us a delicious homemade meal of lentil soup, salad, veggies, breads, spreads and arizona-made wine. thank you, anne, for being our wonderful caterer! shanti (left) and dani (right) i know you will enjoy this interview i recorded with shanti, and you’ll also hear bonus audio, recorded when terri schuett took us on a quick tour of the horticulture and agribusiness program at yavapai college in chino valley. she has definitely been smitten with the flower-growing bug, a path i see more and more florists taking as they become curious about the flowers they design with. even though our conversation is brief, you’ll learn a thing or two about aquaculture and floriculture in the desert, of all places! flowers and food — arizona-grown! here’s how to find and follow these intrepid arizona slow flowers folks! find whipstone farm on facebook follow whipstone farm on instagram see whipstone farm on pinterest discover whipstone farm on twitter find terri schuett/happy vine flowers on instagram find dani baker on instagram find anne jensen on instagram find morgan anderson on instagram find lindsay statler on instagram terri led us on a second tour of the ag program at yavapai college in chico valley, not far from whipstone. she’s studying horticulture there. the slow flowers podcast has been downloaded more than 168,000 times by listeners like you. thank you to each one of you for downloading, listening, commenting and sharing. it means so much. if you value the content you receive each week, i invite you to show your thanks and support the slow flowers podcast with a donation — the button can be found on our home page in the right column. your contributions will help make it possible to transcribe future episodes of the podcast. thank you to our lead sponsor for 2017: certified american grown flowers. the certified american-grown program and label provide a guarantee for designers and consumers on the source of their flowers. take pride in your flowers and buy with confidence, ask for certified american grown flowers.  to learn more visit americangrownflowers.org. we’re also grateful for support from arctic alaska peonies, a cooperative of 50 family farms in the heart of alaska providing high quality, american grown peony flowers during the months of july and august. visit them today at arcticalaskapeonies.com and welcome to our newest sponsor, the seattle wholesale growers market, a farmer-owned cooperative committed to providing the very best the pacific northwest has to offer in cut flowers, foliage and plants. the growers market’s mission is to foster a vibrant marketplace that sustains local flower farms and provides top-quality products and service to the local floral industry. find them at seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com. longfield gardens has returned as a 2017 sponsor, and we couldn’t be happier to share their resources with you. longfield gardens provides home gardeners with high quality flower bulbs and perennials. their online store offers plants for every region and every season, from tulips and daffodils to dahlias, caladiums and amaryllis. visit them at lfgardens.com. and finally, thank you association of specialty cut flower growers. formed in 1988, ascfg was created to educate, unite, and support commercial cut flower growers. it mission is to help growers produce high-quality floral material, and to foster and promote the local availability of that product. learn more at ascfg.org i’m debra prinzing, host and producer of the slow flowers podcast. next week, you’re invited to join me in putting more american grown flowers on the table, one vase at a time. and if you like what you hear, please consider logging onto itunes and posting a listener review. the content and opinions expressed here are either mine alone or those of my guests alone, independent of any podcast sponsor or other person, company or organization. the slow flowers podcast is engineered and edited by andrew brenlan. learn more about his work at kinetictreefitness.com. music credits: lovely by tryad http://tryad.bandcamp.com/album/instrumentals http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ additional music from: audionautix.com posted in american grown, blog posts, creativity, floral design, flower farming, gardening, general, plants, podcast episodes, slow flowers podcast, slowflowers.com the directory of american flowers, storytelling | no comments » episode 287: putting succulents on the floral map, with nurseryman and author robin stockwell, the succulent guy march 8th, 2017 http://traffic.libsyn.com/slowflowerswithdebraprinzing/episode_287_putting_succulents_on_the_floral_map_with_nurseryman_and_author_robin_stockwell_the_succulent_guy.mp3podcast: play in new window | downloadsubscribe: itunes | android | rss today’s guest robin stockwell is the author of succulents (left), which features the design work (right) of slow flowers member marialuisa kaprielian of urban succulents in san diego. windmill floral studio recently launched as the in-house, full-service florist inside a popular independent garden center — with a slow flowers philosophy. before i share my interview with succulent expert robin stockwell, i want to share a quick introduction of windmill gardens, an independent garden center based in sumner, washington. windmill founders john and ansje degoede began their farm in 1968 by raising fresh cut flower crops such as iris, tulips, and daffodils. in the early 1970s, their product line was expanded to include fuchsia baskets, primroses, and more. today, nearly 50 years later, their son ben degoede continues the growing tradition at windmill gardens, with seasonal assortments and baskets, as well as poinsettias. the floral studio team (left, with wendy pedersen in the middle) and the shop’s welcome sign. windmill recently brought floral design in-house for the first time since 2001, taking over space previously occupied by a tenant, redesigning it into a beautiful, full-service shop, and making a commitment to provide only locally-grown and american-grown flowers to their everyday and wedding clients. the grand opening took place this week and i grabbed some time with owner ben degoede and general