The Austins (yes, the David Austin Rose Austins) share tips for making the most of your blooms.
New Orleans floral designer Margaret Ludwig of Giverny Design creates a monochromatic arrangement in the French style using variations of green that speak to winter’s darker shades and spring’s new growth
Christmas flowers including paperwhites, amaryllis, and poinsettias amidst elegant interiors to celebrate the holiday season.
Top floral designers and students from all over the world gathered at Hope Flower Farm in Waterford, Virginia to share their talent and creativity at the 1st annual Flowerstock
Brooklyn floral designer Amy Merrick makes a wintry wreath using some of nature’s little surprises
Emily Kennedy demonstrates how to create a holiday arrangement using foraged ingredients from your own yard and a touch of fresh fruit
As the weather begins to change, we find ourselves wanting to throw open the windows, spruce up the home, …
Plant: Exploring the Botanical World (Phaidon 2016, $60) Every once in a while, a book comes along that stops us …
This Washington D.C., chef and floral designer whips up tantalizing fall arrangements that complement crisp and classic interiors by José Solís Betancourt and Paul Sherrill
Whether in her Brooklyn studio or on her farm in upstate New York, Sarah Ryhanen of Saipua cultivates a floral style that celebrates the exquisite and ephemeral bounty of nature
Floral designer Sybil Sylvester crafts an abundant arrangement that is easy on the eyes and beckons to be touched
Floral designer Teresa Sena crafts a centerpiece that celebrates the tropical flora of her beloved Hawaiian island