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    Max Gill used my quote from The 50 Mile Bouquet on his lovely new web site. His work is amazing! Sublime and honest, dreamy and organic.

    Flower arranging when I really should be packing my suitcase . . . Morning bouquet-making

    Lilacs, hellebores, dicentra, narcissus, lamb's ears . . . aaah! #AmericanGrown #slowflowers

    The white square dish, elevated on a pedestal, makes this simple grouping of flowers all the more special. From Debra Prinzing's Slow Flowers book.

    Chocolate-and-Vanilla, A graphic, fresh combination: dark-chocolate-colored Anthriscus sylvestris foliage with creamy white Viburnum tinus flowers. From Debra Prinzing's Slow Flowers book.

    Bronze Flea Market Pedestal Bowl with flowers from my garden and from Northwest flower farmers

    Olive Glass Urn with seasonal and local Northwest flowers

    Green Floraline Pedestal Bowl with locally grown Northwest flowers

    Floral urns that earn my admiration

    Hellebores play so nicely with snowball viburnums, anemones and more. All grown by #flowerfarmers in the Pacific Northwest

    Two delicious anemones, grown by Vivian Larson of Everyday Flowers

    Coming to Southern California

    Sweet pieris sprigs (Pieris japonica ' 'Dorothy Wyckoff') - straight from the garden to Ellen Spector Platt's little bud vases. Springtime~

    SLOW FLOWERS: Weeks 10 and 11

    SLOW FLOWERS: Weeks 8 and 9

    Winfred VanWingerden of Maximum Nursery in Carpinteria, CA

    SLOW FLOWERS: Week 8 features my garden daffodils, forsythia, euphorbia and a twist of variegated/scented geranium foliage.

    Eden rose... Huge and beautiful

    Shop for this logo if you want to know your flowers are domestically grown! look-shop-california-want

    Old garden roses and blue-green succulents in a glass jar! prinzing-slow-debra-flora

    Allium & Peonies, with a petticoat of lady's mantle foliage! prinzing-slow-debra-flora

    Anemones....sublime! prinzing-slow-debra-flora