manager wendy pedersen to hear more. as you recall, i cited “return of brick and mortar flower shops” as an emerging 2017 floral industry theme. the launch of windmill floral studio reflects this insight, but also hints at a possible shift for traditional garden centers adding floral as a facet of their business. find windmill gardens/floral studio on facebook follow windmill gardens/floral studio on twitter follow windmill floral studio on instagram the succulent guy, robin stockwell, author of a beautiful new title: “succulents.” here a photo of the presentation robin and i gave nearly five years ago — fun memories! a detail from a design i made for the garden conservancy workshop with robin stockwell. now let’s talk succulents. in july 2012, i co-presented a lecture and floral design workshop with robin stockwell, (now former) owner of succulent gardens nursery in castroville, california (monterey bay). we were part of “all in good time,” a garden conservancy program hosted by the ruth bancroft garden at heather farm in walnut creek, california. i didn’t know robin well, but i did know his amazing reputation for growing and popularizing succulents. my takeaway from time spent with robin is that when you think about a succulent plant as a floral design ingredient, it’s important to use both its “leaves” and its “flowers.” robin and i focused our presentation  on using wonderful, versatile, irresistible succulents from our gardens and pots in floral design. by way of background, in 2010, while working on the 50 mile bouquet, i was introduced to the succulents-as-cut-ingredients technique. several of the designers we featured in that book use echeverias, aeoniums, kalanchoes and other succulent cuttings as deftly as they use dahlias and roses. “lush and leafy,” a succulent wreath designed by slow flowers member baylor chapman of lila b. design — for robin’s book succulents susie nadler created a scrumptious local bouquet using ingredients from her own backyard, from local flower growers and – of course – from succulents at flora grubb gardens. susie nadler and flora grubb, of the cutting garden at flora grubb nursery, and baylor chapman of lila b. flowers, are rock stars when it comes to pairing succulents from the garden with flowers from the farm. together these women inspired sunset’s former senior garden editor julie chai to use her succulent cuttings for the bridal party bouquets and centerpieces at her july 2011 wedding, also featured in our the pages of the 50 mile bouquet. robin, though, was way ahead of all of us! a true pioneer, he was making bouquets of succulent flowers back in the 1980s. he sent me a black-and-white photo from a 1981 sunset magazine article in which his then-young son was pictured with a vase of tall echeveria blooms. let’s just call robin an early-early-adopter of the succulent craze. he was so far ahead of his time that it has taken the rest of us 30-plus years to catch up! “succulents are the conservationists of the plant world” — robin stockwell a photograph from a 1981 sunset magazine article about robin stockwell’s use of succulents in floral design. at the garden conservancy workshop, robin wowed the audience with insights about how to harvest and work with a variety of succulents. he explained that the rosette-looking succulents are actually leaves; many of the plants do produce long, slender stems bearing tiny flowers that dangle from them — also quite enticing. the san francisco chronicle featured robin’s amazing succulent globe when he created it for the sf flower & garden show a few years ago. a-maz-ing!!! click here to read more about this project and watch a video of its construction! i came prepared to carefully wire the rosettes and wrap their “faux stems” with green florist tape, but robin demonstrated how you can cut the stem long enough to practically eliminate the wire. play around with it and you’ll see what i mean. if the stem of the echeveria is 3-4 inches long, that might be enough to anchor it into a flower arrangement;  it certainly doesn’t need water to look dazzling (in fact, it will last far longer than any of the perennials or annuals in that vase). marialuisa designed this charming “cake garland” for robin stockwell’s book, succulents we had a great day, all around. what struck me later was a gracious note robin sent by email: i’ve not thought a lot about the floral side of what i do over the past few years and even when i have, it was in bits and pieces. the presentation with you brought back a much more comprehensive memory of my past experiences and gave me quite a few new insights as well. a table setting designed by caitlin atkinson, featured in succulents reuniting with robin was such a delight because it allowed us to have an extended conversation about his favorite topic and the topic of his beautiful, brand new book called succulents: the ultimate guide to choosing, designing and growing 200 easy care plants. published by oxmoor house, a time inc book imprint, succulents was shepherded by kathy brenzel, who edited and closely collaborated with robin. as the former longtime garden editor for sunset magazine, kathy is the ideal partner for robin. she wrote a wonderful intro to the book titled “sunset, the surfer and succulents,” looking back to the magazine’s long relationship with robin stockwell and his early influence on the gardening world’s love affair with succulents. robin’s new website the succulent guy, tells us that robin stockwell has been growing succulents professionally since 1972 and through the years developed an expertise in their functional use. when the waves were good he took advantage of their waterwise, low maintenance qualities, knowing they would not miss him as he dropped everything to surf. he has dedicated his life to encouraging the use of these plants and worked with plant professionals and the general public to better understand them. as a grower he created small “living pictures” in the early 1970’s and later huge vertical gardens. he is famous for his succulent globe, using upwards of 20,000 to 30,000 plants. as an innovator, writer, and speaker, he has inspired audiences in the joy of gardening with succulent plants. find