At 3 Porch Farm in North Georgia, Mandy and Steve O’Shea work to be a force for good, one blossom at a time
Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm on Debra Prinzing’s Slow Flowers Podcast perked our ears this week. Plus, discover more flower-focused podcasts to add to your playlist.
You can see this colorful, fragrant perennial for miles in Sequim, Washington, where both a temperate climate and a cluster of small farmers have encouraged it to flourish
The family behind David Austin Roses combines a calling for saving old English garden roses with a quest for developing the perfect flower
Mother-daughter team Deborah and Alexandra Stone create luxurious, rejuvenating skin care products harnessing the power of the plants grown on their Alabama farm
In this excerpt from her how-to book, Floret Farm’s Cut Flower Garden (Chronicle, 2017), Washington State flower farmer Erin Benzakein shares her thoughts about using locally grown blooms at the peak of season
Every weekend, floral designer Zezé leaves Manhattan and heads to the flower fields of his own country property in upstate New York
Cedar Farm Wholesale in upstate New York, owned and operated by two sisters and fellow trailblazers who simply grow what they love, offers out-of-the-box inventory