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episode 279: the boutique flower shop with portland’s hilary horvath
episode 278: slow flowers’ 2017 floral insights & industry forecast
episode 277: a year in review – slow flowers’ highlights for 2016
welcome to the final slow flowers podcast of 2016
episode 276: slow flowers’ holiday special with ellen zachos — from broadway stage to backyard foraging
episode 275: meet the authors and their fab floral books: louesa roebuck’s foraged flora and heather saunders’ flower house detroit
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little flower school
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alder + co.
welch wholesale florist
indianapolis art museum
nora (welch) steinmetz
annie (welch) horvath
certified american grown flowers.
arctic alaska peonies
syndicate sales
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shellandtree.com
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floral insights and industry forecast
slow flowers’ floral insights and industry forecast
#1 wholesalers are discovering america
seattle wholesale growers market
oregon flower growers association
mayesh wholesale florist
slowflowers.com
american flowers week
lisa waud’s flower house detroit
florabundance
joost bongaerts
slowflowers.com
70 percent of respondents said yes
#2 more farms selling direct
danielle hahn’s rose story farm
sun valley’s stargazer barn
resendiz brothers’ protea store
welcome to the final slow flowers podcast of 2016
slow flowers podcast
slow flowers highlights
slow flowers movement
i’ll start with some accolades
seattle wholesale growers market
growers’ choice award
garden writers association
slowflowers.com
silver medal
hall of fame
valentine’s day
slow flowers
slowflowers.com directory
the value of this earned media mention is $45,000
as for travel
i attended seven lovely and inspiring field to vase dinners
slow flowers
certified american grown
field to vase dinner tour
slow flowers member farms and designers
slow flowers meet-ups
gloria collins
gbc style
american flower farmers
california cut flower commission
certified american grown
diane szukovathy
jello mold farm
senator patty murray,
slow flowers meet-up
happy winter solstice
solstice garden gatherings
dennis westphall
jello mold farm
ellen zachos
garden writers
about.com,
foraging.about.com
northwest flower & garden show
sat, feb. 25 at 5:30 pm
sun, feb. 26 at 10:00 am
the botanist
ingredients:
to make the syrup:
misalliance by michael flanders and donald swann*
slow flowers podcast
certified american grown flowers
syndicate sales
longfield gardens,
arctic alaska peonies
association of specialty cut flower growers
debra prinzing
slow flowers podcast
slow flowers podcast
shellandtree.com
.
slow flowers
please meet two
floral instigators
louesa roebuck
heather saunders
listen carefully because we’re giving away one copy of foraged flora and one copy of flower house detroit — and you may be a lucky winner.
sue nevler
winter solstice garden gathering.
winter solstice garden gathering
b
debra prinzing 
slow flowers
hilary horvath
hilary horvath flowers
2017 floral insights and industry forecast
slow flowers movement
hilary horvath flowers
little flower school
schreiner’s iris farm
alder + co.
welch wholesale florist
indianapolis art museum
nora (welch) steinmetz
annie (welch) horvath
certified american grown flowers.
arctic alaska peonies
syndicate sales
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
shellandtree.com
.
floral insights and industry forecast
slow flowers’ floral insights and industry forecast
#1 wholesalers are discovering america
seattle wholesale growers market
oregon flower growers association
mayesh wholesale florist
slowflowers.com
american flowers week
lisa waud’s flower house detroit
florabundance
joost bongaerts
slowflowers.com
70 percent of respondents said yes
#2 more farms selling direct
danielle hahn’s rose story farm
sun valley’s stargazer barn
resendiz brothers’ protea store
welcome to the final slow flowers podcast of 2016
slow flowers podcast
slow flowers highlights
slow flowers movement
i’ll start with some accolades
seattle wholesale growers market
growers’ choice award
garden writers association
slowflowers.com
silver medal
hall of fame
valentine’s day
slow flowers
slowflowers.com directory
the value of this earned media mention is $45,000
as for travel
i attended seven lovely and inspiring field to vase dinners
slow flowers
certified american grown
field to vase dinner tour
slow flowers member farms and designers
slow flowers meet-ups
gloria collins
gbc style
american flower farmers
california cut flower commission
certified american grown
diane szukovathy
jello mold farm
senator patty murray,
slow flowers meet-up
happy winter solstice
solstice garden gatherings
dennis westphall
jello mold farm
ellen zachos
garden writers
about.com,
foraging.about.com
northwest flower & garden show
sat, feb. 25 at 5:30 pm
sun, feb. 26 at 10:00 am
the botanist
ingredients:
to make the syrup:
misalliance by michael flanders and donald swann*
slow flowers podcast
certified american grown flowers
syndicate sales
longfield gardens,
arctic alaska peonies
association of specialty cut flower growers
debra prinzing
slow flowers podcast
slow flowers podcast
shellandtree.com
.
slow flowers
please meet two
floral instigators
louesa roebuck
heather saunders
listen carefully because we’re giving away one copy of foraged flora and one copy of flower house detroit — and you may be a lucky winner.
sue nevler
winter solstice garden gathering.