robin stockwell, the succulent guy, on facebook follow robin stockwell, the succulent guy, on instagram to enter our drawing for a giveaway of robin’s new book — succulents — you are invited to post a photo of one of your succulent arrangements at the slow flowers community page on facebook. we’ll draw the winner on march 15th. a hanging cone project from succulents, designed by jodi shaw of flourish. the design incorporates moss cones. robin stockwell’s succulent tips for floral designers cut the “heads” off of plants using a clean, sharp florist’s knife or clippers. robin sterilizes his tools in lysol. while succulents do not need much water, the aeoniums benefit from being in a little water when cut. other succulent rosettes will be okay on a wire stem out of water. obviously, after seven days or so in a vase, the succulent will be the last attractive element left. you’ll be able to re-use it in the next arrangement or let it produce some roots and replant it in a pot or the garden. soil mix. when replanting your succulent, use a soil mix formulated for cactus and succulent plants. succulents appreciate soil that is well aerated and drains well. coarse bark or crushed lava work well for this, sand does not. here’s some fun bonus content featuring my how-to for the floral arrangements i created using robin’s succulent plants when we taught together nearly five years ago. my go-to vase for stunning arrangements is a 7-inch tall white ceramic pedestal dish. it’s square and probably originally intended for serving some kind of yummy dessert. it’s also the type of vessel that a conventional florist would fill with oasis by shoving a cube of the toxic green foam into the base and then poking in stems to create a “full” arrangement. but instead, i used a mound of chicken wire, anchored with a reusable floral clay. here are the steps: level one of the arrangement is to fill the entire surface of chicken wire with foliage, allowing it to drape over the edge of the vase and also create a soft dome of texture. i had brought some foliage along with me on the plane from seattle to oakland ~jello mold farm’s physocarpus, called ‘coppertina’ – which has a tawny hue that plays off the brighter dahlias and succulents. level two: add dahlias in a grid of one at the center and five surrounding flowers. i cut the dahlia stems relatively short so that the flowers nestled low into the foliage. thank you to kevin larkin of corralitos dahlias for supplying the gorgeous blooms! next, add 4-5 medium-sized aeoniums or echeverias between the dahlia blooms. the ones robin gave me had 6-inch stems, but i still inserted a short piece of 12-gauge wire into the base of each to “extend” it for anchoring into the chicken wire. susie nadler cuts her succulent stems pretty short – about 1/2-inch – and then inserts wire and wraps the entire “stem” with floral tape, but i skipped this step here. final step: we needed some height! imagine my reaction when robin showed up with dozens of cut flowering stems from his hybrid echeverias. dusky pink, dark coral, pale turquoise. . . the palette was dreamy! robin’s hybrid echeverias produce mega-rosettes measuring up to 12-inches across, so no surprise that their flowers are also overly robust. the ones he brought me were 10-12 inches long. i inserted several into the bouquet, through the top and down between the other ingredients to be supported by the hidden chicken wire. the hover above the rest of the flowers to finish off the design with a wow-factor! thanks so much for listening today. the slow flowers podcast has been downloaded more than 165,000 times by listeners like you. we ended the month of february with 9,647 downloads — an all-time high, which is pretty cool for the shortest month of the year! thank you to each one of you for downloading, listening, commenting and sharing. it means so much. if you value the content you receive each week, i invite you to show your thanks and support the slow flowers podcast with a donation — the button can be found on our home page in the right column. your contributions will help make it possible to transcribe future episodes of the podcast. thank you to our lead sponsor for 2017: certified american grown flowers. the certified american-grown program and label provide a guarantee for designers and consumers on the source of their flowers. take pride in your flowers and buy with confidence, ask for certified american grown flowers.  to learn more visit americangrownflowers.org. we’re also grateful for support from arctic alaska peonies, a cooperative of 50 family farms in the heart of alaska providing high quality, american grown peony flowers during the months of july and august. visit them today at arcticalaskapeonies.com and welcome to our newest sponsor, the seattle wholesale growers market, a farmer-owned cooperative committed to providing the very best the pacific northwest has to offer in cut flowers, foliage and plants. the growers market’s mission is to foster a vibrant marketplace that sustains local flower farms and provides top-quality products and service to the local floral industry. find them at seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com longfield gardens has returned as a 2017 sponsor, and we couldn’t be happier to share their resources with you. longfield gardens provides home gardeners with high quality flower bulbs and perennials. their online store offers plants for every region and every season, from tulips and daffodils to dahlias, caladiums and amaryllis. visit them at lfgardens.com. and finally, thank you association of specialty cut flower growers. formed in 1988, ascfg was created to educate, unite, and support commercial cut flower growers. it mission is to help growers produce high-quality floral material, and to foster and promote the local availability of that product. learn more at ascfg.org i’m debra prinzing, host and producer of the slow flowers podcast. next week, you’re invited to join me in putting more american grown flowers on the table, one vase at a time. and if you like what you hear, please consider logging onto itunes and posting a listener review. the content and opinions expressed here are either mine