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.
If you are new to working from home, we are right there with you. These ideas from artists’ home studios spark our creativity as we finesse our own workstations.
All mothers deserve a little extra pampering right now, and our editor’s keen eye has found something special for every one of them
Grow your own designer-inspired floral arrangement with this moonlight-kissed cutting garden collection curated by Sarah Blasi of Selva Floral for Plover
Flower magazine Founder and Editor-in-Chief Margot Shaw shares a message of hope in a special digital edition of her “Watering Can” column.
Floral designer Natalie Ransom of Pozie By Natalie shares her tips for foraging for flowers and greenery in every season.
Frances Schultz, Flower magazine’s West Coast contributing editor, discusses the “curious lightness of spirit borne of surrender.”
Take an enchanted tour of London’s floral abundance through the lens of acclaimed photographer Georgianna Lane in her latest book
Spring will be here soon, so it’s time to think about updating your home or your wardrobe. Our editors’ picks will bring a room to life, refresh your entertaining cache, or up your style quotient
Karen Cauthen Ellsworth of Virginia’s Historic Garden Week shares Southern favorites for springtime gardens, plus planting and floral-arranging tips from Garden Club of Virginia’s Horticulture Chairman, Wendy Walker