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
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.
We’ve gathered our most loved dahlia arrangements from the pages of Flower magazine to inspire your centerpieces, bouquets, and wreaths.
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
Exotic blooms inspire Flower magazine’s Jessica Cohen to create a vibrant tropical arrangement
In an excerpt from her new book Gathering: Setting the Natural Table, California floral designer Kristen Caissie shows us how to create a lasting centerpiece using potted plants.
Flower magazine’s Jessica Cohen demonstrates a floral design for a compote vase featuring a gold-touched palette that bridges summer and autumn.
Floral designer Buffy Hargett Miller shares summer-ripened arrangements inspired by a trip to the farmers market
Flower chats with Cameron Hardesty, founder of the tech-optimized wedding florals startup Poppy, about the latest trends from the rise of the quarantine-era micro wedding to sustainable choices (hello, pampas grass) and budget-saving tips
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