alone or those of my guests alone, independent of any podcast sponsor or other person, company or organization. the slow flowers podcast is engineered and edited by andrew brenlan. learn more about his work at kinetictreefitness.com. music credits: dirtbike lovers by blue dot sessions http://www.sessions.blue https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/   happiness by bensound http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/track/happiness lovely by tryad http://tryad.bandcamp.com/album/instrumentals http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ additional music from: audionautix.com posted in american grown, blog posts, creativity, floral design, flower farming, gardening, general, plants, podcast episodes, slow flowers podcast, slowflowers.com the directory of american flowers, writing | 1 comment » episode 286: growing growers: news from association of specialty cut flower growers president dave dowling and regional director lennie larkin plus a bonus interview with elizabeth bryant march 1st, 2017 http://traffic.libsyn.com/slowflowerswithdebraprinzing/episode_286_growing_growers_news_from_association_of_specialty_cut_flower_growers_president_dave_dowling_and_regional_director_lennie_larkin_plus_a_bonus_interview_with_elizabeth_bryant.mp3podcast: play in new window | downloadsubscribe: itunes | android | rss as i mentioned last week, i traveled to corvallis, oregon, recently to join the 3rd annual pacific northwest cut flower growers “meet-up,” and that’s where i encountered the three guests you will hear from today. i’m going to keep the intros short, because you’ll want to hear the heart of these conversations. today’s guests include dave dowling of ednie flower bulb co. and current board president of association of specialty cut flower growers, and lennie larkin, a farmer-florist and owner of b. side farm & floral design in sonoma county, serving as the west and northwest regional director for ascfg. but first, please meet elizabeth bryant of rose hill flower farm, located just outside portland. elizabeth is a past guest of this podcast; she appeared with floral designer and friend kailla platt a few years ago. here’s a link to their episode. elizabeth is a person with big ideas and beyond that; she’s a big idea person who acts on them. i remember when i first met her and she reached out to me with an unsolicited offer to connect me with people she knew at slow food usa . . . she felt they should know about slow flowers and hear what i was doing. that led to an invitation from slow food for me to write an article for their newsletter, allowing us to reach the huge slow food community with the slow flowers message. later, elizabeth instigated the first pnw cut flower growers meet-up, bringing together a core team of volunteers to host the one-day session in early 2015. the vision she held is continuing on today with a dynamic cadre of fellow leaders in the northwest region’s flower farming and farmer-florist world. i sat down with elizabeth during one of our short breaks and asked her to share details about her new project — called “blooming on the inside,” involving a flower farm and floral design workshops at coffee creek, oregon’s only correctional facility for women. i know you’ll find it inspiring and i hope that you feel led to show your support by encouraging and even donating to the project. i hope you’re moved to share your resources to support blooming on the inside’s campaign. money isn’t the only way to help this project — you can follow the link to the funding page and just click on the facebook logo to post this to your own page — making sure that more people learn about the opportunity. and as elizabeth says, even a $5 donation makes a big difference! okay, next up, dave dowling and lennie larkin. dave dowling, photo courtesy butterbee farms dave dowling owned a successful cut flower farm in maryland for several years. he placed great emphasis on introducing young people to horticulture through employment on his farm, bringing them to the association of specialty cut flower growers conferences, and mentoring them as they moved into their own cut flower businesses. dave is responsible for the success of many new growers across the country. his generosity and enthusiasm for sharing are unparalleled. annually, ascfg awards the dave dowling scholarship, open to all undergraduate or graduate students working toward a two- or four-year degree, or a graduate degree, in horticulture or floriculture.  dave juggles president duties with his “day job,” as sales representative and warehouse manager for ednie flower bulb, based in fredon, new jersey. lennie larkin about lennie larkin & b-side farm b-side farm sits on one colorful acre next to a small rushing creek in sebastopol, west sonoma county, california. the farm uses organic methods to grow a wide variety of old-fashioned, fragrant flowers for use in our design studio and workshops. full-service wedding design is a specialty, and by growing most of the flowers used in lennie’s designs, she’s invested in every aspect of the process from planting the seeds, to caring for and picking the flowers, to putting the finishing touches on the bridal bouquet before it’s carried down the aisle (a favorite moment, every time). on-farm workshops offer chances for the public to come out to the farm and get their hands dirty. workshops include all aspects of flower gardening and floral design – from centerpieces for the kitchen table, to elevated arrangements for special events, to crash courses in flower farming. b-side farm about lennie larkin lennie came to farming and flowers from a background in social work and adult education. naturally, b-side farm has quickly become an educational farm where lennie not only grows and designs with flowers, but teaches others how she’s doing what she’s doing. b-side farm workshops are designed to meet every student where they’re at and encourage them to dive a little deeper into the world of flowers – whether in the garden or design studio. the b-side blog is a growing resource for both of these arenas. before staring b-side, lennie spent two years at the ucsc farm and garden, and then moved on to