winter solstice garden gathering
i
debra prinzing 
slow flowers
hilary horvath
hilary horvath flowers
2017 floral insights and industry forecast
slow flowers movement
hilary horvath flowers
little flower school
schreiner’s iris farm
alder + co.
welch wholesale florist
indianapolis art museum
nora (welch) steinmetz
annie (welch) horvath
certified american grown flowers.
arctic alaska peonies
syndicate sales
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
shellandtree.com
.
floral insights and industry forecast
slow flowers’ floral insights and industry forecast
#1 wholesalers are discovering america
seattle wholesale growers market
oregon flower growers association
mayesh wholesale florist
slowflowers.com
american flowers week
lisa waud’s flower house detroit
florabundance
joost bongaerts
slowflowers.com
70 percent of respondents said yes
#2 more farms selling direct
danielle hahn’s rose story farm
sun valley’s stargazer barn
resendiz brothers’ protea store
welcome to the final slow flowers podcast of 2016
slow flowers podcast
slow flowers highlights
slow flowers movement
i’ll start with some accolades
seattle wholesale growers market
growers’ choice award
garden writers association
slowflowers.com
silver medal
hall of fame
valentine’s day
slow flowers
slowflowers.com directory
the value of this earned media mention is $45,000
as for travel
i attended seven lovely and inspiring field to vase dinners
slow flowers
certified american grown
field to vase dinner tour
slow flowers member farms and designers
slow flowers meet-ups
gloria collins
gbc style
american flower farmers
california cut flower commission
certified american grown
diane szukovathy
jello mold farm
senator patty murray,
slow flowers meet-up
happy winter solstice
solstice garden gatherings
dennis westphall
jello mold farm
ellen zachos
garden writers
about.com,
foraging.about.com
northwest flower & garden show
sat, feb. 25 at 5:30 pm
sun, feb. 26 at 10:00 am
the botanist
ingredients:
to make the syrup:
misalliance by michael flanders and donald swann*
slow flowers podcast
certified american grown flowers
syndicate sales
longfield gardens,
arctic alaska peonies
association of specialty cut flower growers
debra prinzing
slow flowers podcast
slow flowers podcast
shellandtree.com
.
slow flowers
please meet two
floral instigators
louesa roebuck
heather saunders
listen carefully because we’re giving away one copy of foraged flora and one copy of flower house detroit — and you may be a lucky winner.
sue nevler
winter solstice garden gathering.
winter solstice garden gathering
em debra prinzing 
slow flowers
hilary horvath
hilary horvath flowers
2017 floral insights and industry forecast
slow flowers movement
hilary horvath flowers
little flower school
schreiner’s iris farm
alder + co.
welch wholesale florist
indianapolis art museum
nora (welch) steinmetz
annie (welch) horvath
certified american grown flowers.
arctic alaska peonies
syndicate sales
longfield gardens
association of specialty cut flower growers
slow flowers podcast
shellandtree.com
.
floral insights and industry forecast
slow flowers’ floral insights and industry forecast
#1 wholesalers are discovering america
seattle wholesale growers market
oregon flower growers association
mayesh wholesale florist
slowflowers.com
american flowers week
lisa waud’s flower house detroit
florabundance
joost bongaerts
slowflowers.com
70 percent of respondents said yes
#2 more farms selling direct
danielle hahn’s rose story farm
sun valley’s stargazer barn
resendiz brothers’ protea store
welcome to the final slow flowers podcast of 2016
slow flowers podcast
slow flowers highlights
slow flowers movement
i’ll start with some accolades
seattle wholesale growers market
growers’ choice award
garden writers association
slowflowers.com
silver medal
hall of fame
valentine’s day
slow flowers
slowflowers.com directory
the value of this earned media mention is $45,000
as for travel
i attended seven lovely and inspiring field to vase dinners
slow flowers
certified american grown
field to vase dinner tour
slow flowers member farms and designers
slow flowers meet-ups
gloria collins
gbc style
american flower farmers
california cut flower commission
certified american grown
diane szukovathy
jello mold farm
senator patty murray,
slow flowers meet-up
happy winter solstice
solstice garden gatherings
dennis westphall
jello mold farm
ellen zachos
garden writers
about.com,
foraging.about.com
northwest flower & garden show
sat, feb. 25 at 5:30 pm
sun, feb. 26 at 10:00 am
the botanist
ingredients:
to make the syrup:
misalliance by michael flanders and donald swann*
slow flowers podcast
certified american grown flowers
syndicate sales
longfield gardens,
arctic alaska peonies
association of specialty cut flower growers
debra prinzing
slow flowers podcast
slow flowers podcast
shellandtree.com
.
slow flowers
please meet two
floral instigators
louesa roebuck
heather saunders
listen carefully because we’re giving away one copy of foraged flora and one copy of flower house detroit — and you may be a lucky winner.
sue nevler
winter solstice garden gathering.
