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
Designer Mimi Brown shares an easy-to-assemble tulip arrangement to dress up your home in an excerpt from Living Floral by Margot Shaw
“Spring is the inspiration for this arrangement, which features flowers that are true to the season and not necessarily available …
Celebrate the spring garden by re-creating this arrangement by Martha Whitney Butler of The French Potager
The Atlanta-based floral designer uses bold colors to create arrangements that are easy to make but still big on style
Floral and event designer Leneille Moon of Special Event Factory in Atlanta shares how to create one of her favorite looks—an ombré design using tropical flowers, which she pairs with a glamorous table setting
With a nod to a beloved green-and-white china pattern, Kakhi Huffaker Wakefield of K Wakefield Designs in Chattanooga shows us how to create a grand floral statement to welcome the Yuletide season
Taylor Patterson of Fox Fodder Farm shares step-by-step instructions for creating an Ikebana-style arrangement that celebrates autumn’s colors
Flower magazine’s Jessica Cohen shows how to make a Thanksgiving table centerpiece garland using magnolia branches and other greenery, assorted red chrysanthemums, and solidago.
An Ojai, California–based floral designer creates sculptural arrangements that incorporate unique native materials and her husband’s arresting handcrafted ceramics
In his new show Centerpiece, floral artist Maurice Harris of Bloom & Plume in Los Angeles puts his creativity and fun personality on full display. To capture some of his artistry in your own arrangements, revisit his “Keen on Green” floral tutorial from our July/August 2015 issue.
The Orlando-based floral designer and flower farmer creates lush arrangements with the surprise of fragrant herbs tucked throughout at East End Market, an artisan food hub where she grows flowers and herbs