run the educational farm at petaluma bounty where she taught the public to grow crops for the local community for three seasons. before that (in what feels like a past life) she worked in refugee resettlement in her hometown of boston, translated a novel in brazil, and took advantage of her final season not farming by hiking the appalachian trail. lennie has now calmed the wanderlust and settled happily in sonoma county where she runs the farm, is the west coast director for the association of specialty cut flower growers, and teaches flower farming and horticulture at santa rosa junior college. lennie is a past guest of this podcast flowers and floral design by lennie larkin, b-side farm & floral design links: instagram: @b.side.farm.flowers my website: www.b-sidefarm.com lennie’s blog post summarizing her osu small farms conference presentation:  www.b-sidefarm.com/b-side-blog/how-to-become-a-farmer-florist classes and workshops: www.b-sidefarm.com/workshops thanks so much for listening today. the slow flowers podcast has been downloaded more than 162,000 times by listeners like you. thank you to each one of you for downloading, listening, commenting and sharing. it means so much. if you value the content you receive each week, i invite you to show your thanks and support the slow flowers podcast with a donation — the button can be found on our home page in the right column. your contributions will help make it possible to transcribe future episodes of the podcast. thank you to our lead sponsor for 2017: certified american grown flowers. the certified american-grown program and label provide a guarantee for designers and consumers on the source of their flowers. take pride in your flowers and buy with confidence, ask for certified american grown flowers.  to learn more visit americangrownflowers.org. we’re also grateful for support from arctic alaska peonies, a cooperative of 50 family farms in the heart of alaska providing high quality, american grown peony flowers during the months of july and august. visit them today at arcticalaskapeonies.com and welcome to our newest sponsor, the seattle wholesale growers market, a farmer-owned cooperative committed to providing the very best the pacific northwest has to offer in cut flowers, foliage and plants. the growers market’s mission is to foster a vibrant marketplace that sustains local flower farms and provides top-quality products and service to the local floral industry. find them at seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com. longfield gardens has returned as a 2017 sponsor, and we couldn’t be happier to share their resources with you. longfield gardens provides home gardeners with high quality flower bulbs and perennials. their online store offers plants for every region and every season, from tulips and daffodils to dahlias, caladiums and amaryllis. visit them at lfgardens.com. and finally, thank you association of specialty cut flower growers. formed in 1988, ascfg was created to educate, unite, and support commercial cut flower growers. it mission is to help growers produce high-quality floral material, and to foster and promote the local availability of that product. learn more at ascfg.org i’m debra prinzing, host and producer of the slow flowers podcast. next week, you’re invited to join me in putting more american grown flowers on the table, one vase at a time. and if you like what you hear, please consider logging onto itunes and posting a listener review. the content and opinions expressed here are either mine alone or those of my guests alone, independent of any podcast sponsor or other person, company or organization. the slow flowers podcast is engineered and edited by andrew brenlan. learn more about his work at kinetictreefitness.com music credits: lovely by tryad http://tryad.bandcamp.com/album/instrumentals http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ additional music from: audionautix.com posted in american grown, blog posts, creativity, floral design, flower farming, plants, podcast episodes, slow flowers podcast, slowflowers.com the directory of american flowers, storytelling | no comments » episode 285 dandelion house farm’s debbie bosworth and the new england farmer-florist connection february 22nd, 2017 http://traffic.libsyn.com/slowflowerswithdebraprinzing/episode_285_dandelion_house_farms_debbie_bosworth_and_the_new_england_farmer_florist_connection.mp3podcast: play in new window | downloadsubscribe: itunes | android | rss today’s guest is debbie bosworth, owner of dandelion house flower farm in plymouth, massachusetts. she worked with a graphic designer to create her logo, inspired by vintage flower seed packet art. when i compiled the floral industry insights for 2017, a forecast of the most exciting shifts taking place in the progressive slow flowers movement, i highlighted micro-regionalism as a continuing occurrence gaining more momentum. as i record today’s introduction, i’m getting ready to drive to corvallis, oregon, to join the pacific northwest cut flower growers’ 3rd annual meet-up. and the ohio flower farmers are meeting this weekend, too — i should know because susan studer king of buckeye blooms asked me to donate books and send material to share with the attendees. debbie’s brand and labeling come together to communicate local flowers. designer-backyard flower farm, debbie bosworth increasingly, flower farmers, farmer-florists and floral designers eager to make local and regional connections are finding each other. debbie bosworth, today’s guest, is a backyard flower farmer based in new england. and today’s guest is behind this taking place in new england. please meet debbie bosworth of dandelion house flower farm, based in plymouth, massachusetts. like many of us, she and i met through social media. we corresponded and even planned a phone call last year, as debbie was pursuing her business brand, “backyard flower farming.” debbie grew up in northern nevada and texas, and she migrated to new england 10 years ago with her yankee husband of 20 years. she went from career gal to being a creative homeschooling mom of two. she and her family are now firmly planted in the historic coastal town of plymouth and they spend part of each summer in a tiny, off–grid beach cottage named “the sea horse.” debbie says her passions include growing and designing with seasonal flowers cut flowers, writing, organic  gardening, painting and repurposing vintage  furniture, photography, wholesome cooking and tending to her flock of backyard chickens. she is an active blogger, and regular contributing writer for: the print edition of maryjanesfarm magazine; maryjanesfarm beach farmgirl blog, community chickens, a blog for mother earth news and grit, and edible south shore and south coast magazine, online and print editions. and she has contributed in the past to the field to vase blog. she says: “i’m passionate about the domestic slow flowers movement.  