This Atlanta-based botanical illustrator talks with flower about his travels with National Geographic and how they have influenced his work.
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of Todd Events, acclaimed floral and event designer Todd Fiscus takes us for a stroll down memory lane with his top 10 favorite floral moments of the decade
Flower magazine’s editor-in-chief dishes on her fall entertaining style
Frances Palmer, the woman behind the wheel of her eponymous pottery line, crafts more than just clay. Her dahlia garden is another creative example of her artistic hand at work
London artist Rebecca Louise Law’s artful still lifes and fanciful, vertigo-inducing installations transform thousands of blooms into cascading chandeliers and skies bursting with flowers
Floral designer Buffy Hargett Miller produces summer-ripened arrangements that look inspired by a trip to the farmers market
Colleen LaFleur, designer and owner of LaFleur Plantscapes + Fresh Flora in Tucson, talks with flower about her booming business, her eco-conscious approach to design, and life in the Arizona desert city she calls home.
This New York designer followed her father’s footsteps into the decorating world, and now she continues to forge her own path, designing rooms that balance a love of classicism with practicality, and where beauty and flowers are always part of the journey
The powerhouse behind her interiors brand Designers Guild, British designer Tricia Guild looks to nature for her collections of fabrics and wallcoverings bursting with color and intrigue
Flower Wild’s Kate Holt arranges bursting summer blooms and garden-green vines to echo the dialogue they have in nature
James Farmer shares some recipes from his book Dinner on the Grounds: Southern Suppers and Soirées (Gibbs Smith, 2014)
Cornelia Guest shares some of her favorite summer dishes from her book Cornelia Guest’s Simple Pleasures (Weinstein Books, 2012)