winter solstice garden gathering
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episode 277: a year in review – slow flowers’ highlights for 2016 http://www.debraprinzing.com/2016/12/28/episode-277-a-year-in-review-slow-flowers-highlights-for-2016/
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- http://www.debraprinzing.com/2016/07/20/episode-255-its-our-3rd-anniversary-of-the-slow-flowers-podcast-with-special-guest-kasey-cronquist/25916697505_fc7acfe56f_b/
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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 279: the boutique flower shop with portland’s hilary horvath january 11th, 2017 http://traffic.libsyn.com/slowflowerswithdebraprinzing/episode_279_the_boutique_flower_shop_with_portlands_hilary_horvath.mp3podcast: play in new window | downloadsubscribe: itunes | android | rss hilary horvath designs an impromptu bouquet for a customer at her eponymously-named shop inside portland’s alder + co. we’ve had some amazing extended episodes in the past month and now it’s time to return to our familiar format of single conversations with singular individuals. this week’s guest is hilary horvath of portland’s hilary horvath flowers. airing today’s conversation with hilary is a timely follow-up to last week’s episode when we released our 2017 floral insights and industry forecast. if you missed that episode, take a moment to download and hear the many things happening as the slow flowers movement disrupts and shifts the way flowers are grown, marketed and used by designers. you can find a link to a pdf of the report here. in that report, i cited a renaissance taking place among with brick-and-mortar flower shops in markets across the country where main street mom-and-pop florists are closing their doors. hilary horvath flowers embodies the new flower shop model — and i’m delighted to share her story with you today. i’m not sure how we first met, but recently, i was looking through photos from a little flower school of brooklyn workshop that came to schreiner’s iris farm in oregon a few years ago and there was hilary in my gallery of images. i had forgotten that we met taking that lovely design workshop together. hilary horvath flowers inside alder + co. since then, i’ve visited her beautiful flower shop, which resides just inside the entry of alder + co., a perfectly curated emporium for clothing, accessory, home, jewelry, paper and textiles — and hilary’s flowers. located on 10th & alder, on the hip and happening edge of downtown portland, hilary horvath’s flowers spill out onto the sidewalk and seemingly lure in people moved by the beautiful scene. hilary is dedicated to sourcing the most beautiful flowers to feature in her shop. one of her favorite and distinguished customers has said “not even in paris are the flowers this beautiful”, and she can believe it as she herself is constantly amazed and inspired by the offerings of the many flower growers with whom she is fortunate to know in the pacific northwest. hilary started working with welch wholesale florist in indianapolis, indiana in 1994. she continued to expand her skills in floral arrangement and styling in retail shops in indiana and chicago. hilary has found inspiration in the landscape of the pacific northwest and bounty of local growers for nearly a decade. her flowers range from wild, natural arrangements to romantic, elegant bouquets. hilary arranges flowers for weddings, events, photo shoots and individual and business clients throughout the portland area. she is also happy to travel to accommodate those living outside of portland who would like her beautiful and unique arrangements. you’ll hear in our conversation, recorded a few months ago while we shared a cup of tea at a cafe across from alder + co., our discussion of welch wholesale florist in indianapolis. in another small-world chapter of the life i live in flowers, i met the sisters who run welch wholesale in 2015 when i was a guest of the indianapolis art museum. i was there to speak at the museum’s flower festival and to also teach a design workshop. it was april – a little early for local flowers in indiana – but the museum worked with welch wholesale to source as many as they could find for our workshop. i remember how much fun it was to discover how resourceful and caring sisters nora (welch) steinmetz and annie (welch) horvath — they ordered local tulips, ranunculus and anemones — straight from flower farmers nearby! come to find out, this is where hilary’s roots in floriculture and horticulture began. i love knowing that this 55-year-old family business is part of her foundation in bringing flowers to her portland customers. please enjoy our conversation and these images of hilary’s beautiful design work. be inspired by the way seasonal beauty makes its way into her hand-tied bouquets and elegant arrangements. follow hilary horvath at these social places: hilary on facebook hilary on instagram thanks so much for joining me today. the slow flowers podcast has been downloaded more than 145,000 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 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. a big bouquet of thanks goes to longfield gardens… providing 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 shellandtree.com. music notes: vittoro; lahaina; manele 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, creativity, floral design, general, plants, podcast episodes, slow flowers podcast, slowflowers.com the directory of american flowers | no comments » episode 278: slow flowers’ 2017 floral insights & industry forecast january 4th, 2017 http://traffic.libsyn.com/slowflowerswithdebraprinzing/episode_278_slow_flowers_2017_floral_insights_industry_forecast.mp3podcast: play in new window | downloadsubscribe: itunes | android | rss happy new year and welcome to the third annual slow flowers’ floral insights and industry forecast. unlike most trend reports, this compilation tracks changing shifts, emerging ideas and new concepts that are taking hold in the american floral world.  think of it as your next, new and now report. these topics are gleaned from my conversations and interviews that took place with many of you during 2016– slow flowers members, including farmers, florists and creatives.  