Five coordinated groupings capture the essence of the 2009 holiday
Fresh, ready-made topiaries and wintergreen forms provide
labor-saving foundations for creative holiday designs.
Springfield, Mo., florist Ron Johnson opens his home and celebrates
the Christmas season in his new book, My Favorite Things.
Wonderful Open House
As this annual holiday event at Everts Flowers, Home & Gifts
approaches its 50th year, its owner shares the secrets to its
These fresh arrangements were actual top-selling creations in flower
shops during the 2008 Christmas season.
Decorating Trends 2009
A look at how consumers will decorate their homes this season and
the products they are most likely to buy.
A new campaign encourages florists and others in the industry to
display their enthusiasm for flowers with customized buttons.
on the cover:
miniature carnations and ‘Freedom’ roses from Golden Flowers;
Hydrangeas, lily grass (Liriope) and bracelet honey
myrtle (Melaleuca) from favorite suppliers; Whimsical Woods
Pail from burton + BURTON.
Photography by Stephen Smith
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