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.
From a luxury skin cream to items for the home and wardrobe, celebrate the venerated summertime bloom with our editors’ favorites. PLUS, ENTER FOR A CHANCE TO WIN Sapelo Skin Care’s 3-Step Skin Recovery System.
At Sparta Gardens, a 10-acre “urban farm in a country town,” Suzy and Robert Currey are doing more than growing delicious organic produce
While we’re all nesting into our new normals and spending more time at home, it’s the season to get outside and watch the unfurling of spring into summer.
Designer and author Charlotte Moss shares her lifelong love affair with wildflowers here and in her book, Garden Inspirations
In an excerpt from Color Me Floral, Kiana Underwood of Tulipina Design shares her inspiration and step-by-step instructions for a gorgeous, old-world style, green and pink arrangement.
Fine jewelry designer Anabela Chan reimages the everyday, pairing recycled aluminum with 18-karat gold vermeil and simulated gemstones
3-D Chinese paintings by Anita Wong, metal flower sculptures, a woodland tabletop collection, transparent handbags by Olivia Cheng, and new books to inspire you
From entertaining ideas and floral instruction to dreamy summer homes and a fresh exploration of the meaning of flowers, these new books offer inspiration in spades.
We asked some of our favorite designers, tastemakers, and friends of Flower to share their tips on how to make life at home better while sheltering in place, from decorating and outdoor living ideas to what they’re cooking, reading, and watching.
The Annie Selke Flower Challenge encourages everyone to discover the joy of flower arranging this April, and Urban Stems invites you to nominate a hero in your life to win a free bouquet.
Children will bloom at home with fun printable activities illustrated by artists, backyard garden experiments, a floral design curriculum, and beginner embroidery lessons. Share with friends and family to occupy the kids.