Debra Prinzing, an author of ten books and an advocate for American-grown flowers, presented recent trends in flower arranging and how young floral entrepreneurs are successfully marketing their locally grown flowers and complementary products and services.  The club enjoyed slide after slide of beautiful flower arrangements.

Debra introduced a recyclable product called the “egg” and the “pillow” invented by floral designer Holly Heider Chapple and distributed by Syndicate Sales ( click here to go to their Website).  Debra demonstrated how easy it was to create a floral arrangement using this product, instead of chicken wire or foam, as shown in the picture above.

  • slowflowers.com, a directory of farmers, florists, designers and retailers that support local and seasonal flowers
  • Slow Flowers Podcast, recorded each week on Wednesday, interviewing participants in the slow flower community (debraprinzing.com)
  • Slow Flowers Summit, to be held Monday, July 1, 2019 in Minneapolis-St. Paul.

 

 

If you would like to learn more about the slow flower movement, you can check out the following resources:

  • slowflowers.com, a directory of farmers, florists, designers and retailers that support local and seasonal flowers
  • Slow Flowers Podcast, recorded each week on Wednesday, interviewing participants in the slow flower community (debraprinzing.com)
  • Slow Flowers Summit, to be held Monday, July 1, 2019 in Minneapolis-St. Paul.

 

 

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If you would like to learn more about the slow flower movement, you can check out the following resources:

  • slowflowers.com, a directory of farmers, florists, designers and retailers that support local and seasonal flowers
  • Slow Flowers Podcast, recorded each week on Wednesday, interviewing participants in the slow flower community (debraprinzing.com)
  • Slow Flowers Summit, to be held Monday, July 1, 2019 in Minneapolis-St. Paul.

 

 

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