Table of Contents – March 2017 – Vol. 208, No. 3

On the Theme

Question of the Month
Florists share their ideas for creating workplaces that stimulate their employees’ imagination.

Encouraging Employee Creativity
How creativity and innovation in floral design and business problem solving are equally critical to success.

Rosy Memories
Pasadena’s Rose Parade inspires floral industry pride.

Creativity: Finding it, Cultivating it, Celebrating it
Three designers share their thoughts on finding, cultivating and celebrating creativity.

A Curious Creative
How Passionflower’s Susan McLeary keeps her creative imagination alive.

European Connection
London’s Judith Blacklock to join Florists’ Review.

Q&A: Balancing Design and Business
How one Seattle-area florist uses creativity to keep his business relevant, moving forward and growing

A Floral Abundance
Florabundance’s Inspirational Design Days.

Phil Rulloda: Creativity Personified
Discover one of America’s greatest spiritual evangelists of floral design.

Creativity Reborn
Verdant botanicals celebrate the awakening of spring.

ON THE COVER

Floral design by Bridget Collins
The Flora Forager,
Seattle, Wash.
Photo by Bridget Collins

Departments

TREND WATCH
PERSPECTIVE

DIGITAL
INSTAGRAMMER OF THE MONTH

TECHNIQUE
FASHIONABLY FUSED

SYMPATHY
REFINED REMEMBRANCE

INSPIRATIONAL
RECHARGE YOUR CREATIVITY

PRODUCT
PRODUCTS IN BLOOM

EVENTS
UNITED FLORAL’S 2016 GALA CELEBRATION
IFE 2017
TPIE 2017
THE SPECIAL EVENT
CALENDAR

BUSINESS
BIZ BITS
BRIEFS

FROM THE PUBLISHER
FROM THE PUBLISHER

CLASSIFIEDS
PRODUCT SOURCES
ADVERTISERS INDEX

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