in march of 2012 we removed a large area of sod in our backyard and planted 600 square feet of classic heirloom cut flowers, herbs and fillers. we are dedicated to using fresh, local sustainably grown flowers from our farm or nearby farms for design work. we sells flowers at the plymouth farmers market in july, august and september and we provide flowers for small local weddings and events.” as you will hear, last year, debbie created the new england farmer-florist connection, which now has 240-plus members across the entire region. on march 25th she and others will host the first regional “meet and greet” at salted root farm in marshfield, massachusetts. i know you’ll be warmly welcomed if you’re in the area and want to connect with like-minded slow flowers folks. jill landry of beach plum flora, monica o’malley-tavares of prince snow farm are co-hosts and anna jane kocon of little state flower co. will be the special guest speaker. debbie reports that there will be donations from slow flowers, neptune’s harvest, floret, kraft paper company and other supporters. i hope you can check it out if you’re in the area. a gallery of images from dandelion house flower farm. after our interview concluded, debbie sent me a lovely email and she asked me to share it in our show notes here. she wrote: “one of the things i wanted to say was how your books, the 50 mile bouquet and slow flowers have ( and continue to ) inspire me. the first flower farming book i read before i ever planted my first seed was the flower farmer, by lynn byczynski, directly followed by your two books. i loved lynn’s book but your books really spoke to the sustainable gardener/farmer in me and really helped to solidify me on my new path as a farmer/florist and the larger commitment to being a part of the slow flowers movement!” follow debbie bosworth at these social places: dandelion house flower farm on facebook dandelion house flower farm on pinterest dandelion house flower farm on instagram thanks, debbie! so much of what i am compelled to do as a storyteller is driven by passion, not by financial compensation. it’s gratifying to have that feedback from you. the slow flowers podcast has been downloaded more than 160,000 times by listeners like you. thank you to each one of you for downloading, listening, commenting and sharing. it means so much. if you value the content you receive each week, i invite you to show your thanks and support the slow flowers podcast with a donation — the button can be found on our home page in the right column. your contributions will help make it possible to transcribe future episodes of the podcast. thank you to our lead sponsor for 2017: certified american grown flowers. the certified american-grown program and label provide a guarantee for designers and consumers on the source of their flowers. take pride in your flowers and buy with confidence, ask for certified american grown flowers.  to learn more visit americangrownflowers.org. we’re also grateful for support from arctic alaska peonies, a cooperative of 50 family farms in the heart of alaska providing high quality, american grown peony flowers during the months of july and august. visit them today at arcticalaskapeonies.com and welcome to our newest sponsor, the seattle wholesale growers market, a farmer-owned cooperative committed to providing the very best the pacific northwest has to offer in cut flowers, foliage and plants. the growers market’s mission is to foster a vibrant marketplace that sustains local flower farms and provides top-quality products and service to the local floral industry. find them at seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com longfield gardens has returned as a 2017 sponsor, and we couldn’t be happier to share their resources with you. longfield gardens provides home gardeners with high quality flower bulbs and perennials. their online store offers plants for every region and every season, from tulips and daffodils to dahlias, caladiums and amaryllis. visit them at lfgardens.com. more sponsor thanks goes to syndicate sales, an american manufacturer of vases and accessories for the professional florist. look for the american flag icon to find syndicate’s usa-made products and join the syndicate stars loyalty program at syndicatesales.com. and finally, thank you association of specialty cut flower growers. formed in 1988, ascfg was created to educate, unite, and support commercial cut flower growers. it mission is to help growers produce high-quality floral material, and to foster and promote the local availability of that product. learn more at ascfg.org. i’m debra prinzing, host and producer of the slow flowers podcast. next week, you’re invited to join me in putting more american grown flowers on the table, one vase at a time. and if you like what you hear, please consider logging onto itunes and posting a listener review. the content and opinions expressed here are either mine alone or those of my guests alone, independent of any podcast sponsor or other person, company or organization. the slow flowers podcast is engineered and edited by andrew brenlan. learn more about his work at kinetictreefitness.com. music credits: that old harpoon; bending the reed by gillicuddy http://freemusicarchive.org/music/gillicuddy/ licensed under attribution-noncommercial 3.0 international license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ lovely by tryad http://tryad.bandcamp.com/album/instrumentals