i know some of you have already experienced these emerging developments and your influence has inspired this list. if you would like a copy of this report, please click here: 2017-floral-insights [pdf download] i look forward to your reaction, thoughts, and input on the slow flowers’ floral insights and industry forecast, including the ideas and themes i may have overlooked! i invite you to share yours in the comment section below. let’s get started: #1 wholesalers are discovering america. in the midst of global floriculture, with trade in cut flowers estimated at more than $100 billion per year, $13 billion of which takes place in the u.s., we’ve been seduced by the notion that the world is our oyster (or flower field). mellano & co. is a certified american grown flower farm. in many markets around the country, the wholesale florist is the only commercial cut flowers and foliage source for floral designers, flower shops and studios to purchase product.yet after branding themselves as the only way to access a world of floral options, some wholesale florists are returning to their roots, at least in part. they are proactively sourcing from american flower farms large and small to stock their coolers and shelves. and beyond this step, many are also using signage and labeling to inform buyers of the origin of that product. i believe the explosion of farmer-florists and the growth of small-scale floral agriculture in markets across north america has occurred in part because of frustration with the lack of or limited local sourcing by conventional wholesalers. let me say that again: farmer-florists and small-scale floral agriculture have stepped into the gaping void created when wholesalers turned their backs on local flower farmers. and now they’re waking up to the missed opportunity. the success of the seattle wholesale growers market, well-documented by me and on this podcast over the past several years, as well as the continued growth of the farmer-owned oregon flower growers association market in portland underscore that demand for local flowers is already in place. now we are witnessing a shift among some conventional wholesalers to align their brand with american grown and locally-grown flowers. mayesh wholesale florist is the most active in this arena, with active support for slowflowers.com, american flowers week, lisa waud’s flower house detroit, and other sponsorships. when mayesh opened its renovated portland, oregon, branch in early november, the company asked me to make a design presentation. the team there was very supportive of my request for all locally-grown product — hat’s off to mayesh and i certainly expect that their success at the cash register will motivate other conventional wholesale florists to get onboard. i’ve previously singled out santa barbara-based florabundance, led by joost bongaerts, for making the effort to label all california-grown floral and foliage offerings on his online wholesale site. it is an effective tool — one i hope others will emulate. it is certainly a step that demonstrates excellent customer service and an awareness that florabundance shoppers want to know the origin of the flowers they purchase. this past fall, i surveyed slowflowers.com members for their take on a number of topics and trends. when i asked, “if you shop with conventional florists, are you finding more american grown and locally-grown product than in the past?” 70 percent of respondents said yes. here are a few of the specific comments to elaborate: i request american grown from my rep, and i think there are more boutique, seasonal items that are coming from smaller farmers i have been asking my conventional wholesalers to bring in more american grown product and i think it is helping. the “american grown” branding really helps us to know that is happening. it’s definitely taking place and some people at the conventional wholesalers are proud to share that their products are american grown. this last comment reflects that the industry still has far to go. one member noted: it’s a toss up. they say they want to add more but i’m not sure if they are working really hard at. and they don’t do a very good job at advertising what is local and what is not. my rep knows that i want american grown but still have to ask every time #2 more farms selling direct. this insight is closely connected with item number one. in general, the conventional wholesale model is changing, as traditional channels of floral distribution are disrupted. i predict that more flower farms will seek and establish new ways to bypass the conventional wholesale pipeline and market direct to florists and consumers. this is a hot topic and certainly one that’s hard to find anyone willing to go on record to discuss. our slow flowers survey revealed numerous sales channels among flower farmers. granted, the majority of slow flowers farm-members are small-scale producers, but i believe they are the ones modeling how diversification and direct-to-florist commerce can succeed. when asked about their distribution channels, our respondents cited the following top three outlets: seventy percent are growing flowers for their own weddings and event clients; this is followed closely by farms selling direct to other florists and wedding designers, at around 67 percent with 53 percent of flower farms reporting they sell to local flower shops after this top tier, the percentages drop down to one third of respondents who sell flowers via farmers’ markets and csa subscribers (basically consumer-direct) and about one-quarter who sell to local wholesalers and grocery/supermarket buyers.there is another farm-direct model, and here’s where i think the disruption is most revealing. a number of large farms are experimenting with direct-to-florist and direct-to-consumer models. there is another farm-direct model and here’s where i think the disruption is most revealing. a number of large farms are experimenting with direct-to-florist and direct-to-consumer models. a few successful single-crop models have been in place, such as danielle hahn’s rose story farm, which in the past few years has shifted almost completely away from selling through wholesalers to florist-direct fulfillment, and many of the alaska peony growers who sell direct to florists and consumers. now, diversified, large-scale growers are beginning to spin off consumer-focused web shops, such as sun valley’s stargazer barn or resendiz brothers’ protea store. in the scheme of things, these