In this excerpt from her how-to book, Floret Farm’s Cut Flower Garden (Chronicle, 2017), Washington State flower farmer Erin Benzakein shares her thoughts about using locally grown blooms at the peak of season
At her château in the bucolic French countryside, the artist paints sumptuous, extravagant works inspired by floral arrangements plucked from the gardens just beyond her window
Dani Fischer of Magnolia’s Yarden in California shares her tips for making pretty and fun ice cubes using edible flowers
Exotic blooms inspire Flower magazine’s Jessica Cohen to create a vibrant tropical arrangement
Looking for the perfect cocktail for entertaining on a sultry summer evening? Top bartender Laura Newman has you covered with her “postmodern tiki” recipe for the Sea Witch
From the summer house of an heiress-turned-business maven to the private escapes of top designers, the editors of Flower magazine round up their favorite pools and pool houses.
Summer blueberries and your favorite gin or vodka—plus a few simple ingredients—make a refreshing drink for kicking back on the porch on a hot day.
You can see this colorful, fragrant perennial for miles in Sequim, Washington, where both a temperate climate and a cluster of small farmers have encouraged it to flourish
A Charleston hostess kicks off peony season with a fiesta in celebration of friendship and her favorite flower
Madcap Cottage founders Jason Oliver Nixon and John Loecke offer up practical party planning advice to make your next gathering a hit