Floral designer Natalie Ransom of Pozie By Natalie shares her tips for foraging for flowers and greenery in every season.
The former floral designer pours her love of flowers into the art she now creates. For Flower, she shows us both of her gifts by making arrangements inspired by her own art in her Dallas home
“Spring is the inspiration for this arrangement, which features flowers that are true to the season and not necessarily available …
See highlights from Flower magazine’s visit to the famous Chelsea Flower Show, hosted by the Royal Horticulture Society on the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea since 1913
The duo behind one of New York City’s top floral design firms offers live-streamed classes, video tutorials, and a virtual floral design tool on Putnam Flower Channel
The Miami-based designer creates playful yet elegant arrangements in a feminine palette inspired by Japanese ikebana
At work on her new book, Bouquets, Laura Dowling returns to the City of Light to revisit the place where she first fell in love with flowers. Meet five Parisian florists who inspired her style
Michal Evans, one of Atlanta’s premier floral and event designers, accentuates the luxe decor of interior designer Suzanne Kasler’s home with painterly arrangements
Make your winter interiors bloom with orchid arrangements. Browse through the most popular orchid arrangements from the pages of Flower to inspire your creations
You don’t need a flower shop full of blooms to create an elegant floral design. We’ve gathered a collection of simple flower arrangements (none of them uses more than three ingredients) to reassure and inspire budding designers
In 1957, Funny Face‘s Maggie Prescott commanded us to “think pink!” long before the phrase became a hashtag. DeJuan Stroud’s punchy floral design inspires us to rewatch the classic movie scene.
With locations in New York and Los Angeles, FlowerSchool is one of the world’s most prestigious centers for floristry and floral design education. Take a look inside one of its exclusive Master Class programs with Ingrid Carozzi of Tin Can Studios