new ventures are moving only a small fraction of their parent farms’ floral inventory. but i predict that as large farms bend to demand for farm-direct sourcing of flowers (by consumers and florists alike), the path from field to bouquet will speed up and perhaps take fewer detours through brokers and wholesalers. that means fresher, more seasonal and better value for all floral customers. read more… posted in american grown, blog posts, creativity, entertainment, floral design, flower farming, general, podcast episodes, slow flowers podcast, slowflowers.com the directory of american flowers, writing | 4 comments » episode 277: a year in review – slow flowers’ highlights for 2016 december 28th, 2016 http://traffic.libsyn.com/slowflowerswithdebraprinzing/episode_277_a_year_in_review_slow_flowers_highlights_for_2016.mp3podcast: play in new window | downloadsubscribe: itunes | android | rss welcome to the final slow flowers podcast of 2016 last year at this time, i mentioned that the slow flowers podcast had been downloaded 76,000 times in two-and-one-half years. today, i can tell you that 2016’s listenership nearly doubled that total, meanings as many people tuned into this weekly episode in 12 months than in the previous 30 months combined. that’s the best news i could ask for as we reflect on the successes and strides of 2016. every single week this year; in fact, every single week for 178 weeks, it has been my privilege to feature the voices of our slow flowers community with you. you’ve heard from flower farmers and floral designers, pioneers and personalities,  who together are changing the floral landscape, disrupting the status quo, and bringing flower sourcing and growing practices, not to mention eco-conscious design methods, to the center of the conversation. take the pledge!!! as i have done since the beginning of 2014, i would like to dedicate today’s episode to the slow flowers highlights we’ve witnessed this year. next week, on january 4th, i will share my 2017 floral industry forecast with you. as the slow flowers movement gains more supporters and more passionate participants who believe in the importance of the american cut flower industry, the momentum is contagious. i know you feel it, too. i’ll start with some accolades this happened and it came as a total surprise! 2016 kicked off with a lovely surprise as the seattle wholesale growers market honored me with the growers’ choice award for outstanding contributions to revitalizing the local floral community. the flower farmers and staff of this innovated farm-to-florist wholesale market are near and dear to my heart, and it’s so gratifying to receive their recognition. my efforts to promote and sustain domestic flowers is especially sweet because of those who gave me this award. in september, the garden writers association, my professional community, honored slowflowers.com – the web site – with a silver medal in the digital media category. the organization also inducted me into the hall of fame, an honor given to one person each year — an unexpected and humbling acknowledgement for my work in gardening communications. and then there’s valentine’s day yay! check it out!!! the opportunity for engaging the media in a discussion about american grown flowers, local flowers and the origin and growing practices of flowers at valentine’s day is an obvious one — and we have been vocal about sharing the slow flowers story. the 2016 press was major, with martha stewart living’s mention of slow flowers and the slowflowers.com directory in its february 2016 issue – here’s the text: “the benefits of choosing locally grown foods over those from all over the world extends to flowers as well. that’s why garden and features editor melissa ozawa likes slowflowers.com, an online directory of more than 600 florists and flower farms across the united states. the site offers local blooms in season (for instance, winter tulips or anemones, if you’re in the northwest). have your heart set on classic roses? it also helps users find growers in california and oregon that ship nationally.”  there you have it! short and very sweet! individually, none of us could have earned this type of media attention from a magazine with paid circulation of more than 2 million subscribers, monthly newsstand sales of 115,000 issues and total audience reach of more than 9 million. the demographics of the martha stewart reader are in close alignment with your own floral business. you can feel especially proud of what we’ve accomplished knowing that the value of this earned media mention is $45,000, something that none of us could have ever afforded if we purchased advertising space in the magazine. as for travel, in 2016, well, i retained my mvp gold status on alaska airlines, which means i spent more than 40,000 miles in the air in 2016. perhaps not an accomplishment when it comes to burning jet fuel, but to me, the amount of travel i was able to make on behalf of floral promotion, including connecting with many of you, was significant — and to compensate for that travel footprint, i tried to engage with as many flower farmers and florists at every destination! i attended seven lovely and inspiring field to vase dinners, serving as co-host and sponsor. slow flowers partnered with the certified american grown campaign’s field to vase dinner tour, which took me to flower farms in california, texas, colorado, pennsylvania and washington state. the certified american grown program produces the field to vase dinner tour — and is a sponsor of this podcast. shown from left: bill prescott of sun valley flower farm, nyt bestselling author amy stewart of “flower confidential”, kasey and me. i teamed up with kasey cronquist, administrator of the certified american grown brand, to welcome more hundreds of dinner guests who enjoyed local food and local flowers, who heard the slow flowers message and met and learned from slow flowers member farms and designers. it has been a huge honor to be part of the field to vase dinner tour for the past two years — and i am confident that the dinners helped to change attitudes, assumptions and understanding about the origin of flowers at the center of the table. and a footnote, the field to vase dinner tour dates for 2017 should be announced soon.  at many of my travel destinations, i was able to meet slow flowers members and even take part in slow