By Greta Lint Special to the Courier-Tribune ASHEBORO — Lynn Baker hops on her bright orange utility task vehicle (UTV) each day and drives to work. Her route winds through the woods, splashes into large, deep puddles and ends...
Today’s guest is April Lemly of Kamama Flowers, pictured in the doorway of her new “Flower Bar,” co-located with Peninsula Taproom in Sequim, Washington. Last week I announced the winner of the Slow Flowers Summit’s ticket sales promotion called...
Flower farmer Rita Jo Shoultz of Alaska Perfect Peony has been recognized before for her efforts to improve her industry and community. In 2014, she was a nominee for Champions of Change for the Future of Agriculture, earning her...
As if we needed a special reason to celebrate the state's signature flower, did you know Friday is California Poppy Day? Yes, the official state holiday of California on April 6 is named for the state flower. You probably...
Tobey Nelson poses in a botanical floral throne of her design (c) Suzanne Rothmeyer Photography Last spring, today’s guest invited me to be the opening speaker for her first floral design workshop — and while I’ve attended many and...
Love this adorable pic of Hannah Morgan, snapped at one of her workshops for The Field Trip Society It’s wonderful to turn the page, post-Valentine’s Day, and focus on the soon-to-arrive spring season. When I visited today’s guest just...
Neighbors used to call Diana Roy “Flower Girl.” “I never seemed to have quite enough flowers in my own yard, so I was always asking neighbors if I could cut some of theirs,” she says . Diana Roy of...
We are super excited to share with you all our fab plans for Mother's Day. As always, we're working hard to keep it locally sourced and British grown and with this in mind bring you a wonderful workshop brimming...
Wanting to showcase the best of California for their International guests, this Bride and Groom landed on the iconic lavender fields of San Ysidro Ranch to host their big day. The result planned by Joy Proctor , with florals...
Our Wild and Vintage Mother’s Day range is perfect for a Mum that doesn’t like anything too ordinary… these arrangement are full of hand-picked and hand-tied material. They were designed with Wild and Natural at the forefront of our...
A springtime bonanza is not expected. Still? Other flowery loveliness may await. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images) The last third of February has a way of inspiring a pondering person to ponder a host of topics that are highly...
The scarlet monkeyflower's wide geographic range across the western US makes it a model system to learn more about climate change responses in plants. Credit: Seema Sheth Demographic compensation has served as a possible explanation for the survival of...
The majority of roses Americans give one another on Valentine’s Day, roughly 200 million in all, grow here, the savanna outside Bogota, summoned from the soil by 12 hours of natural sunlight, the 8,400-foot altitude and an abundance of...
I'm a flower alchemist and founder of a plant apothecary, so, needless to say, I'm fascinated with all things floral. I believe that the petals we're drawn to speak volumes about our inner desires, and plants hold subtle energies...
Media player: "Space" to play, "M" to mute, "left" and "right" to seek. Australia's slow flower movement is a late bloomer compared to the global trend, but a new collaboration of micro-farmers hopes to encourage consumers to support the...
Flower grower and sustainability activist Joost Bakker promotes green design and zero waste. Flower grower and sustainability activist Joost Bakker finally has the chance to help realise one of his long-held ambitions – to see the tops of our...
While it may be fashionable to investigate the early childhood of your steak, when was the last time you asked your florist about the provenance of your peonies? According to the most recent U.S. Department of Agriculture figures, the...
While it may be fashionable to investigate the early childhood of your steak, when was the last time you asked your florist about the provenance of your peonies? According to the most recent U.S. Department of Agriculture figures, the...
San Francisco’s Chinese New Year celebration officially began Saturday, and some say this lunar year will be a favorite among the crowds. That’s because it’s the Year of the Dog and, well, dogs are cute. Chinatown’s annual Flower Market...
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