http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ additional music from: audionautix.com posted in american grown, blog posts, creativity, floral design, flower farming, general, plants, podcast episodes, slow flowers podcast, slowflowers.com the directory of american flowers, writing | no comments » episode 284: wedding coordinator aimée newlander and the new slow weddings network february 15th, 2017 http://traffic.libsyn.com/slowflowerswithdebraprinzing/episode_284_wedding_coordinator_aime_newlander_and_the_new_slow_weddings_network.mp3podcast: play in new window | downloadsubscribe: itunes | android | rss slow flowers designed by bonny doon garden co. for aimée newlander’s slow weddings clients valentine’s day is over — are you ready to relax and celebrate your success?! i hope so! if you’re looking  for a great way to invest in yourself and feed your creativity in a new way, please join anne bradfield and jason miller and me at the upcoming slow flowers creative workshop. it will take place in seattle on march 6th and 7th and you can find a link to more details here. this intimate 2-day event is designed for creatives to boost their powers of language, narrative and storytelling — on the page and on video. we’re excite to share our expertise and help you develop your business and your brand – so check it out. before we get started with today’s interview featuring a fantastic guest, i want to share a big announcement with you. please put sunday, july 2nd on your calendar and save the date to join me in seattle at the first slow flowers summit, a one-day conference that i’m calling a “ted talk for flower lovers.” for years, i’ve been talking with a few of you about producing a “slow flowers summit,” essentially devoting time and space to gather thought leaders and change agents to discuss the momentum of the slow flowers movement. now, the timing is right to hold such a forum. the 2017 slow flowers summit achieves and recognizes many things. first, it coincides with american flowers week, our third annual campaign to promote domestic flowers, farms and florists, scheduled again to take place june 28 through july 4th. holding the summit during american flowers week allows us to celebrate and recognize the mission of slow flowers. second, it allows people attending aifd, the american institute of floral designers annual conference in seattle that week, to access high-quality, substantial american-grown educational programming that they will not obtain at their conference. and third, this year’s timing allows us to bring in keynote speaker amy stewart to commemorate the 10th anniversary of her influential book, flower confidential. so many of you were inspired to change your own relationship with flowers after amy published flower confidential in 2007 and we’re thrilled to bring her to the summit. our other speakers are pretty amazing, too. we have teresa sabankaya of bonny doon garden co., a past guest of this podcast and the florist originally profiled by amy in her book. we’re honored to welcome award-winning garden blogger and author chantal aida gordon of the horticult blog, who will moderate a panel on diversity in the floral and horticulture industries. she’ll be joined by some great friends of slowflowers.com, leslie bennett, principal of pine house edible gardens in oakland, riz reyes of rhr horticulture in seattle, also a past guest of this podcast, and floral artist nicole cordier wahlquist of grace flowers hawaii. emily ellen anderson of seattle’s lola creative will speak about “reinvention,” sharing her transition from landscape architect to floral and event designer, and our favorite flower rebel lisa waud of pot & box will bring the insights from her experience with the flower house and detroit flower week to lead a conversation on nurturing creativity. emily and lisa are both past guests of this podast. all of these important voices will be shepherded through the day by our very charming and charismatic master of ceremonies, james baggett. he’s a top editor at country gardens and better homes & gardens and is one of the most devoted to publishing my stories about flower farming across the u.s. we’re delighted he’ll be joining us as emcee and media sponsor. in the coming weeks we’ll host many of these speakers as guests, so expect to hear more as we build momentum for american flowers week and the summit. tickets are $175 for the day and we have a special rate for slow flowers members, so check it out. aimée newlander, wedding coordinator and creator of the slow weddings network okay, let’s turn to the inspiring aimée newlander. i first met aimée in march 2015 while visiting santa cruz to spend time with teresa sabankaya. teresa put together a little brunch and invited some of the area’s kindred spirits, people involved in the slow coast sustainable business community located along the fifty mile stretch of mountains & ocean in the midst of california’s famed coastline. one of those attending was aimée, a wedding coordinator with whom teresa collaborates, when couples who work with weddings by aimée order locally-grown flowers for their ceremonies. aimée told me she was using “the mindful planner” as a hash-tag and that she planned to soon launch a slow weddings forum. the two of us stayed in touch and continued to exchange ideas as her project took off and last august. when we held a slow flowers meet-up in santa cruz, aimee joined us to share more details about the coming launch of the slow weddings network. fast forward to last fall and what began as a facebook group with 100 members has evolved into the nonprofit slow weddings network. a slow wedding, santa cruz-style here is the description — i think the mission will resonate with many of you in the slow flowers community. we seek to shake up the status quo of the wedding industry, to reclaim the sacred space for couples who are seeking authentic and “present” weddings. but, more than that we are the nexus for a movement that is long overdue. it’s about educating from the inside out.  own what you are passionate about.  we are about having high standards, education and building and bringing awareness to the masses.  