flowers meet-ups. i can’t tell you how meaningful it has been to put faces and voices to names i perhaps only before knew via social media.it was thrilling to visit cities and towns where i was welcomed into beautiful shops and studios, as well as onto prolific farms where domestic flowers flourished. many of those events only took place because so many of you stepped up to host me and i want to thank the following folks for making connections possible when i was in their towns: with my friend gloria battista collins of gbc style, we posed happily with our finished arrangements. in early february, gloria collins, gbc style, hosted me at her manhattan apartment when i visited nyc.  we recorded a podcast episode and took laura dowling’s design workshop together at flower school new york — what a fabulous experience. later that month, for the third consecutive year, i traveled to washington, d.c., to meet up with a motivated group of american flower farmers for the annual “fly in” sponsored by california cut flower commission and certified american grown. tony ortiz of joseph and sons in santa paula, calif., past slow flowers podcast guest, and i were happy to deliver american grown flowers to decorate the congressional cut flower caucus hearings. farmer-florist andrea gagnon of lynnvale studios designed the bouquet. i participated in the day-long advisory board meeting for certified american grown, where i fill the consumer advocate seat. and i joined farmers on visits to meet staff in congressional and senate offices, as we shared the message of domestic and local flowers. a highlight for diane szukovathy of jello mold farm, and me was meeting our own amazing senator patty murray, and thanking her for support she and her staff have given washington state’s local flower farmers. during my time in d.c., i also hosted a slow flowers meet-up at tabard inn, a beautiful historic venue in the nation’s capitol. there was a crazy storm that caused some of our members in the maryland, virginia, and d.c., area to miss the event, but we had about two dozen together for cocktails and conversation — and i was inspired by our conversations and connections made. read more… posted in american flowers week, american grown, blog posts, creativity, floral design, flower farming, general, podcast episodes, slow flowers podcast, slowflowers.com the directory of american flowers | 1 comment » episode 276: slow flowers’ holiday special with ellen zachos — from broadway stage to backyard foraging december 21st, 2016 http://traffic.libsyn.com/slowflowerswithdebraprinzing/episode_276_slow_flowers_holiday_special_with_ellen_zachos_from_broadway_stage_to_backyard_foraging.mp3podcast: play in new window | downloadsubscribe: itunes | android | rss first of all, happy winter solstice! you may be celebrating tonight with a garden walk, a concept proposed by sue nevler, a seattle friend of mine who is active in the american public garden community. the idea she has is that we light a candle and take a nighttime walk in a garden with others as a peaceful gathering of community — by extension, i’m suggesting we celebrate solstice in cutting gardens and on flower farms. if today is the first you’ve heard of her suggestion, follow this link for more details about solstice garden gatherings. i’m delighted to share a very special holiday episode — and i hope it feeds your spirit as much as has mine. last year’s holiday episode featured musician-songwriter-flower farmer dennis westphall of jello mold farm in mt. vernon, washington. in case you missed that spirited program in which dennis played some of his original songs and sang for us, here’s the link to that episode. today’s uber-talented guest foraging expert and amazing vocalist ellen zachos. i worried for a while that dennis and his music would be a hard act to follow, but then my friend ellen zachos agreed to join me, sharing her lovely vocals and the story of her love affair with plants. i’m so pleased she said yes when i asked. i first learned about ellen in the pages of harvard magazine, which my husband bruce receives each month as an alumni. it was probably a dozen years ago when harvard profiled one of its alums, a new hampshire native who had moved to new york city after graduation and joined the stage. she also studied horticulture at the new york botanical garden. ellen zachos as audrey in little shop of horrors at the alhambra dinner theatre, jacksonville, florida ellen is possibly the only cast member of les miserable who has also run a planting design business that served manhattan’s elite owners of rooftop greenhouses. what a wonderful story and i couldn’t wait to meet her. since the garden writing world is as intimate and interconnected as the slow flowers world, it didn’t take long for ellen and me to meet in person. i’m not sure when we actually connected, but i’m guessing it was more than a decade ago at a garden writers symposium. today you will hear more of her amazing story — and enjoy her music, my holiday gift to you. ellen zachos, longtime broadway cast member of les miserables. ellen’s journey from theatre to horticulture to her current platform — as the top backyard foraging expert — will wow you. here’s a little more about my friend. on her web site, ellen writes: “i moved to nyc sometime in the last century to be an actor. i know, i know, it’s an age-old story, small town girl moves to nyc, lands a role on broadway, decides she’d rather be a horticulturist, and starts her own garden design, installation, and maintenance business. you’ve heard it many times before. “but seriously, after leaving the cast of les miz on broadway, i went back to school at the new york botanical garden and earned certificates in both ornamental horticulture and ethnobotany. for many years i taught at the nybg on a wide range of subjects and ran my roof top gardening business: acme plant stuff. “as i learned more about plants i noticed that many traditional ornamental plants had edible and medicinal histories. i wondered why we didn’t eat hostas any more, and people planted hopniss for its flowers rather than its delicious, potato-like tubers. ellen holds foraged wild garlic. “gradually, my emphasis shifted from plants that were merely ornamental to plants that fed both body and soul, the eyes and the stomach. i started out foraging in the garden, because that’s where i could identify