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floral designer, Emily Thompson

Emily Thompson, Floral Designer, Takes Manhattan

Why a flower shop? "It's really hard to communicate the scope and texture of what I do," she says, "so I wanted a physical space where people can walk in and smell lemon verbena and quince and Saint Helena sage." / "What I find is green, wild, and unpatterned," Louesa says. "Not things that are manipulated, manicured, sprayed, and uniform."

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Why a flower shop? "It's really hard to communicate the scope and texture of what I do," she says, "so I wanted a physical space where people can walk in and smell lemon verbena and quince and Saint Helena sage." / "What I find is green, wild, and unpatterned," Louesa says. "Not things that are manipulated, manicured, sprayed, and uniform."

O Ikebana é a tradicional arte japonesa dos arranjos florais. Ikebana significa "a arte de fazer as flores viverem". Esta arte milenar teve início na Índia, com o propósito de expressar conceitos budistas através da beleza e sutileza das flores. Muito mais do que simples forma de arte, o Ikebana pode ser também considerado um ato religioso.

O Ikebana é a tradicional arte japonesa dos arranjos florais. Ikebana significa "a arte de fazer as flores viverem". Esta arte milenar teve início na Índia, com o propósito de expressar conceitos budistas através da beleza e sutileza das flores. Muito mais do que simples forma de arte, o Ikebana pode ser também considerado um ato religioso.

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Marigold and Mint - Seattle-based farm, retail shop, and flower studio.

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Whimsical arrangements on display at Flamant’s flower shop in Paris.

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Whimsical arrangements on display at Flamant’s flower shop in Paris.

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