you don’t have to have a fast wedding…. you can be well, enjoy the process and end with a wedding celebration you are present for, participate in, enjoy and will remember for the rest of your life. “slow weddings network” is a not-for-profit membership organization made up of wedding vendors around the world. its directory of vendors includes wedding professionals, artisans, musicians and mom & pop shops and other small businesses.  wellness, adventure and other ‘experience’ vendors that will enhance destination weddings are also included. artisan sweets, from slow weddings network bakeries and pastry makers. as founder and executive director of the slow weddings network, aimée newlander wears many hats. here is a bit more about aimée: she left a very successful career in and around the health and wellness corporate world to pursue a long-standing passion for organizing and managing events. that led to the founding of weddings by aimée in 2009 and her ‘mindful planning’ approach.  she knows that educating couples on how to feel prepared and organized for their ceremony and how to prioritize choices is so important.  her business quickly grew, thanks to creativity and possessing a true artistic flair that has helped organize all types of individualized weddings — from intimate and organic affairs to glamorous and opulent occasions. aimée’s professionalism, warm personality and superb eye for detail means that couples and their families are able to truly relax and enjoy the planning process without having to worry about a thing on wedding day. aimée considers herself a “destination wedding planner”, specializing in areas such as lake tahoe, big sur, carmel, california coastline as well as international locations (italy, france, mexico). “team” is a big part of who aimée is, from her time playing international soccer, to her passion for collaborating with other vendors at her events. she has managed budgets in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, cultivated stakeholder relationships for large scale events, and offers expertise in venue sourcing and procurement. one of aimée’s passions is developing venues from a raw space, molding a larger vision from scratch. she’s applied her passion, vision, and skills to founding the slow weddings network, and hopes to see the global movement grow into a well known organization. dreamy venues and beautiful attire for slow weddings ceremonies. follow and find weddings by aimée and the slow weddings network at these social places: slow weddings on facebook slow weddings on instagram weddings by aimee on facebook weddings by aimee on instagram the slow flowers podcast has been downloaded more than 158,500 times by listeners like you. thank you to each one of you for downloading, listening, commenting and sharing. it means so much. if you value the content you receive each week, i invite you to show your thanks and support the slow flowers podcast with a donation — the button can be found on our home page in the right column. your contributions will help make it possible to transcribe future episodes of the podcast. thank you to our lead sponsor for 2017: certified american grown flowers. the certified american-grown program and label provide a guarantee for designers and consumers on the source of their flowers. take pride in your flowers and buy with confidence, ask for certified american grown flowers.  to learn more visit americangrownflowers.org. we’re also grateful for support from arctic alaska peonies, a cooperative of 50 family farms in the heart of alaska providing high quality, american grown peony flowers during the months of july and august. visit them today at arcticalaskapeonies.com and welcome to our newest sponsor, the seattle wholesale growers market, a farmer-owned cooperative committed to providing the very best the pacific northwest has to offer in cut flowers, foliage and plants. the growers market’s mission is to foster a vibrant marketplace that sustains local flower farms and provides top-quality products and service to the local floral industry. find them at seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com longfield gardens has returned as a 2017 sponsor, and we couldn’t be happier to share their resources with you. longfield gardens provides home gardeners with high quality flower bulbs and perennials. their online store offers plants for every region and every season, from tulips and daffodils to dahlias, caladiums and amaryllis. visit them at lfgardens.com. more sponsor thanks goes to syndicate sales, an american manufacturer of vases and accessories for the professional florist. look for the american flag icon to find syndicate’s usa-made products and join the syndicate stars loyalty program at syndicatesales.com. and finally, thank you association of specialty cut flower growers. formed in 1988, ascfg was created to educate, unite, and support commercial cut flower growers. it mission is to help growers produce high-quality floral material, and to foster and promote the local availability of that product. learn more at ascfg.org i’m debra prinzing, host and producer of the slow flowers podcast. next week, you’re invited to join me in putting more american grown flowers on the table, one vase at a time. and if you like what you hear, please consider logging onto itunes and posting a listener review. the content and opinions expressed here are either mine alone or those of my guests alone, independent of any podcast sponsor or other person, company or organization. the slow flowers podcast is engineered and edited by andrew brenlan. learn more about his work at shellandtree.com. music credits: harpoon by gillicuddy http://freemusicarchive.org/music/gillicuddy/ licensed under attribution-noncommercial 3.0 international license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ not drunk by the joy drops http://freemusicarchive.org/music/the_joy_drops/not_drunk_ep https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ lovely by tryad http://tryad.bandcamp.com/album/instrumentals http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ additional music from: audionautix.com posted in american flowers week, 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