the plants and i knew they were safe from potentially dangerous insecticides and herbicides. soon i ventured out into the wilds of central park, the woods of pennsylvania, the deserts of new mexico, the islands of scotland, and the gorges of greece. in other words, i’m always looking for delicious, free food!” as the foraging expert at about.com, (foraging.about.com) ellen shares seasonal recipes and tips on foraging every month. she also works with remy martin usa, teaching foraging mixology workshops across the us, and she is currently working on a book about foraged cocktails, due out in 2017. i love this line from her blog at backyardforager.com: i want to get you hooked on wild edibles so maybe next time you’ll be sitting in that car with me when i pull over to harvest burdock flower stems. because so much of the joy of foraging is sharing it with someone who also appreciates the flavors and the adventure. green up time, ellen zachos sings botanical broadway the author of six books previous books, including backyard foraging: 65 familiar plants you didn’t know you could eat, orchid growing for wimps, and growing healthy houseplants,  ellen also writes a monthly column for the national gardening association and she is the senior advisor for new england for garden compass (the # 1 rated itunes gardening app). she loves to teach and is a frequent lecturer at botanic gardens, flower shows, and for garden clubs around the world. ellen’s show business background taught her how to engage an audience, and she combines this natural skill with years of practical experience and plenty of book learning. a long-time instructor at the new york botanical garden, ellen recently moved to santa fe, nm, which means she splits time between the desert southwest and the lush northeast. it’s quite a contrast, botanically-speaking, and one that keeps her learning new plants as well as new ways to eat them. ellen’s new book will be released in may 2017. today’s episode will feature a conversation between two professional colleagues who greatly admire one another — and you’ll hear the warmth of friendship in our voices. here is a peek at the cover of ellen’s new book, at right. seattle fans can hear ellen speak at the upcoming northwest flower & garden show in february, where she’ll be speaking twice: sat, feb. 25 at 5:30 pm / hood room, backyard foraging: gathering from the garden sun, feb. 26 at 10:00 am / hood room, the blended garden: discover plants that do double duty follow ellen on facebook follow ellen on twitter find ellen on instagram ellen is a foraging-mixology expert for the botanist, a luxury gin here’s more about ellen’s foraging-mixology work for the botanist, from the company’s blog. she shared this lovely winter cocktail recipe for you to try: ingredients: 2 ounces bourbon, 1/2 ounce crabapple syrup, seltzer combine the bourbon and syrup in a shaker full of ice and shake for 30 seconds. strain into a coupe and add seltzer to taste. i add 1/2 ounce but some people like more. to make the syrup: put your crabapples (2 cups is a good, minimum amount to start with) in a saucepan and barely cover with water. bring the contents to a boil, then reduce the heat and let simmer for five minutes, mashing occasionally with a potato masher to release the juices. pour the fruit through a jelly bag and let it hang until all the juice has been extracted. resist the temptation to squeeze the jelly bag or the liquid may turn cloudy. measure the juice and return it to your saucepan. add an equal amount of sugar and whisk to combine. you want the sugar to be fully dissolved; rub a little liquid between your fingers, it should feel smooth. ellen shared these lyrics from “misalliance,” with her edits to americanize the english: misalliance by michael flanders and donald swann* the fragrant honeysuckle spirals clockwise to the sun and many other creepers do the same. but some climb counter-clockwise, the bindweed does for one, convolvulus to give her proper name. rooted on either side of the door, one of each species grew, and raced up to the window ledge above. each corkscrewed to the lintel in the only way it knew, where they stopped, touched tendrils, smiled, and fell in love. said the right-handed honeysuckle to the left-handed bindweed, “oh let us get married if our parents don’t mind, we’d be loving and inseparable, inextricably entwined, we’d live happily ever after,” said the honeysuckle to the bindweed. to the honeysuckle’s parents it came as a shock. “the bindweeds,” they cried, “are inferior stock. the uncultivated, of breeding bereft. we twine to the right and they twine to the left.” said the counterclockwise bindweed to the clockwise honeysuckle, “we’d better start saving, our reserve mustn’t buckle. run away on a honeymoon and hope that our luck’ll take a turn for the better,” said the bindweed to the honeysuckle. a bee who was passing remarked to them then, “i’ve said it before and i’ll say it again. consider your offshoots if offshoots there be. they’ll never receive any blessing from me. poor little sucker, how will it learn when it is climbing, which way to turn. right, left, what a disgrace. or it may grow straight up and fall flat on its face.” said the right-hand thread honeysuckle to the left-hand thread bindweed, “it seems that against us all fate has combined. oh my darling, oh my darling, oh my darling columbine, thou art lost and gone forever, we shall never intertwine.” together they found them, the very next day. they had pulled up their roots and just shriveled away, deprived of that freedom for which we must fight: to veer to the left or to veer to the right. *americanized by ellen zachos please enjoy our conversation and happy holidays!  if you’re looking for the perfect gift for the gardener or flower lover in your life, there’s definitely still time to order green up time as a cd or downloadable mp3 album. the slow flowers podcast has been downloaded more than 140,000 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 2016: 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. 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. a big bouquet of thanks goes to longfield gardens, providing 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. a fond thank you 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 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 and hannah brenlan. learn more about their work at shellandtree.com. posted in american grown, blog posts, book reviews, creativity, entertainment, gardening, general, plants, playfulness, podcast episodes, slow flowers podcast, writing | 2 comments » episode 275: meet the authors and their fab floral books: louesa roebuck’s foraged flora and heather saunders’ flower house detroit december 14th, 2016 http://traffic.libsyn.com/slowflowerswithdebraprinzing/meet_the_authors_and_their_fab_floral_books_louesa_roebuck_of_foraged_flora_and_heather_saunders_of_flower_house_detroit.mp3podcast: play in new window | downloadsubscribe: itunes | android | rss we’re coming in on the close of this year — and what a year for slow flowers it has been. the final few episodes of 2016 are coming together and i know they will inspire, inform, and instigate — focusing on the creative process as each of us tries to set aside time to recharge body, mind and spirit. louesa roebuck, co-author of foraged flora heather saunders, creator and photographer of the book flower house detroit please meet two floral instigators, book creators whose new projects will introduce you to what’s possible when art and the artistic process are respected, honored and allowed to work magic. my first guest is louesa roebuck, co-creator of a new book called foraged flora. my second guest is heather saunders, the genius photographer who just released her new book flower house detroit. you are in for a big treat to hear from these two innovators, artists who document floral installations in the printed form, with results that i find incredibly moving. listen carefully because we’re giving away one copy of foraged flora and one copy of flower house detroit — and you may be a lucky winner. may: roses | philadelphus | mint geranium first, louesa. i met louesa in 2013 when sunset magazine asked me to write a short piece on her tiny, eponymous flower shop in sf. you’ll hear us recall lunching together in marin county for that interview — and since then, we’ve occasionally stayed in touch and definitely followed each other’s separate but parallel floral journeys. i just looked up the small sunset article i wrote about louesa- and this will make her smile when she hears this – i titled the piece “foraged and gleaned” november: roses | clematis gone to seed | magnolia | rose hips | hydrangea foraging and gleaning are the subtext to louesa’s newest project, the book we’ll discuss. utterly unconventional in the best way, louesa has charted a course in her professional life that is motivated by her season and nature-first ethos and the results are gathered in a gorgeous new book called foraged flora, released in late october. we’ve been trying to coordinate our schedules to record an interview and here it is, just in time to add foraged flora to holiday gift lists – for giving and receiving. as i mentioned, listen carefully for details on how you can win a copy of the book! read more… posted in american grown, blog posts, book reviews, creativity, floral design, flower farming, general, plants, podcast episodes, slow flowers podcast, slowflowers.com the directory of american flowers, writing | 9 comments » join me for winter solstice, december 21st december 8th, 2016 i believe all creatives want to make a difference in their community, and to that end, may i share an opportunity that my seattle friend sue nevler has suggested? she is proposing that gardeners, ecologists, naturalists, flower farmers and anyone engaged with the environment schedule, host or take part in a winter solstice garden gathering. sue sent this note to her community last week: dear garden friends, i am asking gardens to join together on dec. 21st, the winter solstice, to invite people to bring a light and enjoy the company of others in a favorite beautiful lighted night garden. solstice is a very old tradition, and people are looking for community and connections at this time.  this is not a protest, but a coming together, a chance for unity, camaraderie, savoring the calm, serenity and beauty that our gardens provide. as past director of the dunn gardens in seattle, i began a solstice stroll there. it was a simple, quiet, beautiful winter night’s event. friends gathered around a bonfire, hold a candle, savor garden shadows and dark sky. this year, i’m gathering with many sister gardens in the pacific northwest and beyond. all have shown interest and enthusiasm. i was inspired to think about a much larger winter solstice garden gathering after reading a message that the american public gardens association sent to members on november 14, 2016. “at this moment, the world needs public gardens more than ever. everyone needs to disconnect from the stress and loss; then find, themselves in our gardens. whether they are naturally preserved and conserved or deliberately designed to evoke awe and emotion, gardens are where we can all intersect.” as sue encourages garden communities, and i’d like to encourage floral/flower farming communities, to incorporate gatherings as appropriate to your part of the country. sue suggests that we find inspiration from eric lui, who cowrote “gardens of democracy” in 2011:  he wrote, “to be a gardener is not to let nature take its course; it is to tend.”  and clearly, those of us in the slow flowers movement know that “to be a flower farmer is not to let nature take its course, but it is to tend.” tend to your corner of the world, in a garden or on a flower farm, and participate in this simple practice of unity, community, and humanity on dec. 21st, the winter solstice. together, may we illuminate and nurture our floral communities. posted in blog posts, creativity, gardening, general, spiritual practices | no comments » « previous entries --> slow flowers podcast listen to the slow flowers podcast - click here for free downloads podcast archive book store check out slow flowers and the 50 mile bouquet as well as debra’s other books available on amazon. --> podcast sponsors support the slow flowers podcast previous posts january 2017 (2) december 2016 (7) november 2016 (5) october 2016 (7) september 2016 (5) august 2016 (6) july 2016 (6) june 2016 (7) may 2016 (8) april 2016 (5) march 2016 (5) february 2016 (5) january 2016 (5) december 2015 (7) november 2015 (4) october 2015 (6) september 2015 (9) august 2015 (